How to Live After Being Shot

They had nothing going for them "beside go outside, smoke, and chill." Then they started making art together.


The First Company to Make AR-15s for the Public Is Shutting Down Production

High demand had inspired a slew of manufacturers to come out with their own versions, and now that demand is drying up, Colt said.


The Wrong Conversation About School Shootings

A culture of hypervigilence and militarization isn't the same thing as gun control.


18-Year-Old Woman Arrested for Threatening to Shoot Up Her High School ‘for Fun’

Cops found an AK-47 and a 12-gauge shotgun in her bedroom.


146 Firearms Were Confiscated From One Guy After Workplace Shooting Threat Triggered Maryland's 'Red Flag' Law

His colleagues were unnerved and relayed the threats to their boss, who then contacted the police.


Stores Are Banning Guns Because the Government Won’t

Kroger and Walmart are asking customers to stop openly carrying guns while shopping.


The U.S. Truly Has No Idea How Many People Buy Guns Without Background Checks

The Odessa shooter bought his gun from a private seller after failing a federal background check.


Guy Holds Up Popeyes at Gunpoint for Sold-Out Chicken Sandwich

A group of three men and two women tried to force their way into a Popeyes restaurant in Houston, demanding the highly coveted sandwich.


Walmart Is Ending the Sale of Most Ammo and Would Like You to Leave Your Gun at Home

A big statement on guns from the nation's largest retailer.


It’s Now or Never for Gun Control in Congress

“This is a simple question: Is President Trump willing to endorse a background check proposal that the NRA opposes?”


Death Toll in Odessa Climbs to 7 as Toddler Shot in the Mouth Undergoes Surgery

Texas Governor Greg Abbot calls for "solutions" while also "ensuring we safeguard Second Amendment rights.”


At Least 5 Dead and 20 Wounded In West Texas After Gunman Sprayed Highway With Bullets

The mayhem began after a traffic stop on a highway between Midland and Odessa, Texas.