Pink's Husband Suggests He'd Shoot Wildfire Looters in California
Former pro motocross racer Carey Hart warned: "looters will be shot on site [sic]."
NRA Membership Dues Tanked Last Year
The gun rights super-group took out a big loan from its own foundation in what experts said might be a sign of serious cashflow problems.
What Is the Relationship Between Gun Ownership and Mental Health?
Our new series 'Maybe I'm Wrong' wants to spur meaningful conversation around the gun debate.
Court Documents Show the NRA's Unhinged Rhetoric Being Used Against It
The gun-rights giant says it's bleeding money, and a legal battle with its old insurance broker suggests politics are a big part of the problem.
Armed Militias Have a Choice to Make After Charlottesville
One prominent group has issued a "stand down order," saying it feared being associated with racist protesters.
The Good Guy with a Gun Theory, Debunked
Analyzing 37 years of data, a Stanford team finds no basis for a theory at the heart of the modern gun-rights movement.
Why Gun People Are High on Neil Gorsuch
An influential Second Amendment lawyer expects Trump's Supreme Court pick to expand Constitutional protections to guns in public spaces.
Meet the Gun Rights Absolutists Bringing 'Constitutional Carry' to a State Near You
The crusade for concealed guns in public with no permits began at a diner in Arizona. Now it's going national—with or without the NRA.
Why It's So Easy for the Mentally Ill to Get and Keep Guns in America
The alleged Fort Lauderdale airport shooter was one of several recent high-profile gunmen who suffered from psychiatric issues but did not meet the high bar for a firearms ban.
How Trump Could Make It Way Easier to Carry a Gun Across America
States that impose tough rules for concealed carry could be undermined by the loose standards in places like Utah under President Trump.
A Trump Gun Guy's To-Do List for the New White House
"I am looking forward to helping protect and defend the Second Amendment over the course of a generation or two," he said, noting he was cleaning his gun as he spoke.
How the Government Makes Gun Records Impossible to Trace
The agency gets more than 1,000 requests for gun traces each day. But even small-town libraries have better record-keeping systems.