A Kansas gun shop agreed to pay $132,000 to the wife of a man who fatally shot their 8-year-old son and himself with a gun legally purchased there.
A gun rights group called for more mental health funding after mention was made about resurrecting a failed national background check expansion.
Just 38 percent of Americans view the mass shooting at a South Carolina church last month as a reflection of racism in the country, according to a poll.
Court documents obtained by Guns.com show that Leland Yee as well as co-conspirators Marlon Sullivan along with Keith and Brandon Jackson are looking at two decades behind bars.
Former California State Senator Leland Yee appeared in a U.S. District Court Wednesday and pleaded guilty to a single count of racketeering.
U.S. Rep. David Cicilline announced three measures Tuesday to establish National ASK Day, expand background check data and close fire sale loopholes.
On the cusp of a Presidential bid, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) late Monday announced that the state’s gun purchase and permitting laws would be under official review.
The driver has been suspended, and while the company hasn’t mentioned it, a possible penalty for violating the company’s no guns policy is termination with the app-based driving service.
Law enforcement want exemptions to a planned ordinance that would force law-abiding Los Angeles gun owners to secure their firearms when not in use or risk a fine and possible imprisonment.
President Barack Obama on Sunday called on supporters to rally behind him in implementing more gun control in the wake of a brutal church mass shooting.