Human rights groups have urged U.S. lawmakers to continue the ban on firearms sales to the Philippines, as well as to stop support for the Philippine National Police.
Six individuals from Texas are headed to prison for straw purchasing firearms that were exported to members of a Mexican drug cartel.
A federally licensed firearms dealer from Waterville, Maine, has been charged with illegally exporting guns, smuggling and money laundering.
A New York man who for years added guns from a sheriff’s department evidence room to his collection and was caught a decade after the fact will not go to prison.
If you are near Cary, North Carolina and are a big fan of Ray Liotta movies, there is a nice earth tone van packed with 1990s electronics calling your name.
A bail bondsman hailing from Bridgeport, Connecticut, was convicted of firearms trafficking Tuesday and could face up to ten years in prison.
A crowd of 100 family and community members gathered Thursday at city hall in Aurora, Colorado to remember the victims of a 2012 movie theater shooting.
A retired Miami-Dade Fire Rescue employee showed his displeasure with a pair of utility trucks parked in front of his house by riddling them with gun fire at close range.
A handful of Baltimore residents are organizing a ceasefire in an effort to have a murder-free weekend in a city plagued by gun violence.
“These weapons will never be on our streets unlawfully in the hands of criminals,” said Sheriff Jim McDonnell as the guns were melted at a Rancho Cucamonga steel mill.