The shooting deaths of two journalists on live TV renewed debate over guns, but this time around also included the appropriateness of debate after a tragedy.
Tom Mauser opened up to The Marshall Project after two journalists were killed on live TV, and the victim’s father decided to follow in Mauser’s footsteps.
The U.S. Army solicitation for a handgun to replace the M9 has been put off for almost a year, but that officially ended last week.
During the call investors wanted updates on Smith & Wesson’s progress from when it entered the competition with defense giant General Dynamics in November.
A federal court sentenced the wife of a Glock sales manager to 12 months and a day in prison for concealing bribes from a Kansas firearms distributor.
A survey of Cook County inmates released Monday offers insight into Chicago’s underground market for gun sales, and details who and where they buy guns from.
Local and federal authorities in Washington state are searching for bikers who opened fire on officers serving a search warrant Thursday morning.
The hiring push is part of the iconic gun maker’s plan to rebuild once it wipes out $350 million of debt owed to creditors, chiefly bondholders.
The father of one of the slain journalists said he’s willing to become the “John Walsh of gun control” to force politicians to pass sensible gun laws.
Condolences, calls for stricter gun laws, and gun company stock prices jumping amid a bear market followed the deadly shooting of two journalists on live TV.