As a senator, Sessions voted to block gun restrictions after school shootings and helped protect the gun industry from financial liability for shootings.
The NRA filed the lawsuit just hours after the new laws were signed by Florida Gov. Rick Scott.
Delta Airlines said Friday that it is "not taking sides" but trying to "remove Delta from this debate." The bill removes a sales tax exemption on jet fuel, worth about $40 million to the airline.
First National Bank of Omaha, Enterprise, and MetLife are just some of the companies that have decided to cut ties with the NRA.
"They geared up for a Hillary regime and they made a lot of guns, and now, they're sitting on more guns than they can sell," a California gun shop manager said.
The event came two days after Obama delivered an emotional speech outlining his executive actions on gun control.
The state's election enforcement commission is moving forward with an investigation into alleged illegal campaign contributions in state elections.
Shaneen Allen, a black single mother from Philadelphia, got a raw deal from police and prosecutors. But her biggest champions came not from the political left, but the right.
I grew up and raised my family in Newtown, Connecticut — and own guns. After 26 of my neighbors were massacred, I signed up to see how the organization that controls our gun debates works.
The National Rifle Association is walking back comments it made referring to a pro-gun group as "scary" and "downright weird."
Advocates on both sides of the gun debate see the outgoing Montana Democrat's vote still in play. "Now that you're retiring, please put Montana first."
On the heels of the Senate's failed push for gun control, the popular New Jersey governor introduces his own legislation. But Democrats aren't satisfied, and Republicans see a 2016 death wish.
After weeks of wooing the gun lobby, Manchin fumbles the unveiling of his background checks proposal and draws heat from the NRA.
A pointed rejection of the NRA in Colorado.
Meet the "UNRA."
The right kinda gun-based video game. Ages 12+!
Not guns. At a press conference Friday morning, the NRA's Wayne LaPierre offered up some other villains.
"We want concealed carry to fit around your lifestyle – not the other way around."