Former Illinois Rep. Joe Walsh seemed to be calling for armed revolution Wednesday when he tweeted about grabbing his musket in the event of a Donald Trump loss.
Authorities in Oklahoma on Thursday are still looking for a man wanted in connection with a deadly, multi-county rampage.
A poll released this week by Gallup found the lowest support of a ban on firearms classified by some as “assault weapons” in the 20 years they have asked the question.
A ballot initiative in California looks to go a step further on a bullet background check law already passed by the state’s legislature in May.
Students at the University of Kansas collected hundreds of signatures Wednesday protesting the campus’s impending concealed weapons policy.
For more than 20 years, Arpaio has had the armed posse patrol malls around the holidays, but now the posse will be going on patrols with deputies.
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