The US firearm and ammunition industry generates annual revenue of $13.5 billion and is selling millions of guns annually in a country where more than 30,000 people die every year due to gun violence.
Who’re making money off US mass shootings?
US President Donald Trump has reiterated his proposal to arm school teachers as a great deterrent against mass shootings, describing "gun free" schools as a "magnet" for criminals.
'Gun free' schools are magnets for 'bad people': Trump
Democratic lawmakers in the US state of Kentucky have reclaimed a rural district in the state’s legislature that voted heavily for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential elections.
Dems win Kentucky GOP stronghold in state House of Representatives
Authorities in the US said they are turning their focus to Asia to strangle financial transactions with Iran after closing off money flows through European banks.
US turns focus to Asia over Iran trade after milking European banks
The United States and South Korea have reportedly planned to announce new joint military exercises after the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
US, South Korea resuming joint military exercises after Winter Olympics
US national security officials and members of Congress assure Europe's foreign policy elite that Washington remains committed to its European allies amid anxiety about President Donald Trump's approach to global affairs.
US officials advise EU foreign policy elite to ignore Trump’s tweets
US President Donald Trump says he supports efforts to improve the federal background check system for gun purchases, less than a week after a mass shooting at a Florida school left 17 people dead, according to the White House.
Trump supports improved gun background checks: White House
A student survivor of the Parkland school shooting called out US President Donald Trump on Saturday (Feb. 17) over his ties to the powerful National Rifle Association, in a poignant address to an anti-gun rally in Florida.
Student tells Trump at Florida anti-gun rally: 'Shame on you'
US National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster's recent remarks in Munich are a threat issued to other countries and against Iran's nuclear deal, said Tehran.
McMaster's remarks part of US Iranophobic policies: Iran
Germany does not want to abandon a joint comprehensive plan of action on the Iranian nuclear program, advises the United States not to do so, said Foreign Minister of Germany Zigmar Gabriel, RIA Novosti reported.
Germany advises US not to abandon nuclear deal

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