A bipartisan bill that would provide a framework to restrict and regulate “bump stocks” was filed Tuesday — a day before the one month anniversary of the Las Vegas Strip shooting massacre.
After the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting that left 58 dead and hundreds wounded, Washington partisans launched a determined effort to find someone else to blame.
Attorney General Adam Laxalt announces payment from funds received from the settlement of a deceptive trade case.
Tales of heroism and bravery during the chaos of the Las Vegas Strip shooting were told in startling detail on the Senate floor Wednesday as Nevada lawmakers paid tribute to victims of the nation’s deadliest gun violence attack.
A resolution memorializing victims of the Las Vegas shooting and the bravery of first responders at the Route 91 Harvest festival passed unanimously in the Senate Tuesday.
Twelve days after the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip, former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said it would be “untoward” of him to talk about gun control, but he hinted that he might have something to say on the subject soon.
Many of those injured in the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip were from outside Nevada and now face recuperation in local hospitals with local doctors.
A flurry of gun control legislation has been filed in Congress following the Las Vegas Strip shooting, but prospects for legislative action have dimmed as GOP leaders look to the Trump administration for an administrative remedy.
President Donald Trump announced the grant Wednesday in what would for anyone else be an unusual manner — via Twitter.
A bipartisan bill to ban the sale and manufacture of bump stocks — devices that allow semi-automatic rifles to fire at an accelerated rate — was filed Tuesday in the House.