Historians thought Navy corpsman John Bradley was in the photo, but researchers concluded he was not there and now say the sixth man was Marine PFC Harold Schultz.
The gun manufacturer closed out its fourth quarter with a 22.2 percent increase in sales, but the company dismissed claims that it’s due to a surge in demand.
Ending its fiscal year and first full year with an accessory wing, Smith & Wesson reported a 31 percent increase in annual sales, which pushed total revenue to $722.9 million.
A judge will hear arguments Monday on whether to strike details from a lawsuit against the maker of the rifle used in the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook.
A federal judge described FireClean’s discovery requests a “fishing expedition” in the company’s case against two bloggers whose work found the gun lubricant akin to cooking oil.
The country’s largest medical association revised its stance on background checks to include waiting periods for long guns and will actively lobby Congress to fund gun violence research.
Two Florida arms makers have been accused of breech of contract and divulging trade secrets by the company they partnered with for a Peruvian military deal.
Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee proposed the bill Wednesday in an effort to “stop mass killings by violent terrorists.”
A federal judge sentenced a Bakersfield man to three years and 10 months in prison for being a felon in possession of guns and ammo, the Justice Department said Monday.
A panel of three judges with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit reversed an “unjust-enrichment” judgment and vacated the ruling on the defamation claim, according to the opinion published Monday.