New York Police are enhancing the already typically heavy security in and around Times Square for the upcoming year-end events.
A federal report released last week detailed a covert government investigation into illegal online gun sales.
A federal court in Albuquerque earlier this month sentenced an area man to prison following a plea agreement in which he admitted he had an unregistered short-barreled shotgun.
A self-described “tough old lady” in West Virginia refused to play the victim to an early morning intruder and met him at the window with her gun.
An Ohio man by the name of Derringer cobbled together a “gun” made from household items and furniture legs in an attempt to knock over a Circle K on Christmas.
The Clark County coroner classified all 58 victims’ deaths as homicides, according to a report released Thursday.
While local media gave a lot of ink to the breadth and depth of a few events where unwanted guns and curios were turned in, a closer look at the footage from the events shows something else.
A federal judge in Madison, Wisconsin on Wednesday sentenced a man who broke into an area gun store and sent a rambling manifesto to the White House.
A federal judge in Las Vegas on Wednesday declared a mistrial in the case against four involved in a 2014 confrontation with the federal government.
Federal background checks nearly doubled in Puerto Rico last month as the island territory continues its post-storm recovery.