National Rifle Association
OPINION | Alliances out of political necessity nothing new to either party.
A majority of Americans support pragmatic gun control measures.
At the beginning of my six-week basic training ordeal at San Antonio’s Lackland Air Force Base in...
"The horrific massacre in Orlando last weekend is only the latest example," it said.
Trump will speak at the NRA's May leadership event.
Sen. Murphy said Obama's executive action on guns is "absolutely on firm legal ground."
For all its flag waving, you'd think the sight of Americans dying would alter the NRA's...
"Hillary Clinton is on record supporting gun bans," Bush writes in an op-ed.
Obama said he will continue to "politicize" the issue.
Speaking to the NRA, the 2016 contender touted his record on gun rights.
There are at least three good reasons to think it did not.
For its part, the NRA is confronting the challenge head-on.
Congress not up to task of protecting public safety
Lawmakers pushing new gun-control measures say the issue is not dead for the year.
Government function should not be dictated by political donations.
The NRA endorsed Trump last week.
Freedom Watch accuses Obama of circumventing Congress to “invent” new gun laws.
Nevada Democrat John Oceguera announced he is dissociating himself from the organization.
"Soon my polls will be higher than Cheech and Chong," he rapped.
Views about the NRA are split in terms of party ideology.
It's the capture-the-flag you never saw coming.
He will address the NRA just days before he is expected to launch his campaign.
He needs to change the context. He can do that by appointing a surgeon general.
Mike Bloomberg is trying to force political candidates to openly face the gun control issue.