National Rifle Association News
Trump family's hunting history reexamined in light of new elephant trophy policy
Donald Trump Jr . caused an uproar among some when pictures surfaced of him holding the tail of a dead elephant after a big-game hunt in Africa years ago. Now, new policy changes proposed by his father’s administration may allow Americans to bring the carcasses of elephants and lions killed in
Does hunting elephants help conserve the species?
The Trump administration had planned to start accepting permits Friday for hunters to bring trophies from elephants hunted in Zimbabwe and Zambia into the United States, saying that new information shows that the practice of trophy hunting actually helps the survival of the endangered species in
GOP, Democratic senators back bill to bolster FBI gun checks
A bipartisan group of senators has introduced legislation designed to ensure federal and state governments accurately report relevant criminal history records to the FBI's database of prohibited gun buyers
Trump reverses ban on importing elephants killed as trophies
Trump administration to allow the importation of body parts of African elephants shot for sport, reversing an Obama-era ban.
Is gun-maker liable for Newtown? Court takes up the case
A lawyer for relatives of some Newtown school massacre victims has asked the Connecticut Supreme Court to reinstate a wrongful death lawsuit against gun maker Remington Arms
Walker eliminates Wisconsin's minimum hunting age
Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that eliminates a minimum age requirement to hunt in Wisconsin
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill voice support for gun control: 'We all want a safe country'
Two weeks after the tragedy in Las Vegas, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are voicing their support for gun control. A lone shooter opened fire at a music festival last month in Las Vegas, killing 58 people and wounding nearly 500 others. "Look, I’m a bird hunter -- I love to wing shoot. However, there
How a temporary restraining order for guns could help stop mass shootings
One relatively unknown tool for stopping gun violence may soon get a lot more attention. An Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) empowers family members and police to take guns away from a person who may pose a danger to themselves or others. The person's access to firearms is blocked until they
Issues, Trump drove voters to Democrats in elections. Will those voters bounce back?
Around the country last night, President Trump motivated folks to the polls . They came out in droves to vote against him. A surge in liberals and minority voters changed the makeup of the electorate compared to a year ago, and white women, especially those with a college degree, swung away from
Michigan Senate OKs concealed guns in schools, bars
People could legally carry concealed guns inside schools, churches and other pistol-free zones under hotly contested legislation advancing in Michigan