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What the Verdict Against Milwaukee Gun Store Means for Gun Sales
A jury's decision in Wisconsin that a gun store was negligent in the illegal sale of a gun that was later used in a shooting won't necessarily have immediate effects in the gun marketplace, experts said. A jury in Milwaukee sided on Tuesday with two police officers in a civil case that claimed a
Utah Good Samaritan Kills Attempted Carjacking Suspect
An unidentified man is being credited for stopping an alleged attempted carjacking in Utah, ending with his fatally shooting the suspect, authorities said. The encounter, which happened Saturday in Orem, about 40 miles south of Salt Lake City, left Taulagi Matafeo, 26, dead, police said.
Tourist Attraction Provides Access to Automatic Weapons
Machine Gun America permits visitors of 13 years and older to use weapons alongside a rage safety officer.
Bulletproof Backpacks for Kids: Cautious Protection or Feeding Anxiety?
It was an ordinary school day for Demitric Boykin and his 4-year-old daughter, Jaliyah. Ordinary, except for her brand-new backpack. Despite the girly pink fabric and pretty fairies that adorned it, Jaliyah's backpack offered military-grade protection. It could literally stop bullets. "It protects
Newtown Shooting: Bushmaster Under Fire
When the private investment firm Cerberus Capital Management announced Tuesday it would unload its interest in Bushmaster – the company that built the weapon used in last week's mass murder of 20 Connecticut first graders -- it marked the beginning of what experts say is likely to be a challenging
Newtown Shooting: Investment Firm Drops Stake in Bushmaster Group
Officials: Gunman Adam Lanza Murdered 20 Kids, Mostly With Bushmaster Assault-Style Rifle
Newtown Massacre: What Is a Bushmaster .223?
Sources: Shooter's Mom Bought Assault-Style Rifle and Two Pistols From 2010-2012
FBI Reports Gun Background Checks Fell, But Lack of Money Makes Sales Data Hard to Find
In light of the tragic mass shootings in Wisconsin and Colorado this summer, questions naturally arise about who has access to guns. But data about gun sales and research about the best public policies on weapons are scarce. There's a reason for that: money. David Hemenway, professor of health
Got Goals But Lack Discipline? Now You Can Buy It Online
'Committment Stores' Like Stickk.com Help Users Lose Weight, Gain Muscle, Play Chopin
Senators Reject Gun Proposal
Lawmakers Vote Not to Include Plan in Defense Bill to Let Gun Owners Bring Weapons Across State Lines