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National Rifle Association
Latest National Rifle Association Items
Gun-rights advocates were offering six hours of training Thursday in handling concealed weapons for 200 Utah teachers in the latest effort to arm teachers to confront school assailants.
Rep. Edward J. Markey on Thursday became the first prominent Democrat to officially declare he will run for the seat of John F. Kerry in the widely expected event the senator is confirmed as President Obama's next secretary of state.
To those who professed outrage, genuine or hyped, at the National Rifle Association's recent statement on the Newtown, Conn., school shootings, I ask you to consider this: The AR-15 rifle that was used in the shootings and that has gained so much notoriety has been in civilian hands since the late 1950s ("Gun grabbers won't heed NRA's sensible advice," Politics, Wednesday).
Gun grabbers have been exploiting the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., to pursue their long-standing agenda of disarming America.
An attorney for Hobby Lobby Stores said Thursday that the arts-and-crafts chain plans to defy a federal mandate requiring it to offer employees health coverage that includes access to the morning-after pill, despite risking potential fines of up to $1.3 million per day.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne proposed a plan Wednesday to allow one educator in each school to carry a gun after receiving free firearms training from law enforcement.
District of Columbia police say they are investigating an incident in which NBC News reporter David Gregory displayed what he described as a high-capacity ammunition magazine on "Meet the Press."
D.C. police said Wednesday they are investigating an incident in which the host of an NBC talk show displayed a high capacity magazine during a segment discussing gun control.
NBC talk show "Meet the Press" apparently received conflicting information from law enforcement about whether it is legal to possess a high-capacity gun magazine, leading to a highly publicized televised incident now under investigation by D.C. police.