Time magazine unveiled its annual list of the 100 most influential people in world on Thursday, one day after the Senate torpedoed several measures to expand gun control. Given the Senate's cave to the National Rifle Association lobby it should come as no surprise that NRA Chief Executive Wayne LaPierre made the cut.
The National Rifle Association is out with a new web ad in a last-ditch pitch to put pressure on lawmakers into voting against a bill that would expand background checks for firearm sales, set to take place Wednesday.... read more
Amid the tales of horror that follow any tragedy like the one experienced Monday in Boston, come the stories of compassion and heroism--like this one, heard at the end of Tuesday afternoon’s police press conference.... read more
After weeks of playing hard to get, Republican Marco Rubio is now going steady with the Senate's "Gang of Eight" immigration plan, and is using his star power as a GOP darling to seal the deal. read more