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
A lawmaker is calling on Congress to restrict a Department of Defense program that provides surplus military equipment to law enforcement agencies. Read more
After almost a week of protests sparked by the fatal police shooting of a black Ferguson, Missouri, man, the governor — in an attempt to quell the unrest — put state police in charge.
Open Carry Texas postponed Saturday’s march after protestors, some of them armed, accused the group of being racist and attempting to use its residents as a political crutch. Read more
Angry demonstrations have continued since Sunday, more often forcing police engagement. However, many say police have been escalating the scene with their presence and aggressive tactics by shooting tear gas and rubber bullets. Police have reportedly arrested protestors, activists, political leaders and even journalists. Read more
Protestors, some of them armed, of the controversial group shouted, “You are not welcome here today or Saturday.” And the Fifth Ward’s leaders questioned the open carry group’s motives and also accused them of being racist. Read more
Gov. Deval Patrick Wednesday signed into law a bill that will give Massachusetts police chiefs the ability to challenge individual gun sale permits in court Read more
On Wednesday 4,661 weapons confiscated in Los Angeles County and collected from gun buyback programs were turned over to a steel mill to recycle into rebar. Read more