Kathrine Switzer, 70, the first woman to officially compete in the Boston Marathon, will be among an estimated 13,700 racing on Monday.
Despite the 2008 “Heller” case, the Supreme Court has not yet ruled on the right to carry a gun outside of the home.
Everytown is threatening to hold elected officials responsible for their gun votes during their 2018 election races.
The 54-year-old devout Christian says his faith led him to believe he has a duty to help women in need.
The decision paves the way for future Supreme Court nominees to advance without having to clear the 60-vote threshold.
How the new allegations could affect the judge’s confirmation chances depends on who you ask.
A vote on the judge’s Supreme Court confirmation is expected Friday.
Under a new Arkansas law, colleges will be able to decide whether fans bring guns to athletic events.
Chuck Schumer and other Democrats are urging Republicans to choose another Supreme Court nominee.
Survivors and victims’ families are suing the federal government, claiming it botched Dylann Roof’s gun background check.
Twelve states now allow their residents to carry concealed firearms without permits.
Indiana lawmakers’ attempt to round Pi to 3.2 and a Pi world record are among the things you probably don’t know about Pi Day.
Amy Krouse Rosenthal recently penned a dating profile essay for her husband, in anticipation of her death.
A Senate seat would allow the movie star to get closer—geographically, anyway—to his recent tormentor, President Donald Trump.
A congresswoman from Florida takes a step toward eliminating a decades-old ban on gun-violence research.
The Kentucky senator reintroduced legislation that Republicans put on former President Obama’s desk last year.
Trump’s attorney general steps aside from potential probes following the news of his pre-election meetings with the Russian ambassador.
The court found that military-style assault weapons and large-capacity magazines are not protected under the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms.
During a feisty press conference, the president claimed that his administration is running like a “fine-tuned machine.”