A pair of former special agents with a Department of Defense law enforcement agency told the Washington Free Beacon they complained about breakdowns in information sharing between the military and the FBI decades ago but were ignored. The ignored warnings combined with multiple inspector general reports paint a picture of a decades-long failure by the …
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On Thursday, NBC News botched the details of whether the recent California shooter was able to legally possess or manufacture firearms.
A bipartisan group of senators introduced a bill designed to address failures in the FBI’s gun background check system on Thursday.
Former congresswoman Gabby Giffords’s gun control group released a report on Wednesday warning of the dangers of muzzle loading rifles, a number of other firearms, and some firearms accessories and calling for new gun control measures targeting the devices.
USA Today warned Americans on Wednesday of the possibility that a chainsaw bayonet could be strapped to an AR-15 rifle.
In the wake of the church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Tex., a number of media outlets misled their audience on the Trump administration’s reversal of a mental health-related gun regulation from late in the Obama administration.
The Air Force announced on Monday that it did not share records on the Texas church shooter’s 2012 domestic-violence-related court-martial with the FBI’s firearms background-check system, allowing him to pass numerous background checks over several years to obtain at least four firearms.
Government officials have yet to fully explain how the man who murdered dozens of people in a church in Sutherland Springs, Tex., obtained his firearms despite a 2012 domestic violence conviction.