A bill before Canada's Parliament aims to stop the spread of handguns — but one of the most difficult challenges for Canada is the guns being smuggled over the border from the U.S.
Under Colombia's peace deal, FARC guerrillas turned over their weapons to the United Nations. Now many of them lie in the ground of a Bogotá museum.
How much damage a bullet does when fired at the human body hinges on physics. Our latest "Let's Talk" video shows and explains why certain types of ammunition cause greater havoc than others.
Former special operations agent Paul Scharre helped create U.S. military guidelines on autonomous weapons. His new book Army of None, looks at the advances in technology, and the questions they raise.
A review by the RAND Corporation finds little evidence as to whether many popular gun control policies do or don't affect gun violence. In many cases, solid studies just haven't been done.
Some modern shoulder-fired weapons produce blast waves powerful enough to rattle the brain. A $30 million study aims to help the military figure out how much blast exposure, over time, is too much.
The unexploded bomb, which had been buried for decades, was discovered near a gas station in Thessaloniki. Officials took no chances, evacuating more than 70,000 people before removing it.
Stun guns are often used by law enforcement to incapacitate suspects. When the non-lethal weapon is deployed, it sends an electrical charge.
It sounds like science fiction, but it's a very real and contentious debate that is making its way through the U.N. Advocates of a ban want all military weapons to be under "meaningful human control."