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War veteran lawmakers debate how Congress should respond to Las Vegas shooting
Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., and Rep. Scott Taylor, R-Va., both Iraq War veterans with opposing views on gun control, sit down with Martha Raddatz to discuss how Congress should respond to the Las Vegas shooting.
'This Week' Transcript 10-8-17: Aftermath of the Las Vegas Mass Shooting
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR OCTOBER 8, 2017 AND WILL BE UPDATED. REP. SETH MOULTON : Well, it's shown. They're shown to affect gun violence . I mean, there are plenty of studies that show that states that have tighter gun laws have less gun violence. And this is an American epidemic. It's really
Kendis Gibson Official Biography
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'10% Happier with Dan Harris' and Actress, Singer Margot Bingham
Bingham, who stars on ABC's "The Family" and is best known for her role as Daughter Maitland on "Boardwalk Empire," discusses her meditation practice.
President Obama Tears Up Recalling Mass Shooting Victims
Obama unveiled several measures intended to advance his gun safety agenda, as we look back on America's gun history.
President Obama Announces Executive Action on Gun Control
An emotional president remembered the victims of recent mass shootings as he revealed new measures to reduce gun violence in the country.
Lone Wolves With 'Concerning' Behavior Committed Most Attacks on Federal Buildings, Secret Service Says
Most attacks on federal government buildings and officials were carried out by so-called lone wolves using firearms who exhibited "concerning" behavior beforehand, according to a new study by the U.S. Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center. The Secret Service says many of the cases
Looking Back at the ‘Too Many Times’ Obama Has Addressed a Mass Shooting
"There’s been another mass shooting in America." With those words of lament, President Obama began his emotional statement on the shooting in Roseburg, Ore., Thursday -- the 15th time he’s had to make remarks following a mass shooting. Never has he appeared to so angry or so frustrated -- or so
Walter Reed Medical Center on Lockdown
Authorities responded to a suspected 'active shooter' at the facility near Bethesda, Maryland after an unconfirmed report of a single gunshot.
US Law Enforcement on High Alert for July 4th Weekend
Fears about ISIS supporters launching attacks have police on edge all around the country.