President Obama held an event at the White House, urging Congress to take immediate action on reducing gun violence. Here's a look at stories shaping tonight's rundown.
On Thursday, President Obama held an event at the White House with Vice President Biden, mothers, and law-enforcement officials to put the spotlight back on reducing gun violence. The president urged Congress to take immediate action, at the very least in honor of Newtown victims and their families. Obama said, ”Shame on us if we’ve forgotten. I haven’t forgotten those kids.” This comes on the same day authorities in Connecticut revealed a list of items found in Newtown shooter Adam Lanza’s home.
Here’s a look at stories shaping tonight’s rundown:
- President Obama jumps back into the gun debate
- Newtown documents released by Danbury state attorney
- Newtown shooter Adam Lanza had arsenal of guns, ammunition, swords, knives
- Lanza fired 155 bullets in less than five minutes
- Newtown families appear in new gun ad
- Obama’s gay marriage legacy
- Gabby Giffords to give Bard College commencement
- Shot Pakistani teen Malala Yousafzai writing book
- Stephen Colbert fears Tennessee mop sink is for Muslim mops