First Freedom: A Ride Through America's Enduring History with the Gun documents the unique presence of firearms in U.S. life.
Ilya Vett claims he was making the gun as a "gift" for his brother. But he was still arrested and charged with attempted criminal possession of a firearm.
Criminologist Gary Kleck debated Paul Helmke, the former president and CEO of the Brady Center, at the Soho Forum.
An NRA spokesperson correctly says marijuana is not "germane" to Jean's death but keeps bringing it up when discussing Castile's.
The case against Krissy Noble shows how drug and gun laws conspire to deprive people of a fundamental right.
The next Reason/Soho Forum Debate pits criminologist Gary Kleck against former Brady Center To Prevent Gun Violence President Paul Helmke.
The senator is miffed that the SCOTUS nominee thinks people have a right to own the guns she wants to ban.
Kamala Harris wants Brett Kavanaugh to give gun violence victims "a fair shake," by which she means adopting her view of the Second Amendment.
None of the usual solutions seems apt.
Criminologist Gary Kleck and former head of the Brady Center To Prevent Gun Violence Paul Helmke will debate defensive gun use.
How the gun control lobbies nearly tricked Congress into banning millions of ordinary guns.
Did the settlement with the distributor of home gun-making hardware and software remove computer files from the United States Munitions List or just temporarily stop treating them as affected munitions?
They are years away (if ever) from becoming the choice of bad guys, who can already make untraceable weapons, so why all the fear-mongering?
But thanks to the internet, it may not matter.
The government's decision to settle a lawsuit with Defense Distributed doesn't change anything significant. It's not Trump's fault. And the underlying case was as much about free speech as it was about guns.
Critics say the “red flag” law is violating Floridians’ constitutional rights.
The states allege that the Feds decision to settle its lawsuit with Defense Distributed violates administrative procedure law and the states' 10th Amendment rights.
The authorities threatened the gun-making software and hardware company. Now the company is striking back, citing its First and Second Amendment rights.
The previously prohibited computer files related to making guns at home are now legally available in resolution of long-standing lawsuit involving Cody Wilson and Defense Distributed.