Road rage incidents involving firearms have more than doubled since 2014, our analysis shows.
A Combat Vet’s Photo Diary of America’s Most Famous Machine Gun Shoot Captures Dazzling Explosions and Searing Rage
For former soldier Alex Flynn, the sounds and sights of the Knob Creek Range stirred dark memories — and some new fears.
Keith Maitland’s film weaves together archival footage and animation to show how the University of Texas sniper attack of August 1, 1966 unfolded, in real time.
Too Many Americans Are Ignoring Most Obvious Cause of the Shooting Epidemic, British Journalist Says
Gary Younge profiled 10 'achingly normal' young people shot to death on the same day.
Some are collectors with elaborately curated selections of historical firearms, while others are "just accumulators." They say it is surprisingly easy to get to 17.
An Arizona artist's provocative images bring Civil War-era technology to the range.
After my daddy died, I wanted nothing to do with his guns. Years later, they’ve revealed a connection that we never had the chance to enjoy in life.
After the assassination of three American icons, a group of mad men launched a no-holds-barred campaign in support of a landmark gun control bill.
Backers of a Mississippi bill extending Stand Your Ground to houses of worship are the latest gun-owning Christians to claim the support of scripture, but their views may have more earthly origins.
When falling holiday bullets end lives.
Research and personal experience show that guns are unlikely to be a deterrent to theft — and may even encourage it.