National Rifle Association
After a Weekend of Deadly Shootings, Republicans Offer Renewed Support for Red Flag Laws
Seventeen states and Washington, D.C., already have such legislation, also known as extreme risk protection order laws, in place.
The NRA's Legal Counsel and Executives Have Been Billing the Non-Profit Millions of Dollars in Fees
Accountants have been attempting to investigate what they believe to be financial mismanagement since 2018, but attempts were thwarted according to a senior employee.
Viewfinder: Trump Supporters Take Selfies at the National Rifle Association's Annual Meeting
Skippy Thomas, a member of the National Rifle Association, takes a selfie with President Donald Trump in the background during the NRA's annual meeting at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, on April 26th, 2019.
The NRA's Losing Case Against Reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act
Extreme risk protection orders have worked at the state level.
Why Won't the Government Let Me Study Gun Violence?
In the two decades since the Dickey Amendment, national data collection on gun-related injuries and deaths has been underfunded at best and systematically undermined at worst.
NRA Scores Two Victories Against California Gun-Control Laws
Two pending gun control laws in California have been stalled following challenges from the National Rifle Association.
Should People on the Terrorist Watch List Face Closer Scrutiny Before Buying a Gun?
Pacific Standard's primer on the "terrorist gap."
America Will Never Embrace Gun Control Under Barack Obama
Why Obama's election also yielded a strange new obsession with gun rights.
Do Bulletproof Whiteboards Protect Children or Traumatize Them?
Hardwire Armor Systems outfitted Delaware’s Colonial School District this year with bulletproof whiteboards capable of absorbing ammunition from handguns, shotguns, or assault rifles. No psychiatric evaluations of the technology and the effect it could have on children were conducted.
Democrats Push to Restart Funding for Gun Violence Research
New legislation would increase CDC funding for gun violence research from zero dollars to $10 million. The NRA calls the push “unethical” and an “abuse of taxpayer funds.”
Should We Give the CDC Money to Study Gun Violence?
Republicans don't think so.
Mark Wahlberg Is the Missing Link in Bloomberg's Gun-Control Plan
Forget money and the mom-vote—it's a question of charisma.
Study Links White Racism With Opposition to Gun Control
Researchers report white Americans who hold implicitly anti-black attitudes are more likely to have a gun in the house, and to oppose gun-control measures.