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Sarah Palin, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent visit President Trump in the Oval Office
" Kid Rock , Sarah Palin and Ted Nugent walk into the Oval Office The setup for a comedy sketch became a political reality Wednesday, as the three conservative firebrands visited the White House for a private meeting with President Trump . The visit was not listed on the White House public
Alabama Senate votes to allow concealed carry without permit
The Alabama Senate has voted to allow people to carry a concealed handgun without a getting a permit
Trump to travel to Wisconsin Tuesday
President Donald Trump will travel to Kenosha, Wisconsin, Tuesday to speak at a local factory
Iowa to become latest state to allow guns in its Capitol
Iowa is set to become the latest state to allow gun owners to keep firearms at their side while visiting the state Capitol
Man accused in fatal 2014 moviegoer shooting: 'It was his life or mine'
In court testimony today, Curtis Reeves described the altercation in January 2014 that ended with him fatally shooting another moviegoer over texting, calling it at one point a "life-or-death struggle." Reeves, 74, a former police captain and former amusement park security director, is accused of
Hearing of retired cop who shot moviegoer puts Florida’s Stand Your Ground law back in the spotlight
Vivian Reeves was emotional as she testified Wednesday before a judge at her husband's hearing in Florida, attesting that her husband, Curtis Reeves, a retired Tampa police captain, had his head in his hands after he shot a fellow moviegoer over a disagreement about a cellphone in January 2014.
Arms and Airports: Ft. Lauderdale Renews Concerns Over Guns in the Terminal
Not only is it legal in America to transport unloaded, cased and locked firearms as checked luggage on airlines, but to the dismay of airport security officers it is also legal to carry a loaded weapon into 11 of the top 20 major airports including Los Angeles, Atlanta, Phoenix and Las Vegas --
4 Years After Sandy Hook, Obama Leaves a Legacy of Little Progress on Gun Laws
During his eight years in the White House, President Barack Obama has addressed a nation confronted with the latest mass shooting no fewer than 14 times – a somber task he has had to endure more than any of his predecessors. On each occasion, from the shooting in Tucson, Arizona, when Rep. Gabby
Florida Homicide Rate Increased After Passage of 'Stand Your Ground' Law, Study Finds
The rate of homicides, especially homicides by firearms, sharply increased in Florida in the years after the "stand your ground" law was passed, according to a new study published today by the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine. Passed in 2005, the so-called "stand your
Clinton Surrogates Rally Volunteers in Utah
ABC News' Charli James visits the campaign headquarters to talk with surrogates and volunteers the day before election day.