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The supercharged version Republican lawmakers are pushing adds an extra layer of protection for gun owners who kill while claiming self defense.
Even before the death of Antonin Scalia, lower courts and policymakers were operating in limbo on significant issues such as assault weapons bans.
In a Supreme Court case where convicted domestic abusers want their gun rights restored, the Justice raised concerns about protecting the Second Amendment.
“This is a really simple concept. If you threaten a black family because of their race, you shouldn't be allowed to buy a gun," its sponsor says.
America has come a long way in treating all domestic violence as serious. To get their firearm rights back, two men from Maine are making an argument which threatens that progress.
The justice didn’t just believe in an individual's right to bear arms. He also practiced it avidly.
A peculiar bill in Tennessee promotes concealed carry by upending longstanding theories of liability.
Thousands of malfunctioning firearms have been sold since guns were exempted from safety regulations by the Consumer Protection Act.
Coping with myriad physical and mental traumas, gunshot victims look to raise money for wheelchair vans, rehab bicycles, and therapy dogs.
A pair of 2013 cases highlights how the vagaries of being "engaged in the business" of selling firearms have hampered law enforcement.
So he blasted his fellow insiders for aiding the black market in this forgotten trade magazine op-ed.
A 2014 Supreme Court case illustrates how a single vote could have meant a different outcome for the man who bought guns for the San Bernardino shooters.
The 41st president’s iconoclastic brand of Republicanism led him to take a stand against the gun group's rhetoric of fear.
The men bringing the case argue that firearms bans should not apply to abusers who get carried away in the heat of a dispute.
Seeking a new route around the gun industry's legal immunity, a Missouri lawsuit targets a pawn shop's alleged recklessness.