Scouts in Maine are getting a chance to participate in the shooting sports on behalf of new suppressors, rifles and ammo contributed free of charge.
A group of 13 Senate Democrats are challenging the nation’s licensed gun dealers to stop transferring firearms to those who do not complete a background check
The odds are pretty high that you’re never going to be shot at in a movie theater, but when you’re prepared, you’re that much more ahead of the rest.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is asking federal authorities to open a full investigation into how a movie theater murderer with a checkered past was able to legally buy his gun.
A federal court Tuesday rejected a request for rehearing over Florida’s law prohibiting health care workers from asking about their patient’s firearms, lifting a long-standing injunction.
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley late Friday ordered workers to remove “no weapons beyond this point” signs at all state rest areas.
Police in Lafayette are confirming that a man opened fire in a crowded showing of a popular film Thursday night, killing two before taking his own life
Capitol Hill Republicans are demanding Secretary of Defense Ash Carter make changes to the policy of prohibiting personal firearms on Department of Defense property.
A temporary emergency gun ban implemented by the City of Columbia to disarm Confederate flag protesters around the State House was deemed likely illegal.
Republicans in the House launched a two-pronged attack this week to derail a reported White House plan to scrap the gun rights of up to 4.2 million on Social Security.