The US is investigating whether Turkey violated agreements with Washington about the use of US-provided weapons and equipment, including whether Ankara improperly transferred US-supplied weapons to its proxies in Syria, groups that some US officials say may have committed war crimes as part of the Turkish-led incursion targeting America's Kurdish allies.
Tomahawks. A throwing star. Pocket knives. A BB gun. Mini baseball bats. A 750ml bottle of Mango-Habanero Tennessee whiskey.
A Chinese national was sent back to his country after arriving at Detroit Metropolitan Airport with prohibited items.
A new satellite image obtained by CNN shows the smoke trail of a Friday rocket launch by North Korea that is likely a short-range missile, according to the group that analyzed the picture.
Militia leader Larry Mitchell Hopkins should remain behind bars pending his trial on a federal weapons charge, a judge ruled Monday.
The Supreme Court denied a request Friday to temporarily block the Trump administration's rule banning bump stocks.
The Supreme Court denied a request Thursday to put the Trump administration's rule banning bump stocks on hold while legal challenges play out in lower courts.
Before a nationwide ban takes effect next week, residents of Washington state can turn in their bump stocks and receive $150 per device.
The House of Representatives on Wednesday passed significant gun control legislation for the first time in more than two decades, a move that Democrats hope will intensify a pressure campaign for a vote in the Senate.
A federal judge rejected a challenge to the Trump administration's ban on bump-fire stocks Monday.
Elizabeth Warren wants to know how American weapons ended up in the wrong hands in Yemen.
Gary Martin opened fire with a Smith & Wesson on the day he was fired from the Henry Pratt Co. in Aurora, Illinois, killing five workers and wounding five police officers.
Police chiefs who refuse to enforce Washington state's new gun restrictions could be liable if that refusal results in someone buying a gun and committing a crime, state Attorney General Bob Ferguson says.
The top US commander on the Korean Peninsula told Senate lawmakers Tuesday that "despite a reduction" in tensions with North Korea, there has been "little to no verifiable change" in the country's military capabilities since President Donald Trump's first summit with Kim Jong Un last summer.
After a year without any significant gun legislation passed by Congress since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting in Parkland, Florida, Democrats introduced a bill banning high-capacity gun magazines Tuesday, as the one-year anniversary of the massacre nears.
The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen on Saturday denied supplying Iranian-backed Houthi militia and al Qaeda-linked fighters with US-made weapons, according to a report from Saudi state media.
In August, TSA screeners at Atlanta's airport, one of the world's busiest, kept finding guns in carry-on bags. There were 32 in 31 days.
The United States Army announced Wednesday they plan to purchase the Iron Dome weapons system that Israel has been using since 2011.
A glass-making company in Wisconsin gave all their employees handguns for Christmas.
President Donald Trump suggested Monday, one year after the Las Vegas massacre, that bump-fire stocks would be banned "over the next couple of weeks."
A graduate assistant at the University of Utah was reassigned after her syllabus told students who conceal-carry they would have to stand in a "Second Amendment Zone."
China is using a massive international military competition as "a marketing and advertising show" to sell its weapons and military goods, as the country seeks to solidify its place as one of the world's largest arms exporters.
Under a court settlement, people aren't supposed to be able to legally download plans for 3-D printed guns until Wednesday.
Michigan school districts can ban firearms on campus, the state's Supreme Court ruled Friday.