Gov. Jack Markell (D) last week signed legislation expanding mandatory gun relinquishment in cases of misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.
A national gun control group on Monday sent a list of five proposed new regulations to the White House they contend can be mandated without Congress.
An add-on to the 2016 NDAA includes a plan to transfer the U.S. Army’s remaining stock of .45 ACP 1911A1 pistols to the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
The New York Police Department released their annual firearms discharge report for 2014 on Thursday and noted an overall decline in incidents.
With three guns stolen from the cars of police officers in recent weeks, including one used in a high-profile murder, a San Francisco lawmaker seeks change.
Virginia’s governor and attorney general were on hand Wednesday at the state capitol to back a list of recommendations from gun control advocates.
A security guard employed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff allegedly purchased a gun from a licensed dealer on behalf of a friend who later used it in a murder.
Reports from the first public forum on how to implement mandated campus carry at the University of Texas were that most speakers were against it.
Vice Principal Ryan Rollinger rushed to the take on a 16-year-old student who had just shot the principal of a South Dakota high school Wednesday.
Despite promised legal action by gun groups, the Missoula City Council this week voted for a public hearing on requiring background checks on private gun sales.