An incoming Republican has introduced a bill that would place civil liability on businesses that ban lawful guns in the event of a patron getting hurt.
Covert gun concealers fancying a little James Bond-like action can head over to online auction site Gunbroker.com to nab a piece of spy history in the way of the HK Operational Briefcase.
The city of Hartford has seen an increase in stolen guns this year, leading the police chief to issue a reminder to gun owners to store firearms in a responsible manner.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said the victim appeared to have been “lured to the location of the shooting using a phone app.”
As an Indiana lawmaker pushes for constitutional carry in that state, the editorial board at the Fort Wayne-based News Sentinel is asking its readers this week to reflect on whether Hoosiers “need permission to exercise a right.”
A terroristic car and knife attack on Ohio State University’s campus raises again the debate over weapons policies at our educational institutions.
Two robberies occurred in the same area within hours of each other, but one incident left the robbers shot, while the second left the victims injured.
The editorial board at the New York Sun is asking whether the election of Donald Trump will bring about a “restoration of true Second Amendment rights.”
Chip Bergh, president and CEO of iconic blue jean maker Levi Strauss on Wednesday penned an open letter asking ask people not to bring firearms into their locations.
Tracy Tuten, a marketing professor at East Carolina University, came to the attention of news media for saying that she would carry her handgun on campus.