Conservative Supreme Court justices side with gun control advocates
The same conservative majority that handed down the largest expansion of gun rights in more than a decade last year, denied to block an assault weapons ban.
Texas mall shooting sees at least nine killed, including gunman
The mass shooting at an outlet mall injured at least seven others, officials said.
Kari Lake posts defiant "come and take it" gun message days after shooting
The Republican candidate for Arizona governor in 2022 goaded a gun control activist just three days after a school shooting in Nashville, Tennessee.
NRA scores two big gun rights wins within 24 hours of Nashville shooting
The gun lobby celebrated the news that progress on a Colorado assault weapons ban had stalled and a Nebraska concealed carry bill was close to becoming law.
Covenant School shooter Audrey Hale eyed a second target, police say
Nashville Police Chief John Drake told reporters that Hale had mentioned another location but found that the target had "too much security."
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.
Lauren Boebert issues warning over Discover's gun-related tracking plan
Discover will become the first credit card distributor to use newly established merchant codes to flag when purchases are made at gun retailers.
Lakeland mass shooting shines spotlight on Ron DeSantis' gun views
Florida's legislature introduced a bill that would allow carrying a concealed gun without a permit the same day 10 people were injured in a drive-by shooting.
NRA failing to get members to donate to their political arm
"The NRA has been thriving for over 150 years but will likely not survive to the end of this year," former board member Rocky Marshall said.
Supreme Court's most controversial rulings this year
Justice Neil Gorsuch recenty warned in a dissenting opinion that the Court shouldn't be used as "policymakers of last resort."
DeSantis running out of time to fulfill promise to expand gun rights
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis pledged to enact permitless carry before his time in office was through. Will it happen in the next session?
Immigration Gives Greg Abbott Lead Over Beto O'Rourke in Texas: Poll
Independent voters in Texas care more about immigration than abortion, according to a new analysis.
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.
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.
California Gun Owners' Info Exposed, Here's Who Is Affected
Personal information, including concealed carry weapons holders' full names, date of birth and home addresses could be accessed.
Democrats' Fearmongering About SCOTUS Gun Rights Decision Is Baseless
The doomsayers don't have history on their side.
GOP Rep. Says Mass Shootings From Arrows Could Happen if Guns Are Banned
Warren Davidson of Ohio has faced criticism for saying mass shootings may still continue if guns are banned if individuals used arrows in the attacks.
Dave Portnoy Condemns Roe v. Wade Ruling: 'This Is Just Pure Insanity'
After the Court's decision, Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy said President Joe Biden is "borderline incompetent" but voting for Republicans is "dangerous."
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.
Lauren Boebert Misspells 'America' in Tweet on Preserving Country's Rights
"If you vote for gun control, you are not on the side of Ameirca," she wrote.
Are Gun Deaths Higher in Democratic-Controlled Areas?
Marjorie Taylor Greene, among others, questioned the effectiveness of gun control in Blue states following Uvalde. Newsweek's Fact Check team explores the claim.
A 1,000% Tax on Assault Weapons Would Have Made Uvalde Shooter's Gun $18K
Democratic Representative Don Beyer introduced a bill that would impose a 1,000 percent tax on assault-style weapons.
Did AR-15 Sales Surge After Uvalde? What We Do Know, What We Don't
The aftermath of the Uvalde school shooting has drawn focus toward the sale and regulation of the gun used to commit the atrocity: The AR-15 rifle.
Kyle Rittenhouse Ripped for Posting Video Firing Gun: Come 'Take 'em, Joe'
Rittenhouse's display was denounced by several prominent figures, including a current lawmaker and a former member of Congress.
Biden Wouldn't Back Trudeau-Style Handgun Ban in U.S.: White House
The White House said it would "leave it up to other countries to set their policy on gun ownership" but that the U.S. would not introduce a handgun ban.
Trudeau's Gun Ban Would Have 'No Chance' Under U.S. Constitution: Expert
"The idea of handgun prohibition is nowhere near the political agenda in the mainstream in the United States," said a Duke University law professor.
Former Trump Ally Calls on Gun Owners to Push Republican Senators on Reform
Former congressman Joe Walsh said gun reform would not happen unless "passionate Second Amendment people like me, get off of our ass and pressure [the GOP]."
Wayne LaPierre 'a Liability' to the NRA—Seb Gorka
"With him in the chair, the NRA, it's become a dormant organization. He's a liability," the former Trump adviser said.
Fox News Host Confronts GOP's Mo Brooks With Polling Data About Gun Reform
"A majority of Americans...are in favor of stricter gun laws," journalist Sandra Smith told the GOP lawmaker, who is a strong Second Amendment supporter.
Gun Owners Flood Twitter With Pleas For New Laws After Uvalde Shooting
Some gun owners pointed out the ease in purchasing firearms and noted that there is a lack of proper background checks and verification of personal information.