For the second time in a year, a jury on Friday couldn’t reach a verdict in the murder trial of a former officer who killed a motorist in 2015.
Officials have warned that if a budget is not worked out in coming days, state services supporting gun sales and licensing could be put on hold.
A market analyst and financial writer said the longevity of Smith & Wesson makes American Outdoor Brands stock worth holding onto for the next half century.
Another Florida sheriff is urging citizens to arm themselves and fight back if they should find themselves in an active shooter situation.
A majority of Americans who own guns and those who do not each support background checks for private gun sales, according to a survey released Thursday.
A North Carolina man was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison on charges related to him assaulting a Washington D.C. pizza restaurant with an AR-15 rifle and revolver.
A popular bipartisan Senate bill to scrap Michigan’s 1950s-era ban on “switchblades” cleared the House on Thursday and is headed to Gov. Rick Snyder.
Performing a complete 180, Rotary International has reversed its anti-firearms policies after many gun rights advocates spoke out against the rules.
Senate Republicans the week filed legislation to stop the controversial requirement for gun dealers along the U.S.-Mexico border to report multiple sales to the ATF.
Americans who own guns and those who do not hold different views about which safety precautions prove essential in a home with both kids and firearms.