ArmaLite is happy to announce the addition of its Defensive Sporting Rifle series starting with three models chambered for 5.56 or 7.62 NATO. Read more
Last weekend, the FBI implemented the Next Generation Identification system — a $1.2 billion biometric system that recognizes facial features, scans irises, and reads palm and fingerprints to identify individuals — to replace the sole fingerprint system, but the change has disrupted queries sent to one of three databases searched during checks.
With the 20th anniversary of the original 1994 Assault Weapon Ban as perspective, a noted liberal think tank is suggesting a number of moves to replace the once standard tactic. Read more
“The second I saw him come back in,” the employee said, “I just … I did what I had to.” Read more
This week, as new details emerge about the allegations “Sons of Guns” star Will Hayden faces, his business, Red Jacket Firearms, stands to take a hit but its current leadership is trying to preserve it. Read more
Lake Mary Police confirmed that George Zimmerman was involved in road rage incident that resulted with Zimmerman allegedly threatening another driver.
The family of the shooting instructor killed teaching a 9-year-old girl to shoot an Uzi released a letter directed to the young girl, where they forgave her and empathized with her position. Read more
Shaneen Allen wants to know, “What makes Ray Rice so different from me that I couldn’t be accepted by the same prosecutor and judge? Is it that he was a pro athlete but I’m a single mother of two?” Read more
A federal appeals judge who upheld a Tennessee man’s 15-year prison sentence Thursday is calling for a change in federal sentencing rules. Read more
A teenager convicted of killing three students at an Ohio high school scaled a prison fence with two other inmates last night only to be picked up this morning.