In a jailhouse interview, the leader of the Malheur occupation tells a 'Frontline' documentary that there wouldn’t have been an insurrection if his group hadn’t been well-armed.
An influential Second Amendment lawyer sees a Supreme Court pick primed to extend Constitutional protections to guns carried in public spaces.
Miami Republican Anitere Flores may spell doom for campus and open carry in the Sunshine State, but she voted to make it easier for self-defense shooters to avoid prosecution.
The Fourth Circuit decision is the first to expressly reject a right to bear an AR-15 or other "weapons of war."
Proposals to repeal training and license requirements for carrying firearms in public are gaining steam — no thanks to the NRA, say the activists behind the movement.
Guns are everywhere in my neighborhood. I want my community to know what bullets can do — and how they can exercise their rights.
The invite-only group of lawmakers gleefully defied GOP leaders to defeat the terror gap bill.
Its call for the party to bar all armed security from its Philadelphia gathering makes for punchy rhetoric, but wobbly logic.
The landmark Heller decision is on safer ground than the NRA says.
Ken Cuccinelli’s practice is part of a growing number of law firms offering the controversial service.
The 2008 Heller decision left lots of room for gun regulation. For its namesake, that meant the war had just begun.
Prominent legal scholar says controversial vote may just be evidence of Supreme Court nominee's respect for precedent.