National Rifle Association News
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 --
Researchers: Trump Win Alters Conversation on Gun Violence
Public health researchers and gun safety advocates are conceding Republican Donald Trump's election as president has changed the national conversation on firearms
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.
Missouri Election Results
Voters in the state of Missouri are heading to the polls on Election Day 2016. There are 10 electoral votes at stake in Missouri in the presidential race. Missourians had a nearly perfect record of predicting the general election winner from 1904 to 2004, getting it wrong just once -- in 1956 --
Record Number of Gun Background Checks Ahead of Election
Government data shows the number of people looking for gun permits is surging before Election Day -- the 18th straight month of record numbers, according to the system for tracking background checks on gun sales. A total of 2.3 million background checks for gun-related purchases were processed in
2000 - 8 Days: Gore Defends Himself Against NRA 'Smears'
ABCNews' "The Final Sprint" features Terry Moran reporting for "World News Tonight" from Oct. 30, 2000 as Al Gore defends himself against NRA Second Amendment accusations with 8 days till Election Day.
Hillary Clinton Slammed for Her Characterization of Supreme Court Gun Ruling
Hillary Clinton 's characterization of a landmark gun decision has Second Amendment advocates crying foul. The topic arose at Wednesday night’s presidential debate during a discussion about issues the Supreme Court could tackle during the next administration, including the Second Amendment, which