Leslie Ruffing says she was shopping at a Hobby Lobby in Illinois when she saw decorations that she believes "encourage and glorify gun violence."
Lucy Hale says that it's a "scary time," but that won't stop her from speaking out about what's important to her, including women's health.
Cherokee Guns is gaining attention online for its billboard calling Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar “idiots.”
“I will accept and learn from the criticism, but I will NOT accept being compared to the shooter who murdered my classmates," Kashuv tweeted.
The 19-year-old college student who survived the April 30th mass shooting called for common sense solutions to gun violence.
An elementary school teacher responded to a Parkland shooting survivor's tweet with a video of himself and his sons holding and shooting guns. The video has since been deleted.
The CNN anchor has been taking a lot of heat on Twitter after apparently criticizing a rape surivivor-turned-gun owner who’s become a spokesperson for the NRA.
The fact that everyday bulletproof gear is in high demand in America doesn't sit well with Shannon Watts, the founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.
The young boy, playing in the gun owner's vintage World War II jeep, found a loaded gun inside. The 8-year-old believed the weapon was a toy and fired it at his mother.
Rep. Lucy McBath, a gun control activist, had defeated Republican Rep. Karen Handel in November, making her the first elected Democrat in that district since the 1970s.
"If you and your ilk insist on allowing illegals to invade our country, you best believe I will exercise my First AND Second Amendment rights!" Lahren tweeted at Milano.
Susan Orfanos demanded gun control after her son was killed: "I hope to God nobody else sends me any more prayers."