Lawyers Mark and Patricia McCloskey won hundreds of thousands of dollars for clients injured by faulty handguns.
The NRA and like-minded groups cast the sales surge as an inflection point in the gun debate. Experts aren't convinced.
Before they instigated some of the earliest protests against COVID-19 shutdowns, the Dorr brothers honed a brand of fiery Second Amendment activism that doesn’t sway lawmakers, but keeps the donations flowing.
With voters desperate to reduce shootings, three of the campaign’s black front-runners are embracing aggressive law enforcement tactics that could perpetuate racial disparities.
What the commonwealth's reform package means for background checks, handgun limits, red flag orders, and more.
House and Senate appropriators struck an agreement that will inject $25 million into studying a problem long obscured by a dearth of government-backed research.
Activists have long fought to make the most common form of firearm homicides an urgent, shared priority. Is their message finally breaking through?
Some 2020 Democrats vow to enact gun reforms by bypassing congressional gridlock. But there are limits on how much a White House can do solo.
Priorities in Congress have given short shrift to community gun violence, activists say.
The Disarm Hate Act adds misdemeanor hate crimes convictions to the list of background check criteria that prohibit firearm sales.
Universal background checks for gun purchases may be the most popular federal law that does…
Voters in several states have gone to the polls to approve new gun reforms. Now the NRA is backing bills to constrain the ballot initiative process.