Critics say blaming mass shootings on mental illness is a canard that distracts from real discussions about gun laws.
With lawmakers poised to revisit gun issues in the Lone Star State after the El Paso mass shooting, here’s a look at where things stand.
Google Shopping has a policy against posting gun accessories. But we identified multiple listings for high-capacity magazines.
Gun rampages do more than kill and injure. They also damage Americans’ communal life. Yale sociologist Vida Bajc analyzes the aftershocks.
The Russian-developed 8M3 rifle round is known for its ability to expand and fragment on impact, creating catastrophic wounds.
National newspapers and cable news channels had little interest in last weekend’s mass shooting in Brownsville, Brooklyn, where residents didn't receive many thoughts or prayers from the public.
In a newly obtained document, the accountant raised ethical and billing concerns about the law firm of William A. Brewer III, whose fees totaled $24 million in a year.
California has among the strictest gun laws in the country. Some of its neighbors are another story.
Reverend Deanna Hollas is being touted as the country’s first minister of gun violence prevention. "We’re called to care about everybody and every child," she said.
Bans on sharing 3D gun blueprints have proven porous, but the community that makes them is migrating to platforms more amenable to the cause.
In 2017, Honor Defense was called out by the gun community for making weapons that can fire when dropped. Now a police officer is suing the company after he was shot by his.
Roughly two dozen members of the National Rifle Association’s board of directors are said to be unflinchingly loyal to Wayne LaPierre, and the group’s bylaws make it difficult for dissenters to win seats.