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Again the question: Could armed teachers stop shootings?
In the aftermath of yet another mass shooting inside a school, Trump says that if one of the victims had been armed "he would have shot and that would have been the end of it."
The Latest: NY lawmaker links mass murderers, Democrats
Democrats are voicing outrage over comments that Republican Rep. Claudia Tenney of New York made claiming that "so many of these people that commit the mass murders end up being Democrats."
Trump holds listening session with students on mass shootings
Parents and students — including those who were impacted by the deadly mass shooting at a Parkland, Fla. high school — offered emotional stories of their experiences during a “listening session” with President Donald Trump on Wednesday — narratives that painted a painful portrait of the youngest
Student survivors of mass shooting say they're disappointed in lawmakers, but vow to keep fighting
They were cheered at rallies for their moving stories of survival. They were comforted by politicians who wore ribbons in honor of their dead classmates. But the students who survived the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School say the things they didn't receive in their trip to the
Florida lawmakers face political pressure after Parkland shooting
A number of Florida politicians are facing public pressure to act after 17 students were killed during a deadly mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland last week — blowback that advocates hope could bring about some type of reform in the gun-friendly state. What that
5 common reasons lawmakers don't change gun laws
In the wake of another deadly mass shooting, politicians, victims, and advocates are calling for reforms to America's gun laws - but proposals to expand background checks or ban certain types of guns typically don't get very far. Here’s a look at five common reasons lawmakers say they don’t support
Most see inaction on mass shootings; mental health screening is a priority (POLL)
Large majorities of Americans say neither President Donald Trump nor Congress are doing enough to try to prevent mass shootings like the one that took 17 lives in Parkland, Florida, last week, with improved mental health screening and treatment leading the public’s preferences for action. Most in a
Florida student says politicians 'not doing their jobs' after another school shooting
"This Week" co-anchor Martha Raddatz sat down with the Hogg family in Parkland, Fla. Siblings David and Lauren Hogg were in the school when the shooting broke out, and Lauren lost four friends.
The Note: A surprising road to familiar results
The TAKE with Rick Klein The results should feel familiar by now, even if the road there is constantly surprising. President Donald Trump wants to go very broad on immigration, only signing off on a plan for Dreamers if the border wall is funded and legal immigration is curtailed. But he wants to
Budget undercuts Trump focus on mental health, school safety
Budget undercuts Trump's call for a focus on mental health and school safety in response to Florida shootings