The city of Sanford, Florida, already has a secret law-enforcement plan to deal with potential riots and unrest in the wake of a possible acquittal of George Zimmerman. Miami has efforts to keep the peace underway as well.

Governor Jay Nixon of Missouri vetoed a state bill that would have protected the right to keep and bear arms from federal infringement.

A last minute "amendatory veto" by Democratic governor Pat Quinn threatens to unravel the consensus in Illinois which legalized concealed carry of a firearm.

The prosecution of George Zimmerman for second-degree murder in the killing of Trayvon Martin last year appears to be collapsing, thanks in large part to testimony offered by witnesses called by prosecutors, according to legal experts and analysts.

Canadians in Alberta were enraged to find that after evacuating them from their homes last month due to flooding, police had seized the firearms from their homes.

The total now stands at more than 130 U.S. representatives who are seeking the immediate resignation of scandal-plagued Attorney General Eric Holder.

A group of U.S. senators asked if the NSA has created a national gun registry by keeping all electronic business transactions in a permanent database.

The U.S. Park Police has no idea how many guns it possesses or where they are, according to an inspector general's report.

When California's El Dorado County Sheriff John D'Agostini stripped agents of the U.S. Forest Service their law enforcement powers inside his county, he was simply exercising his rights as confirmed and explained by Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in Printz v. United States.

Rachel Jeantel, the prosecution’s “star witness” against George Zimmerman, endured an embarrassing grilling both inside the Florida courtroom and in the national media.

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