Secretary of Defense Ash Carter said Thursday the DoD should be able recruit the most qualified from “100 percent of America’s population” for the all-volunteer force.
Australia has seen a decline in homicides and suicides since the 1996 ban on semiautomatic firearms, but it may not be the result of strict gun laws.
The California Assembly on Thursday approved a legislative package pushed by the state’s powerful Senate president to beat Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s ballot initiative to a gun control body slam.
Although Mayor Ed Murray is seeking to increase taxes and fees on Seattle businesses to help fund the police department, he wants to scrap their surplus Glocks to save lives.
After 30 years using a .40-caliber pistol as its service weapon, the FBI awarded Glock an $85 million contract to produce 9mm handguns for the better part of a decade.
Florida’s Republican Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday said he would not call a special session to debate gun laws as requested by lawmakers in the wake of the Orlando terror attack.
The state legislature has voted to undo reforms spurred by the murder of a woman stabbed to death by an ex while waiting months for a gun permit.
Some 50 Democrats are holding events in over 30 cities across the country Wednesday for a “National Day of Action on Gun Violence Prevention.”
On June 28, 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were killed by an assassin firing a Browning FN Model 1910 effectively starting WWI.
The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust has filed an official complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics over emails sent by House Democrats during last week’s gun control protest.