guns in schools
The high school math teacher told a detective he was just joking.
The Florida officer's gun was holstered but reportedly went off when he leaned against a wall.
Advocacy groups want to know if the NRA had a hand in the decision to allow schools to use federal funds to buy guns.
The boy allegedly targeted students who bullied him, police said.
Eddie Eagle isn't as overtly sinister as the "Who Is America?" iteration, but he doesn't seem to be helping kids, either.
He has a very open idea of open carry.
Educators tell the president they want to teach, not shoot.
The district security director was able to make the purchase without consulting the school board.
On March 16, an 11-year-old child in Queens, New York, found a loaded .380-caliber handgun under his grandfather’s bed and
With names like Shooting Play, Army Machine Gun and Rapid Firing Gun, are we not pretending that these toys are doing anything other than re-enacting death and destruction in a play format?
"Guns don't kill people. People kill people." We've all heard this argument. Some think it ridiculous, while others chant it like a mantra--especially every time one of a thousand massacres in the US manages to get airtime, or a kid shoots another kid.
The author of a law allowing guns in class says proposals to block firearms from classrooms "will not pass."
According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, seven states now have provisions allowing the carrying of concealed
In a letter posted online, Westbrook principal Karen Chatterton urged parents to "have a conversation with your child about