"Guns are everywhere in my neighborhood. I want my community to know what bullets can do—and how they can exercise their rights."
Tourists don't need to be armed to the teeth to visit our friends to the north.
A relatively calm week by national standards was still a bloody one.
A constitutional law professor explains the origins of "insurrectionist theory," and its role in the modern gun rights movement.
More Americans have died in mass shootings already this year than were killed by guns in all of Canada, Germany, and Spain in 2014.
The tough new state laws start rolling out next year, but many gun owners say they simply won't comply.
The Republican nominee's suggestion that "Second Amendment people" could deal with his opponent puts the gun debate front-and-center for the general election campaign.
Another ugly week for mass gun violence in America saw 34 wounded and eight killed in nine incidents.
A judge ruled Wednesday that John Hinckley Jr. will be released from the psychiatric facility he's been living at after attempting to assassinate the president in 1981.
On a new episode of Black Market, Michael K. Williams talks to people illegally bringing guns across state lines.
"He obviously was a very politically charged individual, sick and tired of seeing protests and demonstrations and nothing to come of it, sick and tired of seeing his people shot down like dogs."
Despite the fears expressed by some locals over the sight of men walking around with AR-15s, AK-47s, and G3s, what they did is 100 percent legal under Ohio law.
Gavin Eugene Long, also known as "Cosmo," was a former US Marine connected to a fringe political movement.
A courthouse shooting came at a sensitive moment nationally, only for the conversation about US policing to fall by the wayside when terror struck France.
Angry protesters encamped together, armed fringe groups, militarized police, and a presidential candidate known for inflammatory rhetoric—what could go wrong?
America can't seem to go more than 24 hours without a new video of death making the rounds online.
With at least 52 stops by cops, Castile would seem to have the record of a career criminal. But it's not that simple.
This morning, Trump polls at 0 percent among black voters in key battleground states of Ohio and Pennsylvania, Cleveland's police confirm that protestors at next week's Republican National Convention will be allowed to carry guns, and more.
"When it comes time to pull a gun or a trigger, the standards need to be the same from coast to coast."
How can you feel safe when black death is everywhere you look and tools like guns only seem to make you more of a target?
Holiday carnage and national anger over police killings of black men were followed by the horrific attack on cops in Texas.
The tragedies in Baton Rouge, Minnesota, and Dallas were made fresh and sharp by how easy it was to watch the horrific footage.
Most of the incidents were shootings.
The Army vet was into some kind of twisted form of black nationalism, and had nothing to do with Black Lives Matter.