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Hillary Clinton Officially Introduces Tim Kaine During Campaign Rally
The presumptive Democratic nominee and her Vice Presidential pick speak at a campaign event in Miami, Florida.
AP Poll: Support Grows Among Americans for Stricter Gun Laws
A new AP-GfK poll shows that Americans are increasingly in favor of stricter gun laws
A Look at the AP-Gfk Poll on American Attitudes About Guns
Americans widely support some of the most often-proposed limits on firearm ownership, including universal background checks and banning semi-automatic weapons such as the AR-15
California to Require Serial Numbers for Homemade Guns
California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation requiring hobbyists who assemble homemade guns to apply for a serial number and submit to a background check
Hundreds Line Cleveland Bridge in Pre-Convention Rally
Hundreds of people have gathered in a peaceful rally along a major bridge near downtown Cleveland the day before the Republican National Convention gets underway
Gun Control Advocates Arrested 1 Month After Mass Shooting
A month after the Orlando nightclub shooting, dozens of gun control advocates staged a 49-hour sit-in near Sen. Marco Rubio's office to remember the 49 victims
Newtown Elementary School Shooting Victim's Daughter Takes Gun Control Fight to Senate
elementary school mass shooting, discusses work towards stricter gun control in US.
NRA Lobbyist Says Lawmakers Supporting Gun Control Push Will "Pay A Price For It"
Contentious fight over gun control on Capitol Hill sparks outrage over Second Amendment rights.
Senate to Vote on Gun Measures That Have Previously Failed
As the Senate gears up for votes Monday evening on four measures to address gun violence, a unifying factor between the bills is that previous versions have all failed before -- and few people expect a different result this time. The last time a mass shooting spurred the Senate to action was in
NRA Officials Say People Drinking at Clubs Shouldn’t Be Armed
The NRA's top lobbyist said no one should go into a nightclub "drinking and carrying firearms" when asked about Donald Trump's comments about whether armed club-goers may have prevented the Orlando nightclub shooting, and NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre echoed those remarks in a separate interview. At a