The U.S. has had 30 school shootings so far this year, with 16 people killed and 32 injured. Twelve of those deaths were students or other children.
Some demonstrators defiantly wore holstered handguns on their hips or carried assault rifles in a rally by gun-rights advocates, protesting New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s surprise order to suspend for 30 days the right to carry firearms after two children were recently killed in separate shootings.
Albuquerque's police chief said he won't enforce it, and the county sheriff said he's uneasy about it because it raises too many questions about constitutional rights.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recovered 58 firearms in carry-on luggage at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport so far this year, according to a new report from the agency.
A year after its sweeping gun rights ruling, the Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether judges are going too far in striking down restrictions on firearms.
The judge's ruling, if not overturned, would allow firearms dealers to sell guns to 18- to 20-year-olds.
We’re getting a closer look at how deputies tracked down a teen believed to be armed with a gun at Cedarcrest Middle School in Spanaway last week.
Half of the people polled worry about being a victim of gun violence, including many in gun-owning households.
The law blocks the sale, distribution, manufacture and importation of more than 50 gun models, including AR-15s, AK-47s and similar style rifles. The measure does not bar the possession of the weapons by people who already have them.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed a trio of bills meant to address gun violence Tuesday, one banning the sale of certain semi-automatic rifles, one imposing a 10-day waiting period on firearms purchases and one clearing the way for lawsuits against gun makers or sellers in certain cases.
A bill that will ban the sale, manufacture and import of assault weapons in Washington is one signature away from becoming law, sparking an uptick in gun sales, according to local gun stores.
Cautious optimism is giving way to celebration for Washington state gun control advocates as the state’s assault-style weapons ban clears the legislature after more than half a dozen failed attempts.
The Washington state Senate on Saturday approved an assault-weapons ban, a measure long sought by gun-control advocates.
On Tuesday, Washington lawmakers took one step closer to an assault weapons ban at the state level.
Washington House Democrats have passed a bill that would require a 10-day waiting period when purchasing firearms.
The Justice Department says the law wreaked havoc with crime-fighting partnerships with Missouri law enforcement. The state's Republican-led legislature passed the law in 2021.
West Virginia’s governor has signed a bill allowing people with concealed carry permits to take firearms onto public college and university campuses.
HB 1240 is being heard in committee, some argue this is what Washington needs following a spike in gun violence, but others say it's an infringement of their rights.
A King County Superior Court judge has ordered a Federal Way gun shop to stop selling high-capacity magazines in violation of a state ban.
Oregon’s tough, voter-approved gun control law remains temporarily blocked after the Oregon Supreme Court declined to overturn an earlier decision preventing the measure from taking effect Thursday.