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The Supreme Court is set to hear its first major Second Amendment case in nearly a decade on Monday.
Leaders of 145 companies wrote a letter to the Senate Thursday, urging the governmental body to take action on gun safety.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that he will bring lawmakers back to Washington from their August recess if Republicans and Democrats can “get close” on a gun reform proposal.
President Trump calls on Republicans and Democrats to “come together and get strong background checks” for gun purchases, following two mass shootings over the weekend.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says he’s “heartbroken” about the weekend mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, that killed 29 people in less than 24 hours.
REI and L.L. Bean are the latest retailers to come out with a stance in the ongoing gun debate, joining Kroger, Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods following the Florida high school massacre. Late Thursday, L.L. Bean tweeted that it will no longer sell guns or ammunition to anyone below age 21. The privately held company sells firearms only at its …
Americans interviewed by the FBI over terrorism concerns should be flagged when purchasing firearms, retired ATF agent Jim Cavanaugh tells CNBC.
“Mr. Obama is the best gun salesman on the planet,” the chairman of Navellier Associates told CNBC’s “Squawk Box”