The Los Angeles City Council voted to set up an anonymous tip line promising to pay $1,000 for those with information about illegal guns in the city.
The U.S. Attorney’s office in Nevada on Wednesday filed a motion to dismiss the charges against the last four defendants in the “Battle of Bunkerville” trials.
A bill that makes a host of improvements to Indiana’s handgun licenses laws won approval from the state House this week and is now headed to the Senate.
Democrats in the New York Senate on Tuesday unveiled a host of measures that range from banning bump stocks and expanded waiting periods to establishing Extreme Risk Protection Orders.
A gun rights group has allied with a man in a legal challenge to the state’s permitting practices after he was turned down for a carry permit because officials said he failed to show a “justifiable need.”
Long a facet of anti-hunting legislation and activism, the Humane Society of the U.S. has replaced their familiar CEO but promises to steer the same course as in the past.
The nation’s largest gun control group used the fifth anniversary of a fired Los Angeles police officer’s actions to stump against partial suppressor deregulation.
Federal authorities arrested and charged two men — one of which worked as a security guard at the 9/11 Memorial — for trafficking more than 25 firearms into Manhattan, the Justice Department announced last week.
Springville police say the quick actions of a concealed carrier helped possibly save the life of an officer who was being attacked.
A Chicago area felon had a hiccup in his music career after a federal judge handed down his sentence last week, busted in part after he displayed a gun in a music video.