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.
We remain reluctant to address gun violence head-on, and often only seem to discuss it when the victims and shooters are both middle-class whites.
A look at what the far-right hive mind has spewed out in the wake of the latest mass shooting.
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.
Tom Mauser lost his son in the massacre at the Colorado high school 16 years ago and has some ideas about how to go on after the shooting of two journalists on live TV in Virginia.
The Republican presidential candidate argued that mental institutions, like the ones from "the old days," might have helped prevent Wednesday's shooting in Virginia.
Maybe we should not be so quick to look away from this rare time when the gun violence that we all condemn can be so directly observed.
In July, Tony Abbott banned imports of a shotgun that can fire eight shots in eight seconds. He's since backflipped on that ban. We look at why.
"We have got to do something about gun violence in America," the 2016 presidential candidate said. "And I will take it on."
The 21-year-old who confessed to killing nine people in South Carolina last month had previously been arrested with Suboxone, but the feds couldn't find the police report in time to stop him from buying a pistol.
Following a court hearing, the boy is being charged with attempted armed robbery.
The Gun Store in Las Vegas provides everything you need for your wedding: the venue, the paperwork, and a whole bunch of guns.
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.
After years of warning that President Barack Obama is coming after Americans' guns, the NRA eagerly embraced a new target, directing its deranged doomsday predictions toward the new Democratic presidential candidate.
It's legal for a hobbyist to build a firearm in the comfort of his own home without going through a background check or registering it—but at what point does a gun become a gun?
According to reports, the boy was rummaging in his mother's purse when he fumbled over a 9mm handgun. The gun discharged a shot into his father's ass, and the bullet ricocheted into the shoulder of his mother, who is eight months pregnant.
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.
Some LGBT activists say that the best way to prevent hate crimes is to stand up to homophobes—and that means carrying a gun and not being afraid to use it.
Unlike most entrepreneurs who make millions of dollars inventing pointless apps like Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur named Mark B. Barron wants to use smartphones to solve America's gun violence problem.
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.
A flood of selfish little Central American brats are daring to risk their lives in the hope of a better future. Here's how we should stop them.