There’s no place like home for Senators Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.), Max Baucus (D-Mont.), and Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) after they …
(WARREN, N.H.) — A woman whose mother was killed in last year’s school shooting in Newtown, Conn., confronted Sen. Kelly Ayotte Tuesday during the senator’s first public appearance in New Hampshire since voting against gun control legislation.
About 150 people attended the town hall meeting, where Ayotte defended her vote against a …
(WASHINGTON) — One of the architects of failed gun control legislation says he’s bringing it back.
Sen. Joe Manchin on Sunday said he would re-introduce a measure that would require criminal and mental health background checks for gun buyers at shows and online. The West Virginia Democrat says that if lawmakers read the bill, they …
Stoned faced and curt, the President used unusually pointed words to criticize the 45 Senators, including four Democrats, who successfully defeated the bill…
“Sooner or later, we are going to get this right. The memories of these children demand it. And so do the American people.”
The NRA prevails in its fight with Obama
A bipartisan deal to expand background checks is struggling to muster the 60 votes required to clear the Senate.
I’m worried about what happens if the Congress passes the tepid but worthy background checks measure being debated this week.
Democrats overcome a gun-control filibuster, but their boasts belie the tough road ahead.
To hear the National Rifle Association tell it, the biggest problem with the bipartisan agreement to expand criminal background checks is what it doesn’t propose to do.
The framework developed by Senators Joe Manchin and Pat Toomey would broaden gun background-check requirements to include gun shows and online sales.
Barring a dramatic turnaround, the Democrats now face a choice of either walking away from any expanded background check or accepting one without paper records of private sales.
With hearings and floor action awaiting Congress when it returns from Easter recess, gun-control groups are being put to the test