The shot grazed his leg. He was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The filmmaker wants to repeal the Second Amendment. And he's not the only one.
The president's comments strike a nerve in the fraught discussion of mental illness in mass shootings.
A 22-year-old appropriation-bill rider has kept the government from funding research that could inform gun policy.
"Are we really prepared to say that we're powerless in the face of such carnage, that the politics are too hard?" Obama said after Sandy Hook. Trump agreed.
Dean Randy Hollerith has said Trump's directives are "un-Christian" and do not advance "Christian values."
The gun lobby still declines to say whether Yanez should have been acquitted.
A university spokesman tells Newsweek that an employee left the gun unattended in a bathroom on campus.
The woman said she only realized the bullets were in her bag after she arrived at an airport in Tokyo.
New research sheds light on which children have greater access to guns and are most likely to use them. The results are alarming.
As mass shootings become more common, the FBI has endorsed a training program for first responders—one that recommends civilians keep their guns holstered.
Los Angeles County should right a terrible wrong and pay up the damages in full.
The Wear Orange campaign has achieved some success going state by state.
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.
Police captured a man who allegedly stole more than a dozen firearms and mailed the president an anti-government, anti-religion manifesto.
The suspect, said to be known to police and intelligence, had wounded an officer during a routine check before arriving at the airport.
Kim Jong Un's reign has been one of "terror", say South Korean Intelligence Service.
Mikhail Kalashnikov will be honored in same way as Anton Chekhov and Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
Teen gunman who killed nine lived in a society with extensive gun control measures.
Certain features in the "typical mass shooter" have been identified but more investigation is needed.