Wichita Falls police arrest two people after a traffic stop, finding 3.5 pounds of marijuana and two handguns.
A new Duke University study finds nearly one in 10 American adults has a history of impulsive anger and access to guns.
Local lawmakers are keeping an eye on the open carry bill making it's way through the Texas legislature.
The ATF is shelving a controversial proposal to ban a popular type of bullet, amid opposition from hundreds of congressional lawmakers.
Leading anti-abortion activist calls on pro-life supporters to join fight against gun violence at annual March for Life. Steve Handelsman reports.
Supreme Court upholds law banning "straw" gun sales used to quickly transfer firearms to other buyers.
Annual NRA convention brings intensified focus to national debate over gun rights.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed a new gun law Wednesday that greatly expands the number of public places where licensed owners are allowed to carry their weapons.
Iowa lawmakers consider measure that would make it legal for children 12 and older to fire handguns.
Florida court rules guns are allowed on college campuses.
Florida third grader suspended from school for pretending his finger was a gun.
Boys face expulsion for playing with "airsoft" guns in family's own front yard.
A week after deadly shooting at Navy Yard, gun control advocates and shooting victim families meet to discuss struggle to enact tougher gun laws.
The White House on Thursday announced two executive actions that it says will close loopholes that allow the most dangerous types of firearms from falling into the wrong hands.
The world's first 3D-printed handgun has been successfully fired in Texas, according to its creator Defense Distributed.
Two Bills making their way through Texas Legislatures would allowed college students to carry firearms on campus.
Firearms made for minors represent a new market for gun makers.
The Gun Barrel City Council unanimously passed on Tuesday night a nonbinding resolution that urges the town's 5,000-plus residents to buy a firearm.
Philadelphia Police say they questioned a 10-year-old boy seen in a video pointing what appears to be a semi-automatic handgun at a girl and later a U.S. Marine -- who went and got his own weapon.
The effort to expand background checks will either move ahead or fall apart today, as the Senate takes up the bill.