A California man is suing the NRA and its partners for failing to pay on a life insurance claim in the accidental death of his relative, who named him the sole beneficiary of her policy.
Hillary Clinton’s choice for running mate Friday, former Virginia governor and current U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, is a Harvard Law grad who has long-championed increased regulation on guns.
A unilateral decision by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey to reinterpret the state’s laws on “assault weapons” resulted in a great day for gun shops statewide.
Gun rights groups are weighing their next move following Attorney Gen. Maura Healey announcement halting the sale of many types of “Massachusetts-compliant” semi-auto rifles this week.
Attorney General Maura Healey on Wednesday put gun shops and would-be owners on notice, saying she is halting the sale of many types of “Massachusetts-compliant” semi-auto rifles.
A group formed in urban Philadelphia wants to replace more gun regulations, buybacks and rhetoric with firearms training, education, and concealed carry permits.
NRA News commentator and Pew Pew Life guru Colion Noir appeared on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition to debunk criticism of the group not saying more on Castile’s death.
News that Pence is suspending his re-election bid in Indiana to become Donald Trump’s running mate Thursday brings a history of pro-Second Amendment initiatives to the campaign.
In recent days, actor and activist George Takei has founded One Pulse for America while Connecticut Democrat U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy kicked off the Fund to End Gun Violence.
As official statements have excluded one of the most hot-button pieces of information, some have leapt at the opportunity to fill in the blanks with often agenda-driven speculation.