Following a terrorist attack on U.S. service members this month, a petition has begun to allow members of the Coast Guard Auxiliary to carry firearms while in uniform
Capitol Hill Republicans are demanding Secretary of Defense Ash Carter make changes to the policy of prohibiting personal firearms on Department of Defense property.
Triggered by a recent attack on U.S. service members, a national gun control group is offering a solution in the form of reducing the pool of people eligible to buy guns
Economist Dr. John Lott argues that government mandated gun free zones are to blame for the high body count in an attack at a military recruiting station.
A report released Wednesday by the Crime Prevention Research Center holds the number of permit holders in the country at an all-time high, topping 12.8 million.
Gun control organizations are calling on a national sporting goods retailer to change how it conducts firearms sales in cases of NICS background check delays.
In response to Australia being cited as a model of gun control by the president and others, the National Rifle Association paints the experiment on the island continent as a disaster.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) and state lawmakers have agreed to change parts of the draconian NY SAFE Act in relation to ammunition sales.
A bill that will allow Sunday hunting in the Tar Heel State earned Gov. Pat McCrory’s signature this week, though some restrictions will still be in place.
A move to recall Democratic House Majority Leader Val Hoyle over issues to include passage of gun control legislation, halted this week as the lawmaker announced she was stepping down.