The L.A. Times editorial board says the Donald Trump backed, NRA push for nationwide concealed carry reciprocity is bad for public safety, calling it “absurd and dangerous” in a piece published Saturday.
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana Sheriff Newell Normand went on a heart-felt and sometimes profane rant defending the investigation into the fatal shooting of former NFL player Joe McKnight in New Orleans.
Prosecutors and law enforcement in New York City on Monday announced the indictment of four Virginia men in moving guns through the city, while advocating for tough new laws.
An article in Everytown’s The Trace commits some of the most egregious errors and declarations of cluelessness that I’ve seen in a while.
A Republican lawmaker and member of President-elect Trump’s Second Amendment Coalition has a concealed carry reciprocity measure waiting for introduction to the new Congress.
Concealed carry supporters walked across the OSU campus Monday with guns in plain view, one week after a knife attack that injured 11 students.
A fake news story spread by conspiracy theorists spurred an incident Sunday in which a gunman opened fire inside a pizzeria in Washington, D.C.
The state’s Supreme Court agreed to hear the case alleging Remington had a role in the school shooting and opened the docket on Thursday, about two weeks after the families filed their appeal.
An incoming Republican has introduced a bill that would place civil liability on businesses that ban lawful guns in the event of a patron getting hurt.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, the choice of gun rights advocacy groups, conceded Monday after nearly a month of claiming voter fraud and asking for recounts.