The President of the gun rights organization that has filed a federal lawsuit against Connecticut's new gun law is speaking out Thursday.
Authorities on Tuesday released nearly 600 photos that investigators took in the aftermath of the Tucson shooting rampage that killed six people and wounded
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is meeting with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg to discuss Connecticut's new gun control law.
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A University of Texas law student has made history and headlines recently by successfully firing the world’s first 3-D printed gun, but some lawmakers are
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Warrants to temporarily seize weapons from individuals who are a threat to themselves or others have been rising in Connecticut, even before the killings last
Two school districts are going ahead with plans to hire armed guards even as other Connecticut municipalities and states across the country have backed away
Connecticut's two U.S. senators say they still think there's a chance to pass gun control legislation this year following its recent Senate defeat.
The Connecticut based National Shooting Sports Foundation is defending its opposition to that universal background check bill that failed in the U.S. Senate
On the heels of the defeat of the gun bill, some teen activists held a protest Thursday, outside of a Newtown-based, pro-gun organization.
There's bipartisan disbelief and disappointment at the Connecticut Capitol. Republican and Democratic leaders in Hartford are saying the U.S. Senate made a big
Connecticut officials are reacting with shock and anger after the U.S. Senate rejected gun control legislation inspired by the school massacre in the state,
President Obama spoke on the Senate's failure to pass a measure that would have expanded background checks for gun sales.
Connecticut gun and ammunition makers are looking for a way around the state's new gun law, but in some cases it just may not be financially viable.
Governor Malloy is refusing to apologize to a state gun maker who says that remarks the Governor made about the gun industry are 'insulting and slanderous' to