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Parishioners at the Texas church shooting took out the gunman in just 6 seconds after a new law let them bring their guns inside
Senate Bill 535 took effect in September and allows licensed handgun owners to carry their weapons into places of worship.
The CEO of Dick’s on how meeting with the families of Parkland victims rocked his view on the gun control debate
Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack said that Parkland families want reasonable and "common-sense gun reform."
29 stores including Walmart and Nike were graded on their gun-safety policies — and more than half of them failed
Walmart, Kroger, and Old Navy were the only companies to receive an A grade. Sixteen companies — including Home Depot, Nike, and Kohl's — failed.
If you want to reduce deaths from terrorism, and reduce the effectiveness of terrorists, then really strict gun control is a good way to do it.
A GOP senator blocked a bill for universal background checks as the Santa Clarita high-school shooting was unfolding
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith objected on behalf of Republicans, blocking consideration of a gun-control bill as news of the shooting in California broke.
Jersey Mike’s apologizes for joking tweets about a customer bringing guns into a sandwich shop as people threaten to boycott the chain
Jersey Mike's is facing boycott threats after posting joking tweets in response to a conversation about gun violence.
The CEO of Dick’s, which banned AR-15 style rifles last year, says he wishes Sen. Mitch McConnell would have the ‘guts’ to address g...
Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack said that he's not sure whether or not US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will bring HR8 to the floor.
In a recent video, O'Rourke's said he sees his campaign heading in a "wonderful trajectory," but Insider polling tells a different, more dire story.
Dick’s Sporting Goods destroyed $5 million worth of assault weapons — and its CEO tells us the gun industry’s blowback has been R...
Dick's CEO Ed Stack has been vocal on gun control. He told us why pulling back from gun sales has ultimately benefited his company.
‘Joker’ makes an explicit connection between mental illness and violence. Here’s why that’s dangerous and wrong.
The film blames the villain's cruelty on his mental illness — suggesting that people with mental illnesses are inherently violent.