Families who’ve lost loved ones to gun violence gathered outside City Hall Thursday for a powerful protest firing back at Florida’s newly proposed gun laws.
A decade-old California law requiring newly sold handguns to include
A city-wide curfew is being implemented in Eunice while recent shootings are investigated.
California has once again been caught overreaching on gun control, losing another court case in its quest to punish law-abiding gun owners for the crimes of the criminals that the state and its subordinate jurisdictions won't prosecute.
Rhee Keun, a Korean YouTuber and former Korean Navy special forces officer who went to Ukraine a year ago to help the country's defense against Russia, on Monday admitted to charges of violating passport law. Rhee was indicted in January on charges of traveling to the war-stricken country in defiance of a travel ban. In March last year, Rhee entered the European country to help the Ukrainian forces, which he publicized on social media. He voluntarily turned himself in to police after he ret
U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez is known for overturning gun bans. Derided and hailed in equal measures, he's now presiding over a case with far-reaching consequences.
Austin Butler's 'Elvis' movie went 0 for 8 at the Oscars -- and while it's unclear if the King himself is feeling down, we do know things have gone south (of the border) for him. The actor was hanging in Cabo San Lucas with his GF, Kaia Gerber,…
Biden announced plans to partner with officers to enforce gun control, but that plan is only effective if officers who refuse to follow gun laws are penalized.
They’re young, angry, and scared. A group of Michigan students spoke out Tuesday about the need for gun control following the mass shootings at Oxford High School and Michigan State University. “Everyday we lose someone we love or someone close and it’s all because of gun violence,” said Taylor Jackson, a junior at Dearborn High School.
A Supreme Court decision has forced courts to consider what gun restrictions existed two centuries ago, sending demand soaring for historians.
At Alabama, one of the team’s best players allegedly delivered a gun that was used in a fatal shooting. At New Mexico State, a player avoided charges for shooting and killing a student in what he said was self-defense, even though he was carrying a gun in violation of school rules.
The headlines over the past few months illustrate the challenge for athletic departments in determining how gun laws in their states and regulations at their schools should be applied to their programs and communicated to their players.