Cities Sue Over Pentagon’s Failure to Report Crimes to Gun Database

The suit seeks to establish federal monitoring of the military’s compliance with reporting laws, after lapses were exposed following a massacre at a Texas church.

Despite Internal Review, Justice Department Officials Say Congress Needs to Act on Bump Stocks

The Justice Department is continuing to work on the issue of bump stocks, despite public and private misgivings of its own officials.

House Votes to Sharply Expand Concealed-Carry Gun Rights

The House easily passed legislation requiring each state to recognize another state’s concealed-carry gun permit. But the bill faces doubt in the Senate.

Justice Dept. Orders Review of Background Check System for Gun Buyers

Jeff Sessions, the attorney general, said that the mass shooting in Texas this month showed that “relevant information may not be getting reported” to the database.

After ‘So Much Sadness,’ What Is There to Be Thankful For?

For many families across an America battered by wildfires, hurricanes and mass shootings, this Thanksgiving is the first major holiday since life was ripped apart.

The Day the Pastor Was Away and Evil Came Barging Into His Church

Frank Pomeroy, whose daughter was among those killed in Sutherland Springs, Tex., must help heal a torn community while trying to heal himself.