The suits name Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, the organizers of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival, and the estate of Stephen Paddock.
A New York lawmaker is making a bid to bring back federal legislation that would make selling guns to a prohibited possessor worth 20 years in federal prison.
Rankled by news of police officers having their guns easily swiped from personal cars and cruisers, a Tennessee state senator challenged a local reporter to find the handgun hidden in his car.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday announced the awards for the Justice Department’s Community Oriented Policing Services program, which gives federal dollars to up the number of street cops.
The gun control advocate took to social media to urge those headed to spend time with friends and family on Thanksgiving to ask them about how they store their guns beforehand.
Reports on gun sales often follow an event that forces a debate about gun ownership. But sometimes they miss larger patterns that exist or outright misrepresent the numbers. The goal of this article is to help readers better consume news about gun sales, especially in a political context.
Arguing the state’s conservation agency lacks the authority to greenlight the season, an animal welfare group has filed a lawsuit to halt rifle-hunting for deer on state and federal land in Indiana.
A California gun rights supporter has reacted to the mass shootings around the country in a way some gun enthusiasts may find surprising–by destroying his own AR-15 rifle with a sledgehammer.
Slide Fire, the inventor of the now-infamous bump stocks, will resume sales Cyber Monday.
The San Carlos City Council last week passed a 45-day ban on any new gun stores setting up shop in the city limits as a Turner’s Outdoorsman was scheduled to open.