The National Rifle Association on Thursday declined to endorse Republican Glenn Youngkin in the Virginia governor’s race, even as it endorsed the two other candidates on the party’s statewide ticket.
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Del. Sam Rasoul, D-Roanoke, has introduced a bill that would establish a fund to support gun violence prevention programs, and the funding would come from a 15% sales tax on firearm and ammunition sales.
RICHMOND — As thousands of gun rights advocates and other armed groups prepare to rally at the Capitol next week, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday he’s declaring a temporary state of emergency to ban all weapons from Capitol Square.
Democrat Joshua Cole defeated Republican Paul Milde in the 28th District House race Tuesday, helping his party gain control of Virginia’s stat…
Pockets of resistance to the events are cropping up across the country as mass shootings become more frequent and more deadly.
Chris Giles and T.C. Collins, who are running for sheriff in King George County, both have “remarkable experience in law enforcement,” accordi…
LISTEN up, Fredericksburg area gun owners, especially if you’re a Republican. Each of us has powerful leverage to affect legislation in Virgin…
Lawmakers are returning to Richmond on Tuesday for a special session called by Gov. Ralph Northam to take up gun-related measures in the wake of a shooting in Virginia Beach a month ago.
The National Rifle Association held a town hall in Ashland on Monday evening to discuss gun issues before the July 9 special session of the General Assembly, but closed the meeting to the media and a Democratic candidate for the House of Delegates.
Retired Lt. Col. Oliver North announced Saturday that he won't serve a second term as president of the National Rifle Association after his failed attempt to force out NRA chief executive Wayne LaPierre, who has been the public face of the group for decades.
Unable to achieve major federal gun legislation in the wake of the nation's notorious mass shootings, U.S. gun-control groups are shifting their focus to state laws that keep guns out of the hands of those at risk of being violent or suicidal.
A military veteran announced this past weekend that he will challenge state Sen. Bryce Reeves for the Republican nomination for the 17th Distr…
Republican Congressman Rob Wittman has enjoyed some relatively low-stress campaigns over the decade that he has represented Virginia’s 1st Dis…
One of the oldest axioms in the messy business of governing is that politics makes strange bedfellows. One of the oddest alliances to form of late is between the right-leaning National Rifle Association and the left-leaning American Civil Liberties Union. The civil liberties group is defending the gun-rights group against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s attempts to use the power of the state to put the NRA out of business.
Republican President Donald Trump would be impeached if the Democratic primary candidates in the Fredericksburg region’s 1st Congressional Dis…
Fabian Rodriguez is among the sprawling population of American gun enthusiasts who own or aspire to own an AR-15, the semiautomatic weapon that the National Rifle Association has designated "America's rifle."
America’s courts have a big ques- tion to answer.
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A bitter partisan fight broke out on the floor of the Virginia House of Delegates Friday after a Republican lawmaker suggested "the abortion industry" may be a factor in the rise of mass shootings and accused Democrats of being the historical party of slavery.
Walmart said Wednesday it will no longer sell firearms and ammunition to people younger than 21, following a similar announcement by Dick's Sporting Goods that it will immediately stop selling assault-style rifles and ban the sale of all guns to anyone under 21.
Loesch, 39, was one of several panelists who participated in a heated CNN town hall debate with survivors of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
I STAND by the statement that I have made too many times in too many columns during the past five years.