Top eight stories for today including the Supreme Court struck down the federal right to abortion; Ukraine moved closer to becoming a member of the European Union; Congress passed a bipartisan gun violence prevention bill, and more.
Biden was vice president at the time of the shooting and was tapped by then-President Barack Obama to lead an ill-fated effort to tighten gun laws.
Top eight stories for today including a federal judge declared a mistrial in a criminal case involving funding for the border wall; Dutch prosecutors asked for a life sentence for two men charged with killing a famed crime journalist; The Supreme Court’s rulings are no longer in line with the preferences of most Americans, and more.
A long-haul truck driver allegedly called in threats from the road, prompting schools to lock down.
Two Republicans helped push the vote on Steve Dettelbach over the finish line.
Calling out elected Republicans for lack of action on gun violence, the president urged voters to back Democratic candidates in the midterm elections.
Top eight stories for today including Russian troops closed in on two key cities in eastern Ukraine; Beto O’Rourke headlined a protest outside the National Rifle Association’s convention in Houston; Wall Street recovered after eight weeks of straight losses, and more.
(CN) – Two Florida women who lost their loved ones in a Texas plane crash but were excluded from a suit involving other family may find relief, the 11th Circuit ruled. Paul Mazak had been piloting the private twin-engine plane carrying Richard Schippers, his son Shane Schippers and a third man named Malcolm Lavender out of
Gendron has pleaded not guilty.
Top eight stories for today including Russian forces are making advances in the Donbas region as Ukrainian troops fight to hold onto key cities; Texas Governor Greg Abbott blamed a mental health crisis for the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde; President Biden’s nominee to champion the enforcement of U.S. gun laws faced a tense confirmation hearing, and more.
After months of speculation, the Oscar-winning actor has announced he will not enter the Texas governor’s race.
AUSTIN, Texas — In a federal lawsuit seeking $27 billion, a class of students, parents, teachers and staff at the Texas elementary school that was the scene of a mass shooting in May claim local police strayed from well-established protocols in failing to quickly respond to an active shooter.
DEL RIO, Texas — Families of survivors of the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, filed a federal lawsuit blaming the massacre on the school district, local police and gun manufacturers.
Policymakers looking to stop school shootings have countless options, but research suggests that lots of the ideas on the table are ineffective and even harmful. Here’s what works and what doesn’t.
The confrontation comes a month after protests at the justice’s home following the leak of a draft Supreme Court ruling that would overturn federal abortion protections.
Although it stands little chance of passing the Senate, it's the first House vote on assault weapons since 1994.
A bounty-hunter law modeled after Texas’ 2021 abortion law targets makers and sellers of untraceable ghost guns and illegal assault weapons with civil lawsuits filed by private citizens.
A judge rejected counterclaims from the powerful gun lobby that the state's probe singles it out unfairly.
It’s well known that as a species, humans are worse than dogs. But why must homo sapiens be so intent on proving it over and over again?
Lars Kepler Lane lost his life a year ago in the worst mass shooting in San Francisco Bay Area history.