Domestic Disputes Are More Likely to Turn Deadly in Cities Where Guns Are Easy to Obtain
New research finds a link between intimate-partner homicides and the per-capita number of gun dealers in an urban county.
A Deadly Weekend in America Renews Attention to Congress' Languishing Gun-Control Bills
Could a weekend of deadly violence in the United States lead to federal gun-law reform?
The NRA's Legal Counsel and Executives Have Been Billing the Non-Profit Millions of Dollars in Fees
Accountants have been attempting to investigate what they believe to be financial mismanagement since 2018, but attempts were thwarted according to a senior employee.
Research Finds That Having a Gun in Your Home Can Make Your Household Less Safe
A new study finds that residents of states with higher levels of gun ownership are more likely to be shot to death by a family member or intimate partner.
If You're Diagnosed With Dementia, Should You Lose Your Second Amendment Rights?
When a family member gets diagnosed with dementia, gun-rights advocates have a difficult choice ahead of them.
Minority Students in Texas Raise Concerns Over a Program Arming Teachers
The state is looking to expand its school marshal program, which allows teachers to carry firearms in case of an active shooter, causing some students to worry about their safety.
Viewfinder: Trump Supporters Take Selfies at the National Rifle Association's Annual Meeting
Skippy Thomas, a member of the National Rifle Association, takes a selfie with President Donald Trump in the background during the NRA's annual meeting at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, on April 26th, 2019.
To Prevent School Shootings, Texas Legislators Want to Focus on Mental Health
Advocates have raised concerns that this approach can stigmatize people with mental illness as if they're inherently violent.
Should Teachers Carry Guns? In Many Rural School Districts, They Already Are.
While a national debate about whether or not to arm teachers rages on, hundreds of school districts across the country have been allowing staff to carry weapons on school property for years.
Field Notes: The Results of the Largest Machine Gun Event in the U.S.
Louisville, Kentucky: Gun enthusiasts examine the wreckage at the largest machine gun event in the United States, held at the Knob Creek Gun Range, just south of the city.
The U.S. Suicide Rate Is at Its Highest in a Half-Century
New CDC data suggests suicide is becoming more commonplace in America.
Is Texas' Campus Carry Law Actually Making Anyone Safer?
Gun advocates are arguing that the controversial law is keeping students safer, but there's little evidence to back those claims.
What Happens When a Black Man Tries to Embrace White Gun Culture
RJ Young's memoir recounts how he tried to endear himself to his white in-laws by learning how to shoot. Both love affairs eventually fell apart.
A Judge Extends the Ban on Posting 3-D Printed Gun Plans Online
District Judge Robert S. Lasnik ruled in favor of Washington, D.C., and 19 states that had filed a lawsuit against Defense Distributed.
The CDC Finds Gun-Related Homicides Rose by 30 Percent Over Two Years
The CDC analysis recorded 14,415 gun-related homicides in 2016.
Field Notes: Practicing Self-Defense Outside an Ultra-Conservative Stronghold
Orania, South Africa: Niklas Kirsten, a former paratrooper in the South African Army, instructs Erik Du Pree on handgun self-defense in the fields outside an ultra-conservative, all-Afrikaner stronghold known as Orania.