The maker of a mannequin that bleeds when shot, and was named 'The Ex,' pulls the product. But that's not the end of it.
The dead suspect reportedly collected public assistance in 2012. Did taxpayers fund part of his radicalization?
Gun-rights advocates had threatened to take their business elsewhere, but the state has been swamped with license applications.
It won't review a New York pistol-permit law, dealing a blow to gun-rights advocates. The issue won't be going away, though.
US senator calls the race 'inappropriate' in the wake of the tragedy in the Newtown, Conn.
The nonprofit Armed Citizen Project is looking to equip residents of high-crime areas with 20-gauge shotguns.
The state's new firearms regulations have some angry gun-rights advocates calling on supporters to hunt elsewhere.
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