What to know about the president's push to require everyone "engaged in the business" of selling guns to register as a firearms dealer.
Presidents can't invent new laws, but they can tweak enforcement.
As investigators gathered evidence at the Inland Regional Center in the hours after the December 2 attack, longterm residents shared stories of one of the most overlooked strains of gun violence.
Firearms have claimed 95 percent of the lives lost to terrorism in the United States over the last 14 years.
Republicans seized on the threat of domestic terrorists. But they don't seem to eager to stop those terrorists from getting their hands on guns.
San Francisco already has some of the toughest gun control laws in the country, and new legislation is only making it harder to legally own a gun.
Something needs to be done about America's gun violence problem, but these arguments are duds.
Jeff Ackerman's Roseburg News-Review is a case study in why the silent majority of firearm owners is often missing from the gun debate.
With a new set of policy proposals, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is trying to change the tired national narrative around gun violence.
"We have got to do something about gun violence in America," the 2016 presidential candidate said. "And I will take it on."
"People who want to defend their families don't need a 100-round drum magazine and an automatic weapon to do it," said LA City Councilman Paul Krekorian.
Following a court hearing, the boy is being charged with attempted armed robbery.
The haphazard patchwork of state and local gun laws exacerbates the tragic, everyday violence that has disproportionately devastated minority communities in the US.
Before politicians call for new gun laws in the wake of the Charleston shooting, they might consider how those laws have disproportionately affected black Americans.
Because letting coeds loose on college campuses with hidden firearms is the obvious way to stop assault.
A Second Amendment rally at the Texas capitol Tuesday will feature the Ghost Runner, the latest firearms contraption from 3-D-gun manufacturer Cody Wilson.
VICE News returns to Ferguson, Missouri, where the community is on edge as it awaits a grand jury decision.
Attorneys general from 21 states are asking a federal court to overturn Maryland's ban on assault weapons. If a judge agrees, the case could be headed for the Supreme Court.
Throwing people in jail for not knowing the ins and outs of every state's gun control laws is pretty crazy, but it keeps happening across the US.
Gun violence in a huge problem in a lot of bad neighborhoods, but sometimes, aggressive antigun laws just end up putting people who never had any intention of committing a violent crime in prison for long-ass periods of time. At least, that's what happene…
I served four months in prison because police found legally owned unloaded guns in my car, and only went free thanks to an executive order from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. I'm still barred from seeing my son or living a normal life.
Cody R. Wilson has figured out how to print a semiautomatic rifle from the comfort of his own home. Now he's putting all the information online so that others will join him. Our documentary 'Click. Print. Gun.' investigates this groundbreaking technology
Weeks before the almost unfathomable mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, VICE editor-in-chief Rocco Castoro visited Florida to dive headfirst into its byzantine firearms laws and discover why his home state was the first in the…
There are 270 million legal guns in the US. Regardless of where you stand on the issue of firearms laws, you might say that the situation presents a wicked problem—something that can't be objectively solved or even described.