Donald Trump returned to the stage at this year’s Conservative Political Action conference to give a nearly 90-minute rant that made painfully clear to everyone that the horrors of the 2016 presidential election will never, ever end.
NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch—last seen getting destroyed by teens on national television—was back on CNN on Friday morning, where she promptly cut out the middleman and destroyed herself.
Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was indicted and arrested on Thursday afternoon late Thursday afternoon on one count of “felony invasion of privacy.” His arrest is in connection with a lengthy police investigation into allegations he’d taken incriminating photographs of a bound, blindfolded sexual partner, and…
School was canceled across West Virginia on Thursday as teachers staged a statewide walkout to demand better pay and treatment.
Wayne LaPierre, the National Rifle Association’s executive vice president, addressed a packed ballroom at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday morning, where he staked out a terrifying new position for his pro-gun rights group: The NRA, LaPierre insisted, is essentially a police force.
On Thursday morning, Donald Trump claimed, falsely, that he’d never said he wanted to “give teachers guns” as a deterrent against future mass shooters. He then launched into a tweetstorm insisting that the only way to deter future mass shooters is to give teachers guns.
Donald Trump held a so-called “listening session” on Wednesday with survivors of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, along with their families and other people affected by gun violence. Much of the conversation centered around “school safety,” but one Stoneman survivor, Samuel Zeif,…
While the adults in America’s halls of power remain unable or unwilling to do much about gun violence in the United States, teenagers in cities across the country spent Wednesday walking out of class and taking to the streets to protest in the wake of the Parkland, FL, school shooting that left 17 people dead.
Colorado Republican congressman Mike Coffman faced an angry crowd of constituents who repeatedly challenged him over his position on gun control during a heated town hall meeting on Tuesday night in his Denver-area district.
It took two mass shootings and the killing of 75 people for Donald Trump to even take the absolute minimum level of action on gun control, but that’s where we are.
As the debate around gun control rages in the days following the mass shooting at Stoneman High School in Parkland, FL, former Speaker of the House turned permanent cable gasbag Newt Gingrich thinks what America really needs is more guns in schools, not less.
Every year, the American Conservative Union plunges its hands into the grimy depths of the reanimated political right wing and pulls out a who’s who of fear mongering ultra-nationalist ghouls to address the Fox News-addled crowds at the group’s annual hootenanny known as CPAC, the Conservative Political Action…
Two days after gunman Nikolas Cruz shot and killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students at nearby South Broward High School marched out of class to demand an end to gun violence.
Following the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, on Wednesday, Fox News host Greg Gutfeld revealed a foolproof plan to safeguard America’s children. No, it’s not gun control! It’s making children learn “hand-to-hand combat.”
With just weeks to go before the Trump administration’s self-imposed deadline to end the DACA program comes and goes, a suite of bipartisan measures aimed at addressing the United States’ immigration system were roundly rejected by the Senate on Thursday.
On Wednesday, 17 people—the vast majority of them children—were shot and killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL. The suspected gunman, Nikolas Cruz, was apprehended by police late Wednesday, leaving America to grapple with yet another horrific act of gun violence.
If you’re having a bad day, take solace in the fact that at least you haven’t been publicly humiliated like Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Jordan, whose attempts to pass off a series of very dumb, already-debunked, paranoid FBI conspiracy theories as fact fell apart in real time on CNN this morning.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin has become the latest Trump cabinet official to be accused of using their publicly funded office for personal gain, following a scorching new report from the VA’s Inspector General.