An immigrant who has been in the U.S. with an expired student visa was convicted by a federal jury this month on charges of being an unlawful alien possessing firearms and ammo.
A Massachusetts inmate at the Old Colony Correctional Center interested in becoming a “mujahideen” — the plural form of Jihad — was charged with threatening to kill the President.
Atty Gen. Mike DeWine announced Wednesday that Ohioans with a valid concealed handgun license no longer have to jump through the hoop of getting an additional background check when buying a firearm.
In what opponents call a “desperate” and “misleading” attack, a gun control group is throwing stacks of cash to support New Hampshire’s Gov. Hassan’s bid for the Senate.
The elderly Mafia member is believed to have ties to the country’s biggest ever art heist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum more than 25 years ago.
The warrants were the result of an investigation dubbed “Operation Cornerstone” that targeted gang-related illegal gun and drug sales.
While it hasn’t been uncommon for TSA agents to send gun owners who forget they’re packing back to checked baggage, that won’t happen anymore.
A popular Senate measure in front of Gov. David Ige would add Hawaii’s gun owner registration lists to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “Rap Back” program.
The DOJ is pushing for a death sentence for the white man accused of murdering nine black people at a historic church in Charleston, South Carolina, last year.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives is proposing to change how suppressors are marked, leaving trade groups and manufacturers puzzled.