In states with a large number of guns, there were three times the number of officers fatally shot than in states with a lower number of firearms, according to a Harvard researcher.
A law professor suing the University of Missouri, where he works, to be able to carry his firearm on campus now has state Attorney General Chris Koster on his side.
Writing in HuffPo as a representative of New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence, Valerie Plame Wilson is speaking out against this effort to raise charity.
While speaking at a UN meeting in Switzerland, Mexico’s Foreign Minister said it was as easy to buy a gun in the U.S. as it is to purchase a “liter of milk or a box cereal.”
“This is a textbook case for why concealed pistol licenses are issued in the first place,” said Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith.
A group of about 20 concerned citizens in Del Mar, California are trying to pressure the local fair board to ban long standing gun shows. An organizer for the events fires back at that.
Sen. Chris Murphy is continuing his attacks on the rights of gun owners. In a recent interview, he declared that “guns are the new cigarettes.”
Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly this week gave their support to a pair of incumbent Republican Senators up for reelection in November.
A federal judge on Monday refused to issue a preliminary injunction in the lawsuit by three University of Texas professors who do not want legal concealed carry in their classes.
A Navy enlisted man found with snapshots of his submarine’s classified propulsion system and argued his crime is less than Hillary Clinton’s email scandal picked up a year in prison.