The gun control organization, Sandy Hook Promise, has released a public service announcement with the message that school shootings are preventable.
A Northern Virginia lawmaker would like to study the feasibility and costs of establishing a firearm registration program for firearms purchased in the Commonwealth.
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.
A Pennsylvania custom machine shop filed a million dollar lawsuit against Kalashnikov USA and a subcontractor for violating contract agreements by cutting them out of the business arrangement.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, whose office regulates the Sunshine State’s over 1.6 million permit holders, announced Wednesday that renewals could be processed online.
Zombie Shooters United have been organizing shoots all over the country and developing a loyal gang of die-hard shooters, many who describe the scenarios as the best, most realistic training you can get.
Lucy Richards sent numerous messages warning of imminent death to Lenny Pozner, whose 6-year-old son, Noah, was one of 20 children killed at the school.
A jury of 12 sat for opening statements Wednesday on the first day of the federal death penalty trial for accused Charleston Church shooter Dylann Roof.
A prosecutor in Michigan is dropping all charges against a man arrested for the killing of a police officer in Detroit last month.
A northern California city will pay the legal fees incurred by two firearms industry plaintiffs to settle a 2013 lawsuit over a newly-enacted gun ordinance.