The Trace first reported the false claim made by attorney William Brewer III.
The gun-industry’s favorite researcher has long argued that more guns equal less crime.
The semiautomatic pistols made popular by the modern U.S. gun industry are the weapons most often used in mass-casualty rampages.
The activist investors say Smith & Wesson’s reluctance to examine the role of guns in violence hurts the company’s bottom line.
A fourth state is now investigating whether the National Rifle Association’s Carry Guard…
New research contends that a surge in handgun production and possession propelled murder rates in American cites — until new restrictions on firearms reversed the trendlines.
Hired by the National Rifle Association to bring the force of law against…
Before the gun group tapped William A. Brewer III for a pair of high-stakes legal battles, he was fined for attempting to improperly influence potential jurors and witnesses in Texas.
Following New York’s Lead, Washington State Will Investigate the NRA’s Controversial Insurance Products
The state’s insurance commissioner is investigating whether the NRA's Carry Guard insurance violates state law.
Lockton, the insurance broker behind the NRA’s Carry Guard program, argued in a court filing that the organization’s “inflammatory marketing” made it an inevitable pariah.