Law professors from across the country filed an amicus brief this week with the Connecticut Supreme Court that shows how negligent entrustment can apply even in cases involving guns.
The Montana congressional special elections are heating up, with both candidates trying to prove their love for guns by shooting screens in a pair of warring advertisements.
Training for the NRA’s school safety program has been confirmed for multiple locations next month, the organization announced this week.
Most Americans oppose carrying firearms in public places, according to a study published Thursday in the American Journal of Public Health.
Authorities say over a six-day span Humberto Herrera robbed four businesses at gunpoint and made off with a large amount of cash and $33K in jewelry.
While visiting his district this week, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said another opening on the nation’s high court could be in the cards as soon as this year.
Since the court approved requests by several groups asking to file briefs supporting the victims’ argument, Remington has asked for more time to review and address incoming arguments.
Lawmakers in the Pennsylvania Senate Education Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would authorize school districts to allow trained teachers and other staff to carry guns on school property.
The Texas Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would allow first responders to carry handguns while on duty.
A federal grand jury in Wisconsin, sitting in Madison, on Wednesday returned indictments on a man who broke into an area gun store and sent a rambling manifesto to the White House.