Accused Charleston shooter Dylann Roof is competent to stand trial and jury selection will resume in the case on Monday, ruled a federal judge on Friday.
The .45ACP is so popular it should come as no surprise that this review takes another crack at the caliber, this time in the Bersa Thunder Pro Ultra Compact.
Investigators in Chambers County, Texas say a 14-year-old boy lived with his dead grandparents for days after shooting them while they slept.
Taurus International continues to wade through lawsuits even after the company settled a $239 million product liability class action suit in federal court over the gun maker’s alleged defective trigger design.
Cheatham Co. Sheriff Mike Breedlove praised the woman’s actions, noting she did something that even the most experienced officers aren’t always able to do.
U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt visited the Heizer Defense facility just south of St. Louis recently along side state and local officials as part of his campaign of “More Jobs, Less Government.”
Adams faces up to five years in prison for carrying a not-so-concealed gun to school, but if granted probation, the charges will be erased in two years.
Earl Phillip, a newly appointed chair to presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s National Diversity Coalition, resigned yesterday amid reports he pointed a loaded gun at several staffers.
The long, hard stares at the officers, hoodies in hot weather and clutching at their waistbands led the officers to believe the teens were up to no good.
Carl Wiley was already on the run following a deadly shooting, and as authorities closed in on him after more than a day of chases, he opened fire.