A gathering storm awaits the president when he arrives in Roseburg, Oregon, on Friday to promote his anti-gun agenda.
As U.S. politicians call for more gun control laws after a massacre in Oregon, the country of Australia has suffered a terror attack by a teen, despite that country's strict gun control laws.
The Oregon shooter exhibited familiar symptoms before going on his rampage last week, symptoms that tend to show he was immature, lonely, and desperate for revenge.
Chris Hayes at MSNBC just rolled, letting Josh Fox promote his latest attack on fracking as if it were truly credible.
Gun controls don't curb criminal behavior, even the latest one enacted by Oregon just weeks before the community college shooting in Roseburg.
Anti-gunners were only too happy to turn Thursday's shooting into a platform to promote their anti-gun agenda, despite the fact that the school where the tragedy occurred has a policy of no guns on campus.
One could say that ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft are restoring normalcy to an abnormal market.
Investors in the stock of Glencore, the giant commodities mining and trading company, lost almost a third of their portfolios’ value on Monday.
Large sums of money from brick-and-mortar gambling establishments are generating impetus for an anti-online gambling bill, which could set precedent for banning the sale of guns and ammunition online.