Houston police confirmed details about a shooting spree at a shopping center Monday morning that left at least nine people injured and the gunman dead.
A federal jury convicted owner of the Utah-based HK Parts of dealing guns without a license and filing a false tax returns, the Justice Department announced Friday.
Home surveillance video captured armed men storming an Atlanta home and the same men retreat as the armed woman chases them out.
A federal court sentenced a Rockford man to 188 months in prison for his role in concealing and selling guns stolen from a private collection.
Under orders of a federal judge, Remington Arms is reminding owners of certain kinds of Remington rifles that a settlement has been reached.
A California congressman introduced legislation to require licensed gun dealers to carry smart guns on their shelves as soon as the National Institute of Justice says it’s time.
Beating out equal pay and women’s health, stronger gun laws topped the list for policies favored by women with 87 percent, according to the National Survey of Voters project “Women and the 2016 Elections.”
Two months after a federal judge dismissed FireClean’s defamation case against Arizona blogger Andrew Tuohy, the gun lubricant maker re-filed allegations in another state.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie defended Donald Trump’s comment to disarm his Democratic opponent’s bodyguards and “see what happens to her,” contradicting sentiments he expressed to a similar argument in 2013.
Donald Trump veered off script during a speech in Miami on Friday and the ad lib was once again interpreted as a threat against his Democrat opponent, Hillary Clinton.