A ranking member of the Louisiana Tactical Militia was arrested this week on drug and gun charges by the FBI’s domestic terror team in New Orleans.
A number of states have signed on to a brief filed by the Arizona Attorney General’s office supporting a case that the District of Columbia’s “good reason” requirement for a gun permit is unconstitutional.
She put economic discussions on hold to remind voters about the Trump campaign’s divisive rhetoric as the Republican presidential nominee attempts to soften his commentary on immigration and minorities.
The suspect broke in, realized the guns were all locked up, and left. But then returned a short time later and settled for cases of ammo instead.
In a mixed ruling, a county court this week axed several of the city’s expansive gun ordinances adopted last year while upholding others.
The number of donated adult entertainment devices outnumbered attendees at the Cocks Not Glocks rally against campus carry at the University of Texas on Wednesday.
The City of Minneapolis is partnering with Pillsbury United Communities to fund two gun buybacks this weekend with the aim to convert weapons into art objects.
The family of the instructor killed in 2014 when a 9-year-old girl lost control of a machine gun filed a wrongful death suit last week against the Arizona range that employed him.
A Riverside, California man who is described by his attorney as a “hard core drug addict” with a lengthy record will be doing four years in federal prison on gun charges.
Lawmakers on Wednesday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill sparked by two high-profile murders with guns stolen from law enforcement vehicles.