D.C.: Old Laws, New Tricks?

Washington, D.C., Attorney General Karl A. Racine announced Wednesday that he plans to drop the District’s pending appeal of a federal court ruling that overturned the city’s ban on carrying concealed guns.

No Pass For Buck (Though Gregory Got One)

Colorado Sen. Ken Buck tweeted a picture of himself and Sen. Trey Gowdy in his office with an American flag-themed AR-15.

Freedom's Phantom Menace?

The bizarre and troubling story of an anti-gun coalition whose members we can’t identify.

For New York Gun Haters, A “Good Reason” For Fear

Could the beating heart of the anti-gun movement soon become a “shall-issue” state? We might find out soon.

A Memorial Day Tribute

Today we celebrate the legacies of those who fought to keep our country free.

Why Can’t We Simply Carry?

National reciprocity remains the ultimate goal.

Anti-Gun D.C. Officials Hope To Win Battle Before Losing War

U.S. District Judge Frederick Scullin granted a preliminary injunction stopping the District of Columbia from requiring concealed-carry permit applicants to prove they have “good reason” for wanting to carry.

Journalists Learn Anti-Gun Bias From The Best

Michael Bloomberg and Everytown funded a two-day “workshop” in Phoenix, Ariz., over the weekend, sponsored by Columbia University’s Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma.

Wisconsin Cans Waiting Period

After the law takes effect, NICS-approved buyers will be able to take possession of firearms when they purchase them.

D.C. Gun Laws: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia temporarily blocked a lower court's order mandating that the District process concealed-carry applications and disregard its "good" or "proper" purpose requirement.

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