No. 1: A key Republican hasn't closed the door on a red flag proposal.
How did we get to a point where private citizens need to carry firearms when they leave their homes? It's time to say enough is enough
The votes by the House Judiciary Committee marked the first legislative action on firearms after a summer dominated by mass shootings, including two in one August weekend that left 29 people dead.
Survivors are already making positive changes in their local communities and at the state and federal levels. We need to elevate those voices.
Recently released data demonstrates program’s value as a comprehensive touchstone for reporting varying types of potential security issues.
On Tuesday, the House Judiciary Committee will consider a package of 12 firearms or violence-related bills.
Activists prodded called on Toomey to urge his colleagues to take action on the background checks bill sponsored by U.S. Sen. Christopher Murphy, D-Conn.
On average, 20 veterans die by suicide every single day in America. And Pa’s service veteran suicide rate is consistently higher than the national numbers.
On the surface, Melissa Shusterman said, her brother-in-law had it all. He was successful in business. He was beloved in his community. His energy was boundless. But it still masked a deeper pain. A few...
Gun violence will be on the Legislature's agenda this fall.