gun control

A recent analysis reveals that Americans' dissatisfied with the nation's gun laws is growing.
A 24/7 Wall St. analysis reveals that this southern state has the worst gun laws in America.
Two recent mass killings have brought the issue of gun control front and center again, even as gun sales continue at near-record levels.
Gunmaker Smith & Wesson reported better-than-expected quarterly results on Thursday evening, but sales are showing signs of eroding in the coming year.
A proposed rule would make it harder for banks to deny services to industries such as gun and ammunition makers. The Trump administration is trying to force the rule through before a new president...
Gun sales in the first nine months of this year have already set an annual record, surpassing the record set in all of last year.
A recent study notes a sharply rising trend in gun deaths in the United States over the three years between 2015 and 2017 compared with the previous 15-year period.
Walmart will stop selling certain types of ammunition in all its U.S. stores and take other steps the company hopes will lead more diligence in gun sales.
Recent mass shootings in Texas and Ohio have spurred discussion and argument over what the United States should do to control the use of firearms.
Whether a person can openly carry a firearm depends on state law. The same is true for carrying concealed weapons although the rules may be stricter for concealment. But do more guns mean more safety...
Ammo maker Vista Outdoor posted weak results Thursday morning and lowered its outlook for the current fiscal year. Investors have weighed in shortly thereafter.
Shares of the so-called gun stocks have reacted to the news of two mass shootings over the weekend, even if they look muted compared with prior reactions to mass shootings.
A new study from researchers at Boston University finds three types of laws that reduce state homicide rates. Banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines are not among them.
Gun sales are down and stores that sell firearms, like Sportsman's Warehouse, are feeling the pinch. There are several reasons for the sales drop, none of which looks to get fixed soon.
After Sportsman's Warehouse reported fiscal first-quarter results, its stock climbed more than 8%. That was mainly due to gun sales. But the company warns that it won't last.