For the first time, long-term trends in the enactment of gun safety laws can be compared between states. The evidence suggests firearm laws are becoming better at protecting the gun industry from liability rather than protecting the lives of innocent civilians from guns.
ISIS published an article titled "Just Terror Tactics" that, in part, describes how fighters can obtain weapons in the U.S.
The cyclists are riding with their backs to Congress this year to protest lawmakers not passing measures to reduce gun violence.
Giffords and other Democrats met on Capitol Hill Wednesday, just days after President Trump addressed thousands of NRA members.
A study has found that even those who own guns favor placing restrictions on where law-abiding citizens can carry firearms.
The more the administration heats up its paranoid rhetoric, the more Americans feel embattled.
For years, national reciprocity has been a top priority for the National Rifle Association.
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.
Under a new Arkansas law, colleges will be able to decide whether fans bring guns to athletic events.
A bill recently passed by the House would endanger more vets by removing them from the background check system, the author writes.
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.
A shooting survivor urges Americans to stand firmly against the NRA's "guns everywhere, for anyone, no questions asked" agenda.
Critics say the attorney general is ignoring empirical evidence on sentencing with instructions to U.S. prosecutors to federalize cases involving violent offenders.
A congresswoman from Florida takes a step toward eliminating a decades-old ban on gun-violence research.
On International Women's Day, we can't afford to talk about domestic violence without talking about guns, the author writes.