Accused Jacksonville Shooter's Background Raises Concerns On Maryland Gun PurchasesPolice say Katz purchased the weapons from a licensed dealer in Maryland.
Parkland Shooting Survivor David Hogg Calls For ‘Die-In’ At Publix SupermarketsMarjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting survivor turned student activist David Hogg is calling for a "die-in" at Publix Super Markets.
Black Teens View Gun Debate With Frustration, HopeMany black teenagers in neighborhoods hobbled by generational poverty say they're frustrated because their community feels ignored but are also cautiously hopeful that the massacre in Florida may bring about change closer to home.
Calls For Gun Control Extend Beyond Classrooms In BaltimoreSome Baltimoreans are demanding more than just heightened security at schools and universal background checks – they want guns off city streets.
Anguished Students Take Aim At Gun Laws, Next ElectionFollowing March for Our Lives rallies, students are vowing to get young voters registered and send a message in upcoming elections.
Carroll County Putting Deputies At Schools Following ShootingsStudents in Carroll County will see members of the sheriff's department at school to help keep them safe.
Trump Open To Improving Background Checks, Spokesman SaysPresident Trump "is supportive of efforts to improve the federal background check system" for gun purchases, a White House spokesman said.
Court Rules Man Treated for Mental Illness Can Have a GunA Michigan man who can't buy a gun because he was briefly treated for mental health problems in the 1980s has won a key decision from a federal appeals court, which says the burden is on the government to justify a lifetime ban against him.
Civil Rights Activist And Congressman Favors Gun ControlProminent civil rights activist and U.S. Rep. John Lewis is urging voters in his Georgia district to join with House Democrats pushing for stricter gun control.
Owners of AR-Style Firearms Defend Their Weapon of ChoiceAn estimated 8 million AR-style guns have been sold since they were first introduced to the public in the 1960s, and about half of them are owned by current or former members of the military or law enforcement, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, which represents gunmakers.
A Divided Senate Answers Orlando With Gridlock On Gun CurbsA divided Senate blocked rival election-year plans to curb guns Monday, eight days after the horror of Orlando's mass shooting intensified pressure on lawmakers to act but knotted them ingridlock anyway — even over restricting firearms for terrorists.