An opinion handed down in a Pennsylvania appeals court threatens a law that gunmakers have long used as a shield against wrongful-death suits.
As a Supreme Court justice, Amy Coney Barrett is likely to push a “history and tradition” standard for gun cases — a test that some gun restrictions might not survive.
The conservative justices have shied away from taking another major Second Amendment case. The successor to Ruth Bader Ginsburg could change that.
Debate is brewing about the constitutionality of limiting gun rights during the coronavirus pandemic.
As open carry becomes more popular for gun rights supporters, questions swirl about First Amendment protections for unarmed demonstrators.
A pair of lawsuits threatens to erode the special legal immunity that gun manufacturers, distributors, and dealers enjoy. Here’s the federal law they’re taking on.
The arrest of a white supremacist cell before the Richmond gun rally shows how extremist motives are colliding with easy access to ghost guns, homemade silencers, and unregulated tactical accessories.
Many observers thought the oral arguments suggested a skepticism among a majority of justices about the petititoners claim against a New York City gun restriction.
A constitutional scholar explains the challenge to a New York City gun restriction — and its potential to affect the right to bear arms more broadly.
When the Supreme Court declined to take up the case, it allowed the legal battle to play out in Connecticut. There are potentially huge implications for the gun industry, which is currently shielded from most legal claims.
The gun group asked the ATF to weigh in on checks for residents without the state's new REAL ID. The answer prompted a change they now oppose.