How the NRA sells guns in America today
Industrialization, a new book argues, depended on gun-making. But from the start manufacturers refused any responsibility for gun violence.
The Parkland shooting has sparked another debate about guns—a debate mistakenly siloed from other issues that contribute to deadly violence.
The justices haven't taken a Second Amendment case in almost a decade, to the benefit of states—like Florida—that want to tighten gun laws.
Teenagers at the conservative conference seem willing to compromise on gun control, in defiance of the NRA and speakers like Senator Ted Cruz.
High school students became anti-gun activists overnight after last week's shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.
The GOP's hand-wringing over "deranged" individuals distracts from America's real pathology: guns.
The most apocalyptic problem facing the nation is its mass-shooting epidemic.
A new history argues that the Second Amendment was intended to perpetuate white settlers' violence toward Native Americans.
It’s a way to cast blame on the godless left, yes. But it also shows the extent to which guns have become a kind of civil religion.
Their rhetoric is a symptom not only of religious hypocrisy but also secularized corruption.
After the massacre in Las Vegas, CEO Wayne LaPierre said "bump stocks" should be regulated. Here's what the pro-gun group is really up to.
With Trump in the White House, the gun lobby has transformed into a right-wing media outlet.
The GOP is attempting to expose millions of Americans to the kind of financial ruin that he has avoided—for now.
Threats of a post-election uprising is a bunch of Trumpian bluster.
Loose gun laws put police officers at risk. So where's the outrage?
A photographer catalogs the makeshift memorials for the victims of New York City's gun violence.
The haphazard origins of American gun culture.