The Editorial Board of The New York Times is at it again, wringing their hands over the notion of Americans exercising their right to carry firearms.
Police are looking for a man in Georgia who they say shot at two police officers, killing one and critically injuring the other.
The Trump campaign expressed the darkest parts of America, but many of his supporters spoke of a frustration with a system that has left them behind.
There’s presidential trivia covering the walls and Patrons can choose sandwiches with names like the Coolidge, the Herbert Hoover, the FDR, and the JFK.
Students at the University of Kansas collected hundreds of signatures Wednesday protesting the campus’s impending concealed weapons policy.
The woman suffered a minor injury to her knee while struggling with the deer at her driver’s side door and the deer eventually died.
A gun owner in Maine has set off controversy with a sign on his property that declares, “Black rifles matter. Yes, we have ’em. No, you can’t take ’em.”
President Obama plans on vetoing legislation which would allow the families of those killed during the 9/11 attacks to sue the government of Saudi Arabia in the U.S. court system.
Wizard World spokesman Jerry Milani said they “want everyone to have a good time at the show” and apparently that’s not conducive with a fake gun display.
World Series of Fighting CEO Carlos Silva said they aren’t just looking for good fighters, they’re looking for guys with great stories.