Guns Send Over 8,000 US Kids To ER Each Year, Analysis SaysGun injuries, including many from assaults, sent 75,000 U.S. children and teens to emergency rooms over nine years at a cost of almost $3 billion, a first-of-its-kind study found.
California, Already With Strictest Gun Control Laws In Nation, Pass A Bunch MoreThere were loud and sustained calls for more gun control legislation after the mass shooting earlier this year at a high school in Parkland, Florida. A lot of those efforts failed -- but not in California.
California Legislators Consider Tightening State Gun Laws California already has some of the toughest gun laws in the country but lawmakers are considering even more restrictions.
California Authorities Melt Seized Guns Into RebarMore than 3,500 guns seized in Los Angeles County have been melted and converted into rebar for highway and bridge construction.
Reno-Area School District No Longer Bans Pro-Gun ClothingThe northern Nevada school district that serves the Reno area no longer bans pro-gun clothing.
Student Wears Gun Holster With AR-10 In Her College Grad PhotosA recent college graduate from Kent State University in Ohio is gaining attention online for graduation photos she posted on Twitter.
NRA Supporters Are Blowing Up Yeti Coolers In Company BoycottGun owners around the country are blowing up expensive coolers after the NRA accused outdoor lifestyle company Yeti of joining a nationwide boycott of the gun-rights organization.
Sheriff: Waffle House Shooting Suspect Had Firearms Card RevokedA sheriff in Illinois says Travis Reinking's state firearms card was revoked last year by state police, but his guns were given to his father with the promise that they wouldn't be shared with his son.
California Lawmaker Seeks To Restrict Gun Raffles Held By Non-ProfitsA new bill introduced by a southern California lawmaker would restrict non-profits from raffling off guns as prizes for their fundraising efforts.
To Protest Gun Violence, A California High School's Magazine Has A Physical Bullet HoleAfter the February shooting in Parkland, Florida, the editors of Palo Alto High School's student magazine wanted to make a statement about gun violence in America.
Judge: Assault Weapons Ban Doesn't Violate 2nd AmendmentAssault weapons and large-capacity magazines are not protected by the Second Amendment, a federal judge said in a ruling Friday upholding Massachusetts' ban on the weapons.