Trump Doesn't Set Age For Guns, Defers On Arming TeachersPresident Donald Trump's plan to prevent school shootings doesn't increase the minimum age for purchasing assault weapons to 21 and leaves the question of arming teachers to states and local communities.
'Trump Slump' In Gun Sales Continues Despite Control DebateGun store owners called it the "Trump slump." Sales of firearms slowed dramatically after the election of Donald Trump as president in 2016 allayed fears of a Democratic crackdown on gun owners.
Shootings Aren't Big Factor In Texas PrimaryThe first primary of 2018 could offer a test of the re-energized gun-control movement, but the issue has not dominated races in gun-loving Texas, which recently endured a massacre that was deadlier than the Florida high school shooting.
Delta Subjected To Retribution In Georgia For Crossing NRAAs companies across America take a stand on guns after the Florida school massacre, Delta Air Lines withstood swift political retribution in its home state of Georgia for cutting ties with the National Rifle Association.
Shootings Aren't Big Factor In Nation's First 2018 PrimaryThe first primary of 2018 could offer a test of the re-energized gun-control movement, but the issue has not dominated races in Texas.
Some Teachers Armed In Argyle ISD Since Sandy Hook MassacreIn the wake of the Florida school shooting, nationwide debate about gun reform has ramped up, and the topic of arming teachers inside schools is taking center stage.
Walmart Will No Longer Sell Firearms, Ammunition To People Under 21"In light of recent events, we’ve taken an opportunity to review our policy on firearm sales," Walmart said in a statement.
Trump On Guns, School Safety: 'We Can't Wait And Play Games And Nothing Gets Done'President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Congress should act quickly on gun laws as he convened lawmakers at the White House and pushed for tougher background checks, better school safety and more mental health resources to prevent shootings.
Rights Groups Object To Texas Superintendent's Threat To Punish Protesting StudentsCivil rights groups have warned a Texas school district superintendent that his threat to punish students who protest current gun laws may violate their constitutional free speech rights.
FedEx Bucks Corporate Trend, Sticks With NRAAnother company, FedEx, has become embroiled in an intensifying discussion about guns in the United States after the school massacre in Parkland, Florida.
Trump Says He's Willing To Buck NRA; Congress Not So Sure"You guys, half of you are so afraid of the NRA," the president said Monday at a meeting with the nation's governors. "There's nothing to be afraid of. And you know what? If they're not with you, we have to fight them every once in a while. That's OK."
About 100 Shepton High Students Walk Out In Support Of Gun Legislation The demonstration began at 12:20 p.m., shortly before the school’s block lunch, and ended by 1:10 p.m.