Artist Maureen Cain painted thousands of shell casings in bright colors and placed them at sites of gun violence across the U.S. "We cannot solve a problem that we don't see," she says.
Leslie Ruffing says she was shopping at a Hobby Lobby in Illinois when she saw decorations that she believes "encourage and glorify gun violence."
While discussions of guns and policy almost always break down into contentious debates, there’s one subtopic on which all sides can seemingly agree: the relationship between firearms and suicide.
Late Friday night, the 18-year-old, along with her boyfriend, entered her mother's house in an attempt to surprise her. Her mother thought it was an intruder entering her home.
A mom is speaking out after her daughters were asked to sell tickets to win a semi-automatic rifle for their cheerleading fundraiser.
A gun store in Texas is facing backlash after advertising a back-to-school sale on firearms as passersby call the sign "jarring."
A Kansas City woman purchased a rifle from her friend and then had it destroyed after the El Paso and Dayton shootings.
A 65-year-old woman assaulted a police officer and resisted arrest after refusing to pay an $80 ticket for a broken taillight.
Cherokee Guns is gaining attention online for its billboard calling Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar “idiots.”
The teacher reportedly called authorities and pulled out her gun when the other female driver left her vehicle and began walking toward her car.
Chatom Ford in Alabama will give anyone who purchases a vehicle a free bible, an American flag, and a 12-gauge shotgun.
An unidentified student claims that Deven Antani were shown a photo of the gun after filing a complaint with the school on his "inappropriate" behavior.
“I will accept and learn from the criticism, but I will NOT accept being compared to the shooter who murdered my classmates," Kashuv tweeted.
The 19-year-old college student who survived the April 30th mass shooting called for common sense solutions to gun violence.
An elementary school teacher responded to a Parkland shooting survivor's tweet with a video of himself and his sons holding and shooting guns. The video has since been deleted.