The man who put an end to a church shooting in Tennessee after retrieving his own gun praised police and first responders as heroes on Sunday.
Not long ago, on a summer afternoon, I found myself in Las Vegas with nothing much to do. My flight back home wasn’t until the next day. The $20 I was willing to throw away on gambling didn’t last as long, so I needed something to do. Luckily, over the last decade or so, Las Vegas has become the machine gun capital of the world. A Mecca of hot lead unloaded at a blistering pace. There’s at least half a dozen places where you can rent some full-auto fun. There’s no other town I’m aware of that has more than one. There’s only one place, however, located right on the strip. It’s tucked nicely into the shadow of the Stratosphere: The Strip Gun Club.
Protesters who were assaulted after disrupting a speech by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan in New York City said on Friday they believed Erdogan’s bodyguards were among those who beat them.
The White House on Wednesday denied President Trump apologized to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan for indictments filed against Turkish security personnel for their role in attacking protesters in Washington, D.C., in May.
One of the nation’s leading gun-control advocacy groups announced plans on Friday to spend upwards of $1 million in the upcoming Virginia gubernatorial and attorney general races even though a similar spending effort failed to flip control of the state senate in 2015.
A bill that would reform silencer regulations and add certain protections for gun owners and hunters passed out of a committee in the House of Representatives on Wednesday.
August 2017 saw more gun-related background checks than any other August on record, documents released Wednesday show.
A poll released on Thursday found Americans rate gun policy as a top issue in elections and fear the potential for the government to overreach with new gun-control measures.
A new poll published on Thursday found more Americans report having a gun in their home than ever before.
A federal judge ruled on Monday that a lawsuit against Maryland’s law requiring a license to purchase a handgun could move forward after denying the bulk of the state’s dismissal request.