Some 300 gun control advocates swamped the Minnesota State Capitol this week over a pair of proposals whose sponsor admitted were dead on arrival.
The Brady Campaign this week unveiled an app that scrubs search engine and news site results, swapping out the names and images of notorious shooters with that of their victims.
A call that began with a “Middle Eastern gunman/woman” ended with no shooter found but a campus cop’s weapon one round lighter.
Lawmakers in The Show Me State on Tuesday advanced a bill to let the Constitution serve in the place of concealed carry permits for Missourians.
More Americans from all over the political spectrum support the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, according to survey results released Monday by the trade association for the gun industry.
Newark has spent $80K a year on a gunshot detection system and since 2010 they have been rewarded with a seventy-five percent false alarm rate.
Gov. Mary Fallin this week signed a bipartisan measure to grant the right for Oklahomans to hunt with a suppressor on both public and private land.
Gun rights group Gun Owners of America dropped out of a lawsuit brought against the federal government over alleged constitutional violations, according court documents obtained by Guns.com.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom is backing a sweeping ballot measure to regulate guns, while Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León is pushing his own list of bills through the Legislature.
She grabbed a gun after he threatened to kill her, and when he charged at her as she tried to get away, she unloaded the magazine, shooting him eight times.