Riots broke out Monday in a predominantly immigrant neighborhood in a suburb of Swedish capital Stockholm, just days after President Donald Trump criticized the immigration policy in Sweden.
Birmingham organization the Outcast Voters League and State Rep. John Rogers held a press conference yesterday to propose stricter gun laws in Alabama.
The USA Today’s editorial board argued yesterday that Republicans had made a mistake by revoking an Obama-era rule that would have banned some Social Security recipients from owning firearms.
An Ohio machinist arrested last year over what federal agents contended was a shop full of illegal suppressors was found not guilty last week.
Kill a firefighter? Face the death penalty. That’s what one Ohio lawmaker is proposing.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey was named as a defendant in a federal lawsuit filed last week over the state’s prohibition of Tasers and stun guns.
With bills in both chambers of Congress to deregulate suppressors from NFA restrictions, the nation’s largest gun rights group warns action in the first 100 days is unlikely.
President Donald Trump doubled down Monday on his comments regarding Sweden, reasserting his claim that refugees have caused a rise in crime and terror in the Scandinavian country.
Price per share for Cabela’s Inc. continued a downward trend after the outdoor retailer reported a disappointing fourth quarter.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett praised Milwaukee’s police Sunday for recovering more than 300 guns in 2017 and called for more funding and legislation to help the force deal with the problem.