Nearly four dozen mayors from South Georgia to North Georgia want stricter gun laws.
The Jacksonville gunman drove to a university before opening fire at a nearby store. Days later, UNC Chapel Hill went on lockdown as a faculty member was shot. A campus security expert offers advice.
New York's attorney general is suing a Georgia gun accessory manufacturer for selling a magazine lock that can be easily removed to attach high-capacity magazines. The magazine lock supplied by Woodstock-based Mean Arms allowed a white gunman to insert multiple 30-round magazines to the AR-15 he used in the racist 2022 Buffalo massacre.
A Georgia House subcommittee heard testimony on a bill aimed at punishing gun owners who negligently allow firearms to fall into the hands of unsupervised children.
Most U.S. adults want to see gun laws made stricter and think gun violence is increasing nationwide. That's according to a new poll that finds broad public support for a variety of gun restrictions.
Federal law prevents some convicted domestic abusers from owning a gun, depending on their relationship to the victim. The new gun safety bill would expand that definition to include dating partners.
Shonda Rhimes, Jimmy Kimmel and Bill Lawrence are among the 200 movie and TV producers, directors and writers who are pledging to revisit the use of guns in their storytelling — but not to omit them.
Monday on Political Rewind: Congress negotiates gun safety laws in the wake of mass shootings. Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court considers a major Second Amendment case and a PAC supporting Herschel Walker fuels controversy over a gas giveaway.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The Tulsa shooting raises the stakes in the gun control debate as the U.S. House prepares to pass bills in response. Our guests weigh in on how it'll impact Georgia races this fall.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Georgia-based Daniel Defense is facing widespread criticism, after the gun it manufactured was used in the Uvalde massacre. Meanwhile, Herschel Walker's response to the shooting is fodder for Democrats and reports say Trump is mad over primary losses.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Perdue conceded to helping Kemp win the race for Governor, but will Trump do the same? Meanwhile, Democrats are mobilizing voters across the state. And, Herschel Walker is mounting millions. Plus. questions about gun safety linger.
Accidental gunshot deaths by children handling a gun were higher in March through December 2020 than during that same time in 2019. Researchers think 2021 will be worse.
Philadelphia is suing Pennsylvania so that the city can enact stronger gun control laws. City officials want the freedom to pass their own measures aimed at curbing gun violence.
The Trump Administration's new suicide prevention strategy mentions the touchy subject of gun-safety. It will aim to fight the stigma around people seeking help during a mental health crisis.
At March for Science Atlanta's upcoming Rally for Science, the keynote speaker is Emory University professor Linda DeGutis. She will speak on the...