President Obama’s administration Friday gave an update on implementing the executive actions regarding guns ownership that he issued at the beginning of the year in response to increased public pressure and an unwilling Congress.
A Utah Congressman has introduced a proposal to lift the U.S. State Department’s ban on the commercial exportation of suppressors overseas.
A bill that would broaden the pool of those who could seek an order from the court to seize a person’s guns to include coworkers and school faculty is headed to the Assembly floor.
David Bailey said he was left with “serious and permanent damage” and medical bills to the tune of $100,000, which he thinks the homeowner should pay.
Media giant Harris Publication, which produces a host of gun magazines, announced Thursday that it’s closing its doors due to the rapid growth of digital media.
A Republican lawmaker proposed naming the Washington headquarters of the ATF after an agent who was killed during an undercover operation in the 1980s.
Voting along party lines, lawmakers sent a House bill to the Connecticut Senate mandating those with protective orders filed against them must hand over their firearms.
Despite facing several gun and drug-related charges, the Utah man who shot and killed his live-in girlfriend during an argument inside their home on Super Bowl Sunday will not face murder charges.
Earlier this month Gov. Christie issued new guidelines for obtaining a firearms license which New Jersey lawmakers now say is a mistake for public safety.
Some 300 gun control advocates swamped the Minnesota State Capitol this week over a pair of proposals whose sponsor admitted were dead on arrival.