Hello, Bulletin readers. A report from the FBI released yesterday has some insights into the qualities…
The best recent calculations range from 265 million to 393 million. Here's why we don't have an official count.
In today's briefing: Officials in New Jersey are flexing policy muscles rarely used to curb the flow of guns. A judge rails against the FBI over its failure to bolster the federal gun background check system. And a new study looks at the prevalence of murder-suicide by gun in America.
“The point is to demonstrate that as local officials, we’re not helpless," a Piscataway, New Jersey, council member said. "We can use our authority."
Good morning, Bulletin readers. The latest episode of our podcast collaboration is now out. In it, a…
After a group of men opened fire on her and her friends in Washington, D.C., Ra’Shauna Brown had nightmares about being shot. One of the ways she took back control was to buy and master guns of her own.
In today's briefing: The latest example of financial firms getting tough with the gun industry. Reverberations continue for two of the first banks to enter the polarizing gun debate after Parkland.
In a lawsuit, Slide Fire accuses Merrick Bank of holding its money "hostage." The financial institution says it had to hedge its risk.
Hello, readers. Lots of state legislative news for you today as…
Hello, readers. Students turned out yesterday – the two-year anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting –…