IN WASHINGTON, STATE ADVOCATES PUSH FOR SMART GUNS
WASHINGTON — Connecticut has become ground zero of sorts for spurring development of smart guns that use technology to prevent accidental or unauthorized discharge of firearms, particularly by children.
FAITH, COMMUNITY LEADERS SUPPORT MAYORS AGAINST GUN VIOLENCE
One hundred pastors, reverends and rabbis met in D.C. Thursday morning to brainstorm ways to help American mayors combat gun violence.
ACTIVISTS TO POLICE: BOYCOTT GUN STORES ON ‘BAD ACTORS’ LIST
Chicago puts out a list of the gun dealers whose weapons show up at crime scenes, and on Saturday activists demanded the city stop doing business with them.
PARTISANS IN GUN DEBATE GRAPPLE FOR COMMON GROUND AFTER LAS VEGAS SHOOTING
Once again, America faces an all-too-familiar narrative. A lone gunman, perhaps overcome by rage or insanity — or a toxic mixture of both — has murdered dozens of innocent people with the sort of rapid-firing weapons designed for military combat.