A legal scholar breaks down the significance of a challenge to New York City’s strict gun permitting process.
The latest chapter in the extended legal battle could — emphasis on could — puncture the gun industry's immunity from lawsuits.
Will Mackie has spent years prosecuting violations of U.S. sanctions and international arms embargoes.
The National Rifle Association, and its lawyers, draw a line straight from the…
The Florida Loophole That Lets Thousands of People Banned From Guns Get Away With Lying on Background Checks
A bill to give the state a tool to crack down on "lie-and-try" gun buyers awaits action from lawmakers.
Washington Has Reported 150 Denied Gun Buyers to Law Enforcement Since Adoption of “Lie and Try” Law
Since the law took effect in July, 152 people who failed a gun background check were referred to local police for criminal investigation.
The NRA’s “Self-Defense” Insurance Is Under Investigation in New York. Here’s What Regulators Are Probing.
A controversial insurance program launched by the National Rifle Association is now under…
When it crosses over into "going armed to the terror of the public" — and breaks a centuries-old law that may give local governments a new tool for managing violent demonstrations.
Lawsuit argues that armed protestors acted as 'members of a fighting force,' not as individuals exercising their Second Amendment rights.
The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has declined…