Andy Parker said he’d do “whatever it takes” to prevent incidents like the shooting death of his daughter. His words have been turned into a national campaign.
Just under half the attorneys general in the country have signed on to support a challenge to an Illinois city’s arbitrary ban on certain guns.
The Firearms Policy Coalition is preparing a federal lawsuit if California Gov. Jerry Brown signs legislation to strip away legal carry of concealed weapons on school campuses.
The shooting deaths of two journalists on live TV renewed debate over guns, but this time around also included the appropriateness of debate after a tragedy.
A proposed city ordinance to video all gun and ammo sales and transmit data to the San Francisco Police Department could mean the end for the last gun store in town.
Following several recent shootings, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said she will meet with the nation’s law enforcement officials to discuss possible solutions to the violence.
Well, we now know basketball star center Dwight Howard is a Glock guy, and that a Houston airport’s TSA crew was able to sniff it out.
Starting next year, residents of New York’s largest city have to keep their guns locked up or risk up to a year in jail.
Most voters think the recent shooting of two TV journalists in Virginia is a mental health concern and not a cause for more gun control.
The Senate gave its stamp of approval Wednesday to an Assembly bill to allow police agencies to circumvent a recent win in the courts on how sheriffs consider carry permit applications.