With lawmakers proposing closing the “Charleston Loophole,” the gun industry lobbies says the waiting period is not the problem but NICS needs improvement.
Federal and local authorities are offering $10,000 for information leading to an arrest in the armed robbery of an California pawn shop in May.
Economist Dr. John Lott argues that government mandated gun free zones are to blame for the high body count in an attack at a military recruiting station.
Gov. Nikki Haley is urging South Carolinians to focus on unity rather than the rhetoric of the KKK members who have planned a rally outside the capitol this weekend.
Renowned Johns Hopkins researcher Daniel Webster argues that purchase permit laws are one of the most effective tools available to reduce gun violence.
After scenes from “Suicide Squad” were leaked over the weekend, the studio decided to officially release the scenes with superior quality video.
The two-phased project set to launch July 14 would modernize the background check system for gun sales, but the FBI postponed it for unspecified reasons.
A federal appeals court explained why Wal-Mart shareholders do not have the right to decide if the company can sell guns that use high-capacity magazines.
The examiner of Roof’s background check when he bought the gun in April did not see the police report in which Roof admitted to drug possession.
Anti-violence advocates sued three towns neighboring the Windy City where gun stores reside and allege that the stores’ presence burden residents in the area.