To be a white terrorist in American cinema is to enjoy a very basic right: to be complicated, to be messy, to be human.
Also this week: A couple allegedly attacked their neighbor with a rake because he called the cops on them for having loud sex.
The things the alleged Charleston shooter reportedly said to his victims might give prosecutors cause to bust out the T-word.
"If these biker gangs were non-white, we'd have a national freakout," an expert on gangs and guns told us of the Waco, Texas shootout.
Also this week: A man allegedly shot a dog because it "made a mess."
The officer who killed Tony Robinson was cleared of wrongdoing by the local district attorney.
It's just the latest bizarre brush with the law for the former neighborhood watchman, who was acquitted in the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2013.
Also this week: A guy allegedly shot someone for talking to his wife on Facebook.
The Countryside Alliance is a group of quite posh people who love guns, dogs, and killing things with guns that dogs can fetch. We hung out with them to get their thoughts on Election '15.
The ammunition is being developed for hunters, but some say it could end up on the civilian market eventually.
I'm sick of everyone pretending this sweaty mess is the universe's ultimate pastime.
Local culture, exquisite aesthetics, and the brutalities of hunting and fishing converge in a current exhibition at the Wyoming State Museum.
Inmates claim guards at High Desert State Prison use their guns to break up fights and don't give medical treatment to prisoners injured by birdshot.
"The gun changes people. When a man has a gun in his hand, he becomes somebody different—the entire power mechanism is changed."
Timothy Wright III faces nine felony charges that could mean up to 70 years in prison.
A tour of "the Boneyard," where old planes sit baking in the Arizona desert heat, waiting to be recycled or transported to US allies.
We chatted with producer Alex Chitty about the trail of cocaine running from Caracas to a small, strange town in Niger called Agadez.
Also this week: A 12-year-old allegedly tried to kill her mom for confiscating her iPhone.
Michele Fiore is Sarah Palin and Charlton Heston wrapped up in one "strong-ass woman" body.
Call of Duty kills are boring next to those of Bulletstorm and Bayonetta, so why not try a more creative slaughter sim?
Because letting coeds loose on college campuses with hidden firearms is the obvious way to stop assault.
The killing of a homeless man on Skid Row has raised new questions about one of America's most notorious police departments.
Blackmail and fear are the tools used to destroy freedom of expression. And beware, it is being destroyed.
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?