5 Years After Sandy Hook, Mental Health Care Worries LingerThe massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary sounded alarms nationally about gaps in mental health care and led to calls for better screening and services, but some key reforms have yet to be delivered by Congress.
Sessions Orders Review Of Background Check System For GunsThe move comes after the Air Force acknowledged that a man who killed more than two dozen people in a south Texas church this month should have had his name and domestic violence conviction submitted to the database.
Different Laws And Databases Affect Gun Background ChecksThere are a lot of complexities in the laws when it comes to buying and carrying guns.
U.S. Rate For Gun Deaths Increases For Second Straight YearThe U.S. rate for gun deaths has increased for the second straight year, following 15 years of no real change, a government report shows.
FBI Releases Documents On 2012 Newtown School ShootingThe FBI has released more than 1,500 pages of documents related to its investigation of the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
Gun Rights Advocates Continue Fight To Carry Guns At Texas ZoosThe fight to make it legal to carry a gun at zoos in Texas continues -- now gun advocates are resting their hopes on the state Attorney General.
Texas First Responders Could Soon Carry GunsProponents say the legislation protects first responders arriving to potentially dangerous scenes, and lets them get there faster since they won't have to worry about stashing their guns beforehand.
Southwest Airlines Co-Pilot Arrested For Bringing Loaded Gun To AirportThe TSA said the firearm was loaded with six bullets.
Rule On Guns And Mentally Ill People Faces A GOP RollbackIn a sign of the new climate taking hold on gun issues under a Trump administration with a Republican-led Congress, a rule to keep guns out of the hands of certain mentally disabled people is on its way to being scrapped.
Explosion Victims Question Arson RulingMore than three years after one of the deadliest fires in state history, ruled arson by the federal government, no suspect has been caught, no motive established and no substantial reward posted for leads.
An Accidental Shooting Kills A Child Every Other DayTexas mom Crystal Mees noticed a lump on her son's head and panicked when she saw the pistol she kept under her bed lying next to him. He had shot himself above the right eye.
16 With Ties To Aryan Brotherhood Indicted In East TexasFederal prosecutors in East Texas say 16 people with ties to the Aryan Brotherhood gang have been indicted on firearms and drug trafficking conspiracy charges.