A week after jurors found him guilty for the 2014 ambush of two state troopers, a Pennsylvania jury decided Wednesday Eric Frein should die for his crimes.
A gun safety and training course designed for women only kicked off this week in Nevada.
The Pennsylvania Senate approved a preemption measure Tuesday doomed for Gov. Tom Wolf’s veto pen.
House lawmakers in Alabama scheduled a hearing Wednesday for a constitutional carry proposal nearly identical to the one passed in the Senate last week.
The NSSF reflected on the success of its Fix NICS campaign as the tenth anniversary of the Virginia Tech shooting came and went.
A panel of South Carolina senators will vet two measures aimed at closing the so-called “Charleston Loophole” this week.
Arizona’s preemptive strike against universal background checks headed for the governor’s desk Monday.
Background checks crept up by single digits in March as state-level efforts to expand gun rights saw mixed results.
A proposal to prevent local governments from enacting firearm ordinances over and above state law cleared its first legislative hurdle Wednesday.
Jurors deliberated only four hours Wednesday before convicting an anti-government survivalist on a dozen charges for the 2014 ambush of two state troopers.