Man wields AR-15 near school bus stop to protest gun laws
The man said he was protesting against Gov. Wes Moore's recently introduced gun safety measures.
Texas mall shooting sees at least nine killed, including gunman
The mass shooting at an outlet mall injured at least seven others, officials said.
Ron DeSantis has a big problem with women voters, new poll shows
National female voters are not too fond of DeSantis' policies regarding guns, abortion and education-based initiatives.
Raphael Warnock issues stark warning on gun violence after Atlanta shooting
"It's only a matter of time that this kind of tragedy comes knocking on your door," the Georgia senator said in a passionate speech.
White House pushes gun laws, ignores immigration after Texas shooting
Oropeza was deported from the U.S. on at least four different occasions, with his first removal occurring in March 2009.
Who is Francisco Oropeza? Police hunt Texas mass shooting suspect
Five people, including an 8-year-old child, were killed "execution style" after a complaint about the suspect's gunfire, sheriff's officials said.
Louisville mass shooting vigil expected to draw gun control protests
A vigil commemorating the victims of Monday's attack would "acknowledge the wounds, physical and emotional, that gun violence leaves," the city's mayor said.
Louisville Mayor Craig Greenberg slams Kentucky gun laws
Greenberg, a Democrat, decried state law which allows for the weapon used by the Louisville shooter to be auctioned to the public.
Texas governor faces Republican pressure over Daniel Perry's conviction
Perry, a 33-year-old Army sergeant, shot and killed 28-year-old Garrett Foster in the summer of 2020 during a protest against police brutality.
Tennessee Republican says Justin Jones "wanted to be kicked out"
GOP Representative Bryan Richey said ousted Tennessee Democrat Justin Jones "didn't care" if the Republican voted for his expulsion.
There Is No Firm, Sustained Support for Gun Control
If people really are a danger to themselves or others, simply taking away their guns is not a serious solution to prevent suicide or harm.
Should there be a maximum age restriction for buying a gun?
A majority of respondents to a Newsweek poll are in support of having a maximum age restriction on the purchase of firearms.
Lauren Boebert dismayed Americans only own 46 percent of world's firearms
Boebert also criticized a new regulation from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives during a Special Order speech in the House Wednesday.
Gun Laws Have Disproportionate Impact on Black Communities
You can't pass laws saying that we don't want black people owning guns, but now they do it in a way that's a lot more subtle.
Illinois advances "one of the strongest assault weapons bans" in the U.S.
"We are making Illinois' gun laws a model for the nation," top leaders said in a statement.
We Can Act to Protect Ourselves Against Gun Violence
We should stop treating perpetrators as unpredictable criminals, and instead respond to them as people who are in crisis and need intervention.
Walmart shooter vowed to make people "remember his name": Lawsuit
The plaintiff in the lawsuit worked under Andre Bing and said she was harassed about her looks, gender and socioeconomic status on multiple occasions.
Youngkin faces pressure on gun laws after second state shooting this month
Gun control activists urged the Virginia governor to address gun violence after the second high-profile shooting in the state in less than two weeks.
Marjorie Taylor Greene blames Democrats for Paul Pelosi attack
Greene partly blamed Democratic immigration policy, saying stricter laws would have stopped David DePape, who is from Canada, from breaking into Pelosi's home.
'Music Midtown' Festival Cancels Event Amid Georgia Gun Ruling
State law prevents some entities from banning firearms on public land, presenting potential headaches for music festivals, which traditionally do so for safety.
Gun Violence Starts with Inequity. Let's Start There
Black and brown communities are literally dying because they're being systemically denied economic opportunity.
Good Guys With Guns May Be Heroes—But They're Not Our Solution
By not proactively keeping guns away from the "bad guys," gun death and injury is now a public health epidemic. But it doesn't have to be this way.
Why 'Hero' Who Killed Indiana Mall Shooter Will Avoid Legal Issues
"While the mall had a policy not allowing guns within the mall, that prohibition likely does not constitute––alone––a violation of the law," a former federal prosecutor told Newsweek.
The 'Dub C & CJ Mac Show' Turns Serious to Focus on Gun Violence
Podcast hosts Dub C and CJ Mac said they were using their platform to highlight the disastrous effects of gun violence on families and communities.
Fact Check: Joe Biden Says Guns Are Biggest Killer of American Children
U.S. President Joe Biden, speaking about new gun laws, was also heckled by a shooting victim's family.
Joe Biden Tells Parkland Dad Who Interrupted Gun Speech to 'Let Me Finish'
"Sit down. You'll hear what I have to say," the president told Manuel Oliver. "Let me finish my thought."
Mass Shootings and SSRI Meds Claims—What We Do Know, What We Don't
Tucker Carlson and Marjorie Taylor Greene both discussed antidepressants after Highland Park. Newsweek Fact Check explores what is behind the narrative.
A New Approach to Prevent Gun Violence
Cultural campaigns can't change gun violence overnight. But if we can reduce the number of young people who choose to buy and carry guns, over time, we can chip away at daily gun violence.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Asks if Robert Crimo Shooting Was a Gun Control Push
The Georgia congresswoman has peddled other conspiracy theories in the past regarding Sandy Hook, Parkland and September 11.
Keith Olbermann Slammed for Twitter Rant on Dissolving Supreme Court
"It has become necessary to dissolve the Supreme Court of the United States," an angry Olbermann tweeted following a Court decision on gun laws.