U.S. Rep. David Cicilline announced three measures Tuesday to establish National ASK Day, expand background check data and close fire sale loopholes.
On the cusp of a Presidential bid, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) late Monday announced that the state’s gun purchase and permitting laws would be under official review.
Law enforcement want exemptions to a planned ordinance that would force law-abiding Los Angeles gun owners to secure their firearms when not in use or risk a fine and possible imprisonment.
The “King of Instagram” came correct in the past week on a globe trotting debut into 2016 politics, throwing his hat into the ring to be the next resident in the White House.
Sen. Chuck Schumer is calling for a host of new measures from background checks to magazine bans in the wake of the attack on a church in South Carolina.
Two Mississippi men had the long arm of the law reach out for them following an incident while open carrying that led to the evacuation of a Wal-Mart.
With the high court’s latest ruling on same-sex marriages, some contend the decision could lead to national CCW reciprocity, using the same argument.
Gov. Peter Shumlin (D) signed a Fish and Wildlife bill last week that included language to legalize suppressors and repeal one of the oldest bans in the nation on the devices.
A federal appeals court breathed new life into a case challenging the ban on gun sales to Americans living abroad.
The neighbor said they never had a problem with the man in the last 11 years and she was shocked to discover they were the targets for the explosive.