A weapons’ history blog crunched the data and pretty much kicks to the curb the long-held trope that there is about one gun per person in the country. More like two.
Former Pennsylvania state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, who came to office on support from gun control groups, has been sentenced on felony perjury charges.
The largest metropolitan daily paper in the country this week fired off an editorial claiming the reason why microstamping isn’t in use is because of the gun industry — who vehemently disagree.
Republican Steve McLaughlin, a man vying for a public lands chief post in Washington state, is having second thoughts about supporting a protest of the arrest of two ranchers.
A federal interim report of firearms manufacturing and exports indicates the industry barely picked up the pace in 2015.
Actress Rachel Dratch, probably known best for playing Debbie Downer on SNL, stumps for Everytown in a two minute sketch on getting relatives out to vote for increased gun laws.
Gays Against Guns headed for the Manchester, New Hampshire offices of Sen. Kelly Ayotte Oct. 15 to protest the Republican’s pro-gun voting record.
The executive producer of “How to Get Away with Murder” launched a new campaign last week that hopes to raise money for candidates who support gun control.
Longtime Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is facing a tough re-election bid. A recent poll put Arpaio 15 points behind his Democratic challenger.
City leaders in San Jose, the third-largest city in the state, are evaluating a plan that would require gun owners to secure their firearms when they are not in use.