Orlando Massacre Reignites Efforts To Keep Guns From TerroristsA proposal to ban anyone on the government no-fly list from legally obtaining firearms is high on the list of security measures President Obama is urging Congress to enact.
Maryland Man Sentenced For Exporting Firearms To PakistanA pizza shop owner has been sentenced to two years in prison for exporting semi-automatic rifles, parts and accessories to Pakistan.
Gun Rights Still Trumping Gun Controls In PoliticsThey offered prayers and moments of silence. They sought to comfort. Some flashed with anger and frustration that, once again, America was forced to confront another mass shooting.
Record Number Of Firearms Seized By TSA In 2014It's an airport security record: more than three dozen guns seized from our region's airports in just one year. So why do weapons keep making it to the checkpoint?
Towson Man Gets 15 Years For Drug And Firearm PossessionA Towson man is sentenced to 15 years in prison for drug and firearm possession.
Glen Burnie Man Sentenced For Possessing Homemade ExplosivesA 28-year-old man has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for possessing improvised explosive devices in his Glen Burnie home.
Man Arrested At BWI After Gun Found In Carry-On BagTransportation security officials at BWI discover a gun in a man's carry-on bag.
Record Number Of Firearms Confiscated From Airports Nationwide In 2013A record number of guns have been seized across the country in airports, including right here in Maryland. The TSA says it found more firearms last year than any year before.
D.C. Begins Firearms Re-Registration ProcessThe District of Columbia is beginning the process of re-registering firearms.
13 Indicted In D.C. In Drug Dealing InvestigationDistrict of Columbia authorities say 13 people have been indicted in a federal drug trafficking investigation.
Deputy Shot During Firearms ExerciseThe St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office says a deputy was shot during firearms training.
Union Calls For TSA Agents To Carry Firearms In Wake Of LAX Shooting RampageAs federal authorities continue to investigate Friday’s deadly shooting at Los Angeles International Airport, new questions arise about whether TSA officers should be allowed to carry weapons.