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.
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.
Brett Kavanaugh Has Already Had an Impact on the Supreme Court, Starting With Gun Rights
For proof of the newest Supreme Court justice's influence, look to a New York gun rights case.
You Can't Create Good Gun Policy by Stigmatizing the Mentally Ill
Everytown for Gun Safety is playing into the NRA's hands with its Minnesota campaign.
Ten South Florida Cities Are Suing the State to Regain Control of Their Gun Laws
Mayors across the state are subject to a state law that threatens harsh penalties for municipalities that attempt to pass any of their own restrictions on firearms.
A Federal Judge Dismisses a Challenge to Massachusetts' Assault Weapons Ban
In a Friday ruling, the judge upheld Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey's crackdown on copycat assault weapons.
Viewfinder: High School Students March 50 Miles to Paul Ryan's Hometown
Students march the last leg of a 50-mile journey into the hometown of House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) to call attention to gun violence on March 28th, 2018, in Janesville, Wisconsin
Americans Worship the Second Amendment, but They Don't Respect Their Firearms
Research shows that over half of U.S. gun owners aren't storing all their guns safely.
Supreme Court Rejects Challenge Against California's Waiting Period for Buying Guns
The decision means the law will remain in effect.
Americans Love Guns, but They Have No Idea How to Use Them
Devotion to the Second Amendment has somehow replaced personal responsibility as the core idea of the right to bear arms.
Inside the Mind of America's Favorite Gun Researcher
John Lott is a one-man pro-gun research machine whose work has been cited nearly 200 times by the National Rifle Association. The problem? Many of his peers have major misgivings about his methods.