Several favor ending firearms restrictions for the mentally ill, abusers, and on college campuses, but a few of the president elect's other selections have more ambiguous Second Amendment views.
But after a lawsuit brought by family members of Sandy Hook victims was tossed out, a judge leaves the door open for appeal.
Some of Trump’s ‘Second Amendment People’ Already Believe They Have the Right to Fight Government Tyranny with Guns
Duke constitutional law professor Darrell Miller explains "insurrectionist theory."
To reverse a sharp decline in firearm convictions, New York City is pursuing another experiment with specialized gun courts. But making illegal weapons charges stick can be vexingly hard to do.
One of the petitioner’s 14 convictions was for slapping his girlfriend so hard that she hit the floor.
The legal move is their latest effort to avoid revealing industry secrets.
Tucson braces for legal battle in wake of new state law.
Victims’ families have claimed a “huge victory” in their fight to hold Bushmaster liable for the massacre. But legal experts say the ruling doesn’t address the case’s biggest hurdle.
In 2005, Sanders voted for a law that gives the firearms industry immunity from lawsuits. He still supports it.
A Major Straw Purchasing Case Against Gander Mountain Hopes to Provide a Playbook for Cracking the Gun Industry’s Legal Immunity
Lawyers for slain firefighters seek to use the gun industry’s own guidelines to hold careless sellers accountable.
Harrisburg is one of a handful of cities that held fast against a flurry of lawsuits seeking to undo its gun ordinances. It just scored a major victory.