The gun-injury estimate released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week is less reliable than it has been over the last 15 years.
Dick’s Sporting Goods said during an earnings call on Tuesday that it plans to remove firearms and ammunition from 125 of its stores in the coming year and will remove them from more stores over the next few years.
Kentucky became the latest state to adopt a permitless gun-carry system when Republican governor Matt Bevin signed Senate Bill 150 into law on Monday.
On Friday, a federal judge denied Massachusetts attorney general Maura Healey’s (D.) request that a suit filed against her decision to unilaterally redefine “assault weapons” be stayed.
California’s backlog of criminals illegally in possession of firearms has grown to a record level, a report released by Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Friday shows.
Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt (R.) signed a bill into law on Wednesday that eliminated permitting requirements for concealed gun carry inside the state.
The House of Representatives passed new gun-control legislation on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation said on Monday violent crime dropped across the country in 2018.
A federal judge denied a request to block President Trump’s unilateral ban on bump-fire stocks pending further litigation on Monday night.
A 79-year-old Georgia woman is safe after firing two shots at a 20-year-old man who broke into her house last week.