City leaders in San Jose, the third-largest city in the state, are evaluating a plan that would require gun owners to secure their firearms when they are not in use.
A Connecticut man was arrested last year by the police he called to save a woman in his living room overdosing on heroin. Now he faces prison time for violating state and federal laws.
Cllinton Putnam said he was holding the gun for his brother, then later said he didn’t even know what the gun was and thought it was some sort of sex toy.
Three suspects purchased guns in South Carolina for resale in New York, while another 16 are accused of a bank fraud scheme used to fund the purchases.
A lengthy, controversial and at times confusing $10 million universal background check ballot initiative passed by voters in 2014 is seeing its first use in court.
Only weeks away from a general election and with two months left in session, Democrats in the Michigan House on Wednesday debuted a sweeping gun prohibition proposal.
Some researchers doubt the Center for American Progress’s latest study linking lax gun laws to high rates of gun violence.
The state’s high court on Wednesday overturned the conviction of a Minnesota man currently serving a five-year term on a weapons charge incurred over a CO2-powered BB pistol.
Democrats need to hold their own and pick up four seats to control the U.S. Senate, and the race between incumbent Marco Rubio and challenger Patrick Murphy is one possible tossup.
The store owner apparently forced the burglars to strip down to their underwear then beat them for more than two hours before calling the police.