President Obama is traveling to Colorado on Wednesday to keep the debate alive on reducing gun violence. Get the first look at stories shaping tonight's rundown.
President Obama is traveling to Colorado on Wednesday to keep the debate alive on reducing gun violence. He’ll be delivering remarks at the at the Denver Police Academy. He’s expected to applaud state lawmakers and Gov. John Hickenlooper for recently passing some of the strictest gun control measures on the books.
Here’s a look at some of the headlines shaping tonight’s rundown:
- Mother Jones: NRA’s school security plan cites phony shooting
- President Obama in Colorado on Wednesday to push national gun-control
- Top Obama aide fears DC ‘cold feet’ on gun control
- N.Y. Rep. Carolyn Maloney received death threats over support for gun control legislation
- A 50-State analysis of gun violence and its link to weak state gun laws
- Hillary Clinton returns to public stage as 2016 watch begins
- Biden, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz to headline dueling South Carolina fundraisers next month
- Louisiana 2014 race: Bill Cassidy challenging Mary Landrieu
- Obama to attend Bush library dedication in Dallas
- Chris Christie: ‘I completely support the decision to remove Coach Rice’