he tough gun control bill passed last month by the Maryland General Assembly has something in it for backers of gun-rights. A provision in the bill shields from public view state gun records that are currently public.
Immigration reform will again dominate congressional hearings this week, and a new poll shows that Virginians support making changes to the immigration system.
The National Sporting Goods Association says in
the last decade the number of
women who participated in shooting sports
increased to more than 5 million, up
51.5 percent from 2001 to 2011.
It\’s not a new headquarters, but the FBI is
looking to build
something in Prince William County: A firing
Fairfax County is working on a formal gun give-
back program to get unwanted weapons off the
A gun control bill that\’s one of the first pieces
to be introduced in the 113th Congress is likely
to face tough opposition.
Gun sales have increased in the wake of the Connecticut shootings that gave rise to talk about new guns restrictions. And Friday morning, business was brisk at local gun shops in Virginia.
Some area gunowners who exchanged guns for gift cards Saturday in Prince George\’s County said that the Friday shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., factored in their decision to turn in their guns.
Seth Horvitz, a 38-year-old musician who lives
in D.C., says he
ordered a flat-screen TV from Amazon but the
cardboard box delivered to his Brookland home
contained the weapon.
The District is relatively new to legal
firearms, so the
billboard soon to be placed on a downtown D.C.
may come as a shock, or perhaps, as a welcome
After years of fighting over the issue, a long-standing ban on openly carrying guns in Virginia State Parks is set to officially end Monday.
Brian Nelle is only in seventh grade, but his ingenuity has already made a difference in the life of a wounded veteran.
A gun range holds what it calls \”poker shootouts.\” You get seven shots. The aim is to get the best poker hand on the target.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.