In criminal investigations, a useful question is cui bono—to whose benefit? But when considering laws, consider the opposite question: to whose harm.
An anti-gun organization in New York on Thursday debuted a social media campaign to convince Apple to remove the ideogram depicting a gun from their iPhones.
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
I want to address a meme going around featuring an empty room with a caption identifying it as the place where Obama keeps all the guns he’s taken away.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, the Democrat co-sponsor of a failed bill to expand background checks to private gun sales, says it’s not going to come back up.
The city council of Reading, Pa. this week resurrected a town ordinance regulating firearms just weeks after a law threatening such actions was repealed by the courts.
The largest municipal public employee retirement system in the nation voted Tuesday to move forward with a plan that could end its investment in companies that sell firearms
After a decision by the Alabama Dept. of Transportation to remove gun prohibition signs from state rest areas, Attorney Gen. Luther Strange announced more repeals Wednesday.
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.
This tragedy makes me think of three things: the gun debate, understanding evil people, and being proven innocent by reason of insanity.