Judge Richard Matsch suggests that Brady targeted the retailers because of the high-profile incident and not because they were explicitly malicious.
The Justice Department has opened a hate crime investigation into the shooting at a historic black church in Charleston that left nine people dead.
After the DOJ announced a hate crime investigation into the shooting at a historic black church, the president described his feelings on the matter.
As the manhunt is still ongoing, authorities have named a suspect in last night’s deadly shooting at a historic at Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
Michael Ryan is charged with removing serial numbers off firearms, making false statements to licensed gun dealers, and exporting firearms overseas.
Armed with a knife, Omar Gonzalez jumped the White House fence in September. He dodged security officers as he stormed the lawn and broke into the building.
After eight months of living off loans and negotiating with investors to avoid collapse, Colt Defense ultimately bit the bullet and filed for bankruptcy Monday.
Accidental discharges by Los Angeles sheriff’s deputies has more than doubled in the two years since the department switched its service weapon.
Colt voluntarily filed petitions for Chapter 11 relief Monday, a process the company says will accelerate the sale of its operations in U.S. and Canada.
After two-years of trying, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System successfully pulled funds from the Remington Outdoor Company on June 5.