For the report, Judicial Watch cross referenced details with published news reports and was able to deduce incidents in which Fast and Furious guns were likely used.
Lawmakers in both the House and the Senate proposed making June 2 a day of remembrance for victims of gun violence, an event largely propagated by gun control groups.
An immigrant who has been in the U.S. with an expired student visa was convicted by a federal jury this month on charges of being an unlawful alien possessing firearms and ammo.
The DOJ is pushing for a death sentence for the white man accused of murdering nine black people at a historic church in Charleston, South Carolina, last year.
Bloggers involved in the lube maker’s libel lawsuit filed a response describing the case as “a classic example of a business using litigation to suppress negative consumer reports.”
Connecticut gun maker O.F. Mossberg & Sons sued 12 separate companies last week over alleged infringements of a patented trigger design.
A Maryland man who was elected as a delegate for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was arrested on machine gun and child pornography charges.
Federal regulators gave thumbs up to a new adjustable stabilizing brace for an AR-type pistol created by SB Tactical, the company credited with originating the device.
After a number of failed attempts, George Zimmerman on Tuesday auctioned off the gun that killed Trayvon Martin, according to the auction site that hosted the sale.
A defendant in a libel case filed a motion to quash allegations that he intended to harm gun lube maker FireClean by referring to it as Crisco cooking oil, but the motion was quickly overruled.