Some Colorado teachers have headed to the gun range instead of summer vacation in order to receive active shooter training in Weld County.
U.S. Sen. Luther Strange reached out to the National Rifle Association to obtain firearms training to lawmakers on Capitol Hill in the aftermath of an attack on House Republicans.
A jury on Wednesday found former officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown not guilty of first-degree reckless homicide for the killing of Sylville Smith last summer.
A Capitol Hill police officer credited with saving lives at last week’s shooting threw out the first pitch at the women’s Congressional Softball Game.
Legislation to treat concealed carry permits like drivers’ licenses nationwide is gaining steam in Congress while opponents dig in.
Experts note an increase in violence on both extremes of the political spectrum. But there’s a difference between clashes at a rally, and murder.
The FBI said Wednesday the gunman responsible for the shooting at a Republican baseball practice that injured a Congressman and three others acted alone and suggest the attack was not terror but rather a spontaneous act of violence.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced Tuesday that he had pardoned two veterans convicted on charges of bringing their legally owned firearms into New Jersey from out of state.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday the addition of 12 cities to the Trump administration’s National Public Safety Partnership.
Senior District Judge E. Richard Webber sealed the settlement amount from public view, but describes it as “fair and reasonable compensation for this wrongful death claim and is in the best interests of each plaintiff.”