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Republicans say they don’t want to “stigmatize” people with disabilities.
It's latest initiative misses the target.
The Australian Medical Association wants tightened national gun lawns.
And dances around leadership questions, again.
Not so long ago, Democrats were afraid to push guns as a campaign issue.
Shock. Sadness. Grief for the families and victims. These are my first reactions to reports of yet another mass shooting in the US. My second reaction is to scan the reports for a particular sentence. And I always find it.
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Australia's former Prime Minister John Howard has told a U.S. audience it is "incontestable" that gun-related homicides fell significantly after his government introduced strict laws in wake of the Po...
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Children of all ages in Iowa would be able to lay down their toy guns and pick up the real thing under a bill that passed the state House of Representatives. The measure approved Tuesday by 62-36 vote...
Here's the shocking claim: Since President John F. Kennedy was shot down in late 1963, more Americans have been killed by gunfire in this country than died in all U.S. wars. The Virginia Center for Pu...
It's "worth considering" whether the United States should emulate Australia by instituting a national gun buyback program, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Friday at a town hall...
Until politicians in the US are prepared to risk their own political scalp, stand up to the powerful gun lobby and even anger their own voting base to limit the general public's access to certain types of weapons, America will continue to drown in gun blood.