The National Rifle Association's CEO on Thursday accused President Barack Obama of orchestrating a "charade" to dismantle gun rights in his State of the Union address this week.
Colorful, bedazzled handguns are becoming popular with female shooters.
Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe, a Democrat, signed into law on Monday a bill that allows concealed-carry permit holders to take their weapons into churches.
86-year-old woman fires shot at woman who smashed her way into her home.
If you follow politics at all, you have likely heard about the now-famous photo of President Barack Obama skeet shooting at the presidential retreat, Camp David.
Parents say 6th grader bragged about plan to gun down fellow students.
A 14-year-old girl was hospitalized after reportedly being shot in the head at an Atlanta middle school.
Houston Armory is doing booming business selling fully automatic, high caliber weaponry.
Man shot to death by homeowner after GPS leads him to wrong house.
A 5-year-old boy in Massachusetts may be suspended after he reportedly built a toy gun out of Legos during an after-school program.
President Obama revealed a curious factoid in an interview with The New Republic -- he's an avid skeet shooter, apparently.
Police were giving away gift cards for guns, but a group of people showed up for a whole other reason.
A U.S. army veteran who uses a wheelchair confronted a burglar with a pistol, scaring the intruder away from his home.
Senator Dianne Feinstein introduces bill to reinstate assault weapons ban.
Private security officers are now on patrol at elementary schools.
22-year-old Carlton Berry charged with aggravated assault after shooting on Houston's Lonestar College campus.
A Philadelphia elementary school student was scolded and searched by administrators in front of her entire class after she pulled out a paper gun in class last week, according to her mother.
Collin County Sheriff Terry Box says neither he, or his deputies, will enforce unconstitutional gun laws.
Senior citizens flock to sheriff office's civilian gun safety course.
In the recent debate about stricter gun control, some officials on both sides of the Rio Grande saw a sliver of hope -- that such laws might curb the flow of illegal weapons over the United States' southern border.