It had been less than two weeks since the last mass killing in Texas.
The state is about to ban assault rifles, but is allowing gun owners to keep the weapons they have. Progressive gun owners say it will create an imbalance.
The AR-15, dubbed “America’s Rifle” by the NRA, has been used in some of America’s deadliest school shootings.
John Huber filed a lawsuit after Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed his son. Even though they can't find Rittenhouse, a judge ruled the suit can proceed.
Wee1 Tactical has toned down its marketing for the JR-15 rifle designed to be used by children.
“I'm OBSESSED with Doomsday now I can hardly contain it!” he wrote. “I can't wait to Die.”
Selling AR-15s is now big business—and Democrats don't have the votes to outlaw a symbol of American gun culture.
One family has retained a lawyer who helped Sandy Hook families get a $73 million settlement from Remington Arms.
It took the shooter fewer than three days to buy the weapons used to kill four people and himself.
New York State has a red flag law, which should have been triggered when the Buffalo gunman underwent a mental health evaluation at age 17.
The man allegedly told investigators he wanted to “combat evil demons in the White House” by killing those in positions of power.
Assault rifles, cages of crying penguins, and factories of cute monsters was what Pokémon always needed.