Sheriff David Clarke said his appointment at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is still on track, said it would require him to take a step back from the spotlight, and responded to criticism of deaths at the prison he oversees in an exclusive interview with the Washington Free Beacon on Thursday.
The Illinois House Judiciary Committee voted in favor of a bill that would create strict new regulations for gun dealers on Tuesday.
The Turkish embassy blamed protesters Thursday for Turkish security officials’ attack in Washington, D.C., despite video evidence that contradicts their claims.
District of Columbia police chief Peter Newsham said Wednesday that diplomatic immunity may limit what the city can do to hold Turkish officials accountable for their role in a Tuesday attack on protesters outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence.
Virginia Democrats are fighting over their gun-control records in the lead up to next month’s gubernatorial primary election.
The Department of Justice charged a California man on Thursday with dealing heroin, illegally manufacturing machine guns, and illegally selling those same guns.
A Texas man thwarted masked armed home invaders on Tuesday, saving his family in the process.
Gun rights activists praised President Trump’s new judicial nominees on Wednesday.
Chris Cox, the executive director of the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action, shared the group’s view of where things stand at the state level as part of an exclusive interview with the Washington Free Beacon, which also touched on President Trump’s first hundred days and the prospects for federal gun-rights legislation.
At the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting in Atlanta, Chris Cox, executive director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, and Alan Gottlieb, founder and vice president of the Second Amendment Foundation, spoke with the Washington Free Beacon in an exclusive interview, the first part of which you can read here.