After the San Bernardino mass shooting, state lawmakers adopted a package of firearms restrictions. Two of the most significant reforms have been delayed.
What the Bronx Hospital Shooting Does (and Doesn’t) Tell Us About New York’s Strict Assault Weapons Ban
It’s not about what the gun looks like — it’s how many rounds it holds.
Congress considers doing away with an 83-year-old restriction on devices that make firearms quieter.
The NRA-backed Greg Gianforte, Montana's new congressman, could also lose his right to carry a concealed weapon in his home state.
Illinois lawmakers are considering a bill that proponents say could stem the flow of illegal weapons into Chicago.
Ryan Zinke's first act was to reverse Obama's last-minute ban on the use of toxic bullets in national wildlife refuges.
National concealed carry 'reciprocity' is a top NRA priority.
Ten states have already eliminated the requirement that gun owners obtain a permit before carrying a firearm in public.
The Fourth Circuit decision is the first to expressly reject a right to bear an AR-15 or other "weapons of war."
A federal appeals court has thrown out the controversial 'Docs vs. Glocks' law.