Republican Gov. Mary Fallin recently signed legislation to allow some in the military to carry a handgun without a license and to grant the carry of firearms on public buses.
Following a court challenge in the form of a federal lawsuit on Second Amendment grounds, the Crescent City has lifted their ban on stun guns and tasers.
Gun Owners of America told House lawmakers last week to delete “anti-gun” language added to a prescription drug bill winding its way through Congress.
The Department of Justice rolled out a new tool last week to help quickly spread the word when a criminal has killed or injured a member of law enforcement.
A former Trump national security adviser cited the Fifth Amendment in his refusal to comply with a subpoena issued by a Senate committee investigation into Russia’s involvement in the 2016 presidential election.
Tampa Bay Mayor Bob Buckhorn is taking heat from journalists upset over the politician joking about pointing twin .50-caliber machine guns at the media.
A University of Kansas professor publicly resigned earlier this month over his state’s impending campus carry law.
Twice a year, the Sumner family hosts the biggest machine gun shoot in the world at the Knob Creek Gun Range in West Point, Kentucky.
The now fully-staffed U.S. Supreme Court did not act Monday on a legal challenge to how California grants concealed carry permits.
The gun control group backed by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced a new initiative last week designed to “harness the power of the literary community to amplify the gun safety movement.”