The Odessa Shooter Was Fired From His Trucking Job Just Hours Before Rampage
He left behind a limited digital footprint, but neighbors say he was a "loner" who threatened them and liked to shoot animals from his roof.
A good guy with a gun — and “Jesus Christ” — can stop mass shootings, NRA members say
“There needs to be more light in the world,” one attendee at the NRA's annual conference said. “And that light comes from Jesus Christ.”
Get ready for the new era of 3D-printed guns starting August 1
A self-described "crypto-anarchist" finally won his five-year legal battle with the government to put blueprints for 3D-printed guns on the internet.
"You’re all going to die": Parkland shooter’s chilling cell phone videos may clinch his death sentence
He planned to Uber to his former school, unload his guns, and start shooting.
Nashville Waffle House shooting suspect arrested
Metro Nashville Police Department confirmed the arrest on Monday afternoon.
Florida mayors are suing Rick Scott for making local gun control impossible
A 2011 law allows the state legislature to punish mayors who try to enforce stricter gun laws.
Remington, maker of the rifle used at Sandy Hook, just filed for bankruptcy
The chief financial officer said the company was having difficulty meeting requirements from its lenders as a result of declining sales.
Voices of School Shooting Survivors
I Barely Survived a School Shooting, but I Don't Support a Ban on AR-15s
You have to look past the fact that you’re not going to stop evil, but how can you lessen it? How can you make evil not so capable?
Guns and Games
A Closer Look at Our Dark Obsession With Guns Looking "Cool"
When games and guns became platforms, their marketing and culture started to converge.
The Oscars sure triggered the NRA
NRA TV's Twitter account posted at least 21 tweets about the Oscars in the span of several hours against “mainstream media,” “left wing anti-gunners,” “gun grabbers,” and “liberal elites.”
The VICE Guide to Right Now
It's 2018 and People Are Wearing Bullet Crowns and Praying with Their AR-15s
Everything is fine.
Sandy Hook Families Are Still Fighting
As Americans turn on the NRA, a court is set to decide whether grieving families can sue the company that made the AR-15 used in the Newtown massacre.