Air Force photo by Wayne A. Clark

Three major U.S. cities filed a suit against the Pentagon that would require the military to submit to federal court monitoring of its compliance with a law to prevent firearms purchases by felons and domestic abusers — such as the Air Force veteran who in November perpetrated one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history.

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Gun owners in California may soon be required to undergo background checks before purchasing ammunition — and even more proposed regulations could result in higher ammo prices across the state, Guns.com reports.

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The Supreme Court has rejected a major 2nd Amendment challenge to California’s strict limits on carrying concealed guns in public.

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Police say an Air Force second lieutenant “acted heroically” when he drew a gun on a man who was stabbing his own brother during a fight in Austin, Arkansas, local ABC News affiliate KATV reports.

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Texas lawmakers introduced legislation last week that would allow medics and firefighters statewide to carry handguns when responding to 911 calls, Austin NBC News affiliate KXAN reports.

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Hunter Jackson, 4, was suspended from his Troy, Illinois, preschool March 20 for bringing the spent shell casing from a .22 long rifle bullet to school to show his friends.

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