3 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Gun dealers across the country reported losing nearly 11,000 firearms in 2012 and had 6,000 more guns stolen from their stores, according to a new federal report from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives .
7 hrs ago | WTAJ
For more than 30 years Allegheny Trade Company has been selling guns in Duncansville.
11 hrs ago | KFVS12
The Sikeston Department of Public Safety and the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are working together to reduce violent crime in Sikeston.
11 hrs ago | The Star Press
State regulators ordered a Near-Westside recycling company that burned down during the weekend company to reduce the number of tires stored there last year because it could pose a fire hazard.
14 hrs ago | Center for American Progress
Law-enforcement officials stand outside Riverview Gun Sales, December 20, 2012, as authorities raid the store in East Windsor, Connecticut.
15 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
The White House is reporting progress on President Barack Obama's initiatives to reduce gun violence, but says the most important step would be getting a reluctant Congress to pass new firearms laws.
Just how many unregistered or stolen guns are available on the streets? A new report by the Department of Justice and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives finds the numbers are staggering.
President Obama's nominee to head the embattled Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives remains the focus of a federal investigation and a senior Republican is asking why his confirmation hearings last week weren't postponed until the case has been resolved.
Slightly more than 190,000 firearms were reported lost or stolen across the country last year, according to a new report by the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives.
Federal law enforcement is confusing. People entering the country illegally are in violation of our immigration laws.
CBS reporter Sheryl Atkissson, speaking this morning on CBS News, said that a forensic examination of her home and office computers showed that it had been subject to several remote searches by unidentified people in late 2012.
A smoldering debris pile that was too hot and too unsteady to sift through kept fire investigators at bay Sunday as they looked to find a cause behind the weekend fire that sent heavy black smoke rolling across the city.
June 16, 2013: Harris County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a burglary in the Senterra Lakes subdivision.
For four months last year, Essam "Sam" Rabadi commanded an intensive federal-local "surge" in the toughest neighborhoods of Philadelphia, leading to charges against 92 defendants.
Understanding what the Internal Revenue Service targeting of conservative non-profit organizations meant to the victims becomes much easier once you hear the story of Catherine Engelbrecht of Richmond, Texas.
During this sunny, pleasant weekend, a delicious smattering of Juneteenth celebrations are popping up around the city and region.