Following the Justice Department releasing baseline standards for smart guns and pushback from gun lobbyists, The New York Times editorial board is asking: “why not smart guns in this high-tech era?”
Among the items on Trump’s agenda are to overturn any “unconstitutional” executive orders issued by Obama and to work on a replacement for Antonin Scalia.
With two days until Election Day, FBI Director James Comey sent a letter to Congress Sunday telling them Hillary Clinton will not face any new criminal charges.
President Barack Obama levied a warning against investigators and prosecutors, saying that law enforcement agents should not insert themselves into the presidential election.
Police departments are having a hard time acquiring this kind of equipment because critics claim it damages police-community relations.
After shooting off at Obama, Duterte turned his attention toward the European Union, saying, “Better choose purgatory, hell is filled up.”
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and national anti-gun groups called for action Monday to close a “loophole” that allows terror suspects to legally purchase weapons.
After a shootout with police Monday, the man suspected of detonating explosives in New York City and at a Marine Corps charity run in New Jersey this weekend was apprehended.
A Tennessee veteran was arrested Friday for threatened to kill two Hawaii lawmakers he had connected to the misuse of his social security number.
Duterte cited fears that the presence of U.S. forces in the country could interfere with their own operations against ISIS.