In analysis of 110 recent mass shootings, Everytown claims women are targeted out of proportion and that assault weapons create 63 percent more deaths when used. Read more
The attorney general for Washington D.C. asked a federal judge Monday for an extension of the current 90-day stay striking the district’s prohibition on concealed carry. Read more
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America has set its sights on grocery giant Kroger, petitioning the national chain to prohibit the open carry of guns in its stores.
While visiting an Atlanta museum an art-loving concealed carry permit holder was detained by security for violating the institute’s unclear weapon’s policy. Read more
Gun rights advocates in North Carolina are pushing to have old gun registration records in Durham County destroyed rather than archived for future use. Read more
State law allows signs to be posted declaring a business “gun free,” but active law enforcement are exempt from such prohibitions. The officer’s wife said he tried to show the management his ID, but they weren’t interested.
A national group of attorneys recommended last week that states with stand-your-ground laws either repeal or at least refuse to enact them in a published report that found increases in homicide rates associated with the laws.
We sit down and talk to Capt. Robert Mayne, one of six Americans recently freed from shocking conditions in Honduras over spurious gun charges following the seizure of their U.S.-flagged vessel. Read more
Armslist.com, what some call the Craig’s List for guns, has no liability in the 2011 murder of a woman killed by a stalker who bought a gun from the website, a federal court ruled.
Ferguson police identified the officer who pulled the trigger, killing unarmed teen Michael Brown as well as images of who they believe is Brown robbing a man at a local convenience store. Read more