The ATF, charged with policing the gun industry, lets dealers get away with falsifying records and selling firearms without background checks.
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The almost-forgotten story of the Gekas amendment.
In the wake of Chattanooga shootings, outraged civilians volunteered to defend unarmed service members.
Most armed service members are not trained to neutralize active shooters, and putting more loaded guns in their hands creates its own risks.
Most gun buyback initiatives turn up old or broken weapons — and cost police departments thousands of dollars in the process.
A new video showing a drone firing a handgun raises murky legal questions.
A man with a concealed-carry permit keeps showing up at crime scenes. Is he a law-abiding gun owner, or assisting his felonious friends?
Firearms have claimed 82 of the 86 lives lost as a result of domestic terrorism since 2002.
The city is considering tougher regulations for firearms dealers, but there is only one left: High Bridge Arms.
The Business of Guns
How the retail giant set the industry standard for safe gun sales.
Did the FBI ever complete it?