The North Carolina man who opened fire on a Washington D.C. pizzeria last year — after a fake news story spread about the Clintons operating a child sex ring in its basement — pleaded guilty Friday to two counts of interstate transportation of and assault with firearms.
Kansas lawmakers have proposed a bill to try and keep guns out of Kansas’ state and public hospitals before a state law takes effect July 1 that would allow guns in hospital buildings.
Prosecutors on Thursday added 16 additional counts to a Chicago cop’s murder charges, one for each bullet he fired at a black teenager in 2014.
A 2015 tax on guns and ammo that triggered an ongoing lawsuit earned significantly less than what lawmakers expected.
A judge denied the FBI’s request to dismiss a wrongful death suit over its alleged negligence related to the June 2015 Charleston Church shooting.
A day after Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed a pro-gun bill into law, the Arkansas Senate passed a measure that would restrict the areas where guns can be carried in the state
While the Senate Judiciary Committee wrapped up a final day of hearings on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, Democrats began a push to block a floor vote.
Defendant Gregory Burleson told FBI agents posing as documentary filmmakers that he was upset the standoff didn’t end in bloodshed.
Republican Gov. Doug Burgum on Thursday night signed a popular measure allowing law-abiding citizens to carry a concealed handgun without a permit.
British authorities on Thursday identified the man accused of a bloody attack in London that claimed the life of an American citizen and two others Wednesday.