When the National Rifle Association needed more legal firepower in New York state last year, the gun rights group brought aboard an unlikely lawyer: a Democrat who had no experience in Second Amendment
Alexis Wilson was working an afternoon shift at the local Pizza Inn in McAlester, Okla., on Sunday, when she pulled a co-worker aside to boast about her new gun. The slight 18-year-old with large brown
Authorities in Seattle released video on Saturday of a suspect fleeing after a shooting at a downtown light rail station the day before left one man dead and two wounded. The Seattle Police Department
Greg Hunter Walmart banned open carry and I know why. I paid attention when I carried my gun around.
Carrying a weapon every day, I learned something that I wish more gun owners knew: Having one on you at all times isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Walmart announced last week that they no longer welcome
145 CEOs Just Wrote To Congress In Support of Gun Control. Two Sons of Teachers Chose a More Shocking Route
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. I tend to think that more of something that can kill people is rarely a good thing. But please,
The White House is preparing to roll out its plan to reduce gun violence next week, even as President Trump remains conflicted behind the scenes on what provisions he will ultimately support and Senate
The chief executives of 145 U.S. companies pressed Senate leaders to expand background checks to all firearms sales and enact stronger “red flag” laws, marking the latest push by corporate America to Congress
“The president needs to step up here and set some guidelines for what he would do,” Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” The subject was gun control, and the choice of words was
If a Democrat is elected president next year, we’re certain to get a series of legislative proposals to address gun violence, all of which will be opposed by the gun lobby and most if not all Republicans
Americans of both parties overwhelmingly support ‘red flag’ laws, expanded background checks for gun buyers, Washington News
Americans across party and demographic lines overwhelmingly support expanded background checks for gun buyers and allowing law enforcement to temporarily seize weapons from troubled individuals, according
Major U.S. Stores Are Asking Customers To Stop Openly Carrying Weapons—But Can They Actually Enforce a Restriction on Guns?
Supermarket and pharmacy chains across the U.S. have begun asking customers to not openly carry firearms in their stores, including in states where open carry is legal. It’s a trend that appears to have