News and notes on guns in America
The confessed Russian agent told an Israeli audience in 2013 that her gun rights group had a deal with the NRA.
She has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Plus: Mother Jones and The Trace uncovered more photos of Maria Butina’s boss with NRA leaders — including at an NRA fundraiser.
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A Scrappy California Crime Lab Is Cracking More Gun Cases — Thanks to Technology Bigger Agencies Misuse
The Unchecked Influence of NRA Lobbyist Marion Hammer
Florida Republicans have allowed the relentless pro-gun operator to become a de facto member of government.
The CDC Says Gun Injuries Are on the Rise. But There Are Big Problems With Its Data.
The agency has more confidence in its estimates of BB gun injuries.
Trump and the gun group used the same consultants to spearhead their TV ad blitzes at the height of the 2016 election, likely in violation of federal law.
Here’s what you need to know about NRA-backed pre-emption laws, which limit local regulation of firearms.
We set out to determine how domestic killers in South Carolina got their guns. Instead, we found evidence of a widespread breakdown of critical crime-fighting intel.
The gun group’s latest tax filings disclose a wealth of new details, including generous executive benefits amid a growing cash crunch and mysterious payments to a former official.
Last year, a third of Philadelphia's shooting victims arrived at a trauma center in the back of a cop car. We asked other cities why they haven't embraced the practice.
A vocal group of doctors is pushing physicians groups to stop contributing to candidates supported by the National Rifle Association.