Trump condemns racism, white supremacy after US mass shootings
US President Donald Trump on Monday told a nation mourning the death of 31 people in two-weekend mass shootings that he rejected racism and white supremacist ideology, moving to blunt criticism that his anti-immigrant rhetoric fuels violence.
Mexico president urges US to take action on gun control
Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador called Monday for the United States to "control the indiscriminate sale of weapons" after a shooting in Texas left eight Mexicans dead.
Watch: Madonna is Fighting Gun Violence With "God Control"
Queen of pop music, Madonna has released the video for "God Control", one of the tracks on her recently released album, "Madame X". The graphic video is leaning towards the controversial side as it features graphic scenes of gun violence and people being gunned down at a nightclub. It begins and ends with Madonna typing…
FG’s gun control policy unacceptable — Igbo Congress
The Public Relations Officer of World Igbo Congress, Basil Onwukwe, has blamed the Federal Government for the plight of citizens...
Students spearhead largest-ever US protest for gun control
Florida high school student Aalayah Eastmond will join a massive crowd of Americans -- expected to number in the hundreds of thousands -- taking part in nationwide protests for gun control on Saturday.
'Gun free' schools are magnets for 'bad people', says Trump
A "gun free" school is nothing but a "magnet" for criminals, President Donald Trump said Thursday, a day after proposing to train and arm some teachers to keep US schools safe.
Trump backs improved background checks on gun buys, says White House
US President Donald Trump signaled support Monday for a bipartisan effort to improve a national system of background checks for gun purchases in the wake of the Florida school shooting.
As gun debate rages, Trump changes the subject
President Donald Trump acted as consoler-in-chief Thursday to a nation despondent over the latest mass shooting of school kids, with an address that aimed to assuage -- and steer debate away from the fraught question of gun control.
Republicans freeze as Democrats demand action on gun violence
"It's too early" since the massacre to address gun control, one Senate Republican warned. "I really don't know" what would work, admitted another. "It's hard to prevent anything," shrugged a third.