Manhattan’s top prosecutor has come out in support of a federal proposal to ban bump fire stocks, devices that allow semi-automatic weapons to simulate full auto fire.
A congressman from upstate New York has decided to give previous donations from the National Rifle Association to gun control groups after the Las Vegas mass shooting.
A Colorado Cub Scout was kicked out of his den after questioning a state lawmaker about her stance on gun control and race in the U.S.
While many have renewed calls for stricter gun regulations after the mass shooting in Las Vegas, a new poll has found that most Americans’ views on gun laws remain unchanged.
A Las Vegas shooting survivor has started a fund for the first responders who came to help during the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Strict background check laws in two states have had little to no effect on the number of background checks conducted for gun sales, a new study has shown.
A judge from the suburban Chicago district of DuPage County was arrested Friday on reckless conduct charges for allegedly firing a gun in his home.
Georgia Republican gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams announced Tuesday his opposition to proposed bump stock bans and plans to hold a bump stock giveaway to show solidarity with gun owners.
President Donald Trump said Monday that Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock, responsible for the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, had severe mental health issues that led him to commit the atrocity.
National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch said Sunday that she has been forced to move from her California home after receiving death threats from “gun control advocates.”