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A guide to the data and research that provides a complete picture of gun violence in the United States — and ways to reduce it.
The device’s legality hasn’t been challenged yet, but firearm enthusiasts are taking no chances.
How did someone steal 31 guns from a locked vault at Compton's old City Hall? Embarrassed city officials as well as the ATF are trying to find out. But a bigger question: What were the guns for? Some believe they were a holdover from the disbanded Compton Police Department.
Frank Goepfert has built a lucrative business dealing in the rarest, deadliest and most valuable of firearms.
Jelani Cobb writes about the shooting death of Stephon Clark, and how it demonstrates a trend of police brutality against unarmed black men.
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin watched his background checks proposal go down in defeat this month when it failed to attract enough votes to avert a Senate filibuster. But can the gun measure still pass? Manchin said on a Sunday news show recently that he thinks so, because on the first go-round, people didn’t read it. "The only thing that we've asked for is that people would just read the bill. It's a criminal and mental background check strictly at gun shows and online sales," he told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace on April 28, 2013, adding, "I've said ...
The shooting at a South Florida high school on Wednesday that left 17 people dead and more than a dozen injured is spurring fresh calls from congressional Democrats for measures to reduce gun violence, but Republicans say citizens’ rights to own guns shouldn’t be threatened.
A new report ranks states' economic reliance on firearms, taking into account jobs, sales and political contributions.
The failure of the assault-weapons ban is no surprise. But the scale of it is shocking. What could this mean for expanded background checks?
Here’s what we know about four pro-gun lawyers that the White House has installed at a critical federal agency.
Some investors are demanding action on gun manufacturer and retailer stocks. Can financial advisors deliver?
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a state’s assault weapons ban and let stand the federal law that prevents people under 21 from buying handguns.
A quick look at firearms investments since the elections. A discussion of the recent actions taken by corporations and institutions to pressure and call for cha
Skip Warner of Eliot walks through the 42nd annual Twin Cities Gun Show on Sunday at the Lewiston Armory. (Andree Kehn/Sun Journal)LEWISTON – The 42nd annual Twin Cities Gun Show at the Lewiston Armory drew many people of various backgrounds, opinions and skill levels. They all, however, shared an interest in firearms and a desire for…
Senate Republicans say President Trump’s comments Wednesday calling for more ambitious gun control proposals won’t change the political calculations in their conference, which supports a limit
Federal law bars convicted batterers from buying firearms, but often little is done to separate them from any they already own.
Proposed fixes on the state and federal level have been thwarted by a mix of NRA opposition and legislative indifference.
Congress is considering attaching a narrow background check bill for gun purchases to a must-pass government funding package before the end of the week, when thousands of high school students are expected to congregate in Washington for March for Our Lives.
This is how lawmakers can act to save lives from gun violence.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday formally proposed a ban on bump stocks, the firearms accessory that allows semi-automatic guns to fire more quickly, similar to a fully automatic weapon.