Everytown for Gun Safety this week launched an interactive online tool comparing gun laws between states over the past 25 years.
The company whose name has become synonymous with the less-than-lethal stun gun announced Monday that it has won a patent infringement lawsuit against a copycat company.
National gun control group Everytown for Gun Safety says it’s seeing momentum in the push for state-level gun regulation.
Shell Shock Tech could give a tiny Kentucky town an economic boost when it opens its new nickel shell casings facility in the coming months.
A New York gun store was “legally authorized” to sell the gun which was later used in a shooting rampage at a Bronx hospital last week.
Google is entering the gun violence prevention domain with the Internet search giant’s offering of $2 million to thwart the American epidemic.
The lawmaker who was seriously wounded when a gunman opened fire on a congressional baseball practice near the nation’s capital last month was readmitted to intensive care and remained in critical condition Wednesday night.
A day after North Korea launched its latest ballistic missile and bragged on its state-run TV about being a “full-fledged nuclear power,” the U.S. and South Korea conducted a joint missile drill of their own Wednesday.
A New York City police officer was fatally shot Wednesday after being ambushed inside a mobile command post parked in the Bronx.
National Public Radio took some heat on Tuesday when its line-by-line tweets of the Declaration of Independence were mistaken for jabs at the current president.