A Republican lawmaker and member of President-elect Trump’s Second Amendment Coalition has a concealed carry reciprocity measure waiting for introduction to the new Congress.
For more than two years, Lyvette Crespo has maintained that she acted in defense of herself and her son when she shot her husband three times in the chest.
Concealed carry supporters walked across the OSU campus Monday with guns in plain view, one week after a knife attack that injured 11 students.
A fake news story spread by conspiracy theorists spurred an incident Sunday in which a gunman opened fire inside a pizzeria in Washington, D.C.
The state’s Supreme Court agreed to hear the case alleging Remington had a role in the school shooting and opened the docket on Thursday, about two weeks after the families filed their appeal.
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.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, the choice of gun rights advocacy groups, conceded Monday after nearly a month of claiming voter fraud and asking for recounts.
Charles Russell said he was thinking only of the safety of the female clerk, who was in imminent danger, when he pulled the trigger.
In just an hour and a half, the department had blown through $20,000 in gift cards and at that point started handing out cash instead.
The court heard arguments Friday as to whether the government shares blame for the death of Kate Steinle because a federal ranger left his pistol in a backpack that was stolen from inside his vehicle.