Online Gun Sellers Settle Lawsuit Over Large-Capacity Magazines In CaliforniaFive online gun equipment suppliers have agreed to stop selling or advertising large-capacity firearm magazines or magazine repair kits to California customers in a settlement of a lawsuit filed by the San Francisco City Attorney's Office.
San Francisco Lawsuit Takes Aim At Sellers Of Large-Capacity Ammunition Magazine 'Kits'San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera Thursday sued five online gun equipment suppliers selling disassembled large-capacity ammunition magazines as "repair kits" in an alleged attempt to get around state laws.
Levi's CEO Urges Customers Not To Bring Guns Into Their StoresThe CEO of Levi's is asking customers and employees not to bring guns into its stores, offices or facilities, even in states where it's legal.
Fairfield Police Detain 6 Teens In Car, Arrest 2 Who Were Armed, MaskedTwo Solano County teens were arrested in Fairfield on Saturday after police received reports of people wearing masks and carrying guns in a residential neighborhood.
California Adopts Even Tougher Gun Control Measures With Prop 63 PassageCalifornians have passed a ballot initiative that expands on some of the nation's toughest gun control measures.
Psychotic Breakdown In San Francisco Leads To Massive ArsenalA report of shots fired and an armed man having a psychotic breakdown last week led police in San Francisco to the alleged shooter and an arsenal of 57 firearms including semi-automatic rifles and machine guns, authorities said.
New Google Chrome Extension Erases Names, Photos Of Mass KillersA newly launched Google Chrome plug-in removes mass shooters' names and photos from major news websites in hopes of curbing future attacks by copycats who have a "desire for notoriety."
Facebook Cracks Down On Gun Sales, Advertising On Its NetworkFacebook announced a new policy that bars private individuals from advertising or selling firearms on the world's largest social network.

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