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    'Domestic terrorism' on the rise after dual massacres in less than 24 hours

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  • Search for gunman continues in Illinois parade shooting

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  • Video from apartment captured shooting at Fourth of July parade in Illinois

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  • Ex-boyfriend arrested in shooting death of mother pushing stroller in New York

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  • New York lawmakers approve stiffer gun legislation

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  • Oregon faith leaders push gun reforms through ballot initiative

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  • Woman fatally shot in NYC while pushing baby in stroller

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  • Two dead after 'massive' Philadelphia neighborhood shootout

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  • Employee killed at Atlanta Subway over ‘too much mayonnaise’ on sandwich

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  • 5-month-old girl fatally shot in Chicago, police say

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  • 'Lives will be saved': President Biden signs landmark gun legislation into law

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  • Biden set to sign historic bipartisan gun legislation into law

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  • Biden: Supreme Court ruling on carrying guns in public ‘contradicts’ the Constitution

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  • Senate passes historic gun bill with overwhelming bipartisan support

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  • New York leaders react to Supreme Court striking down gun law

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  • Supreme Court overturns New York concealed gun law

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  • Analyzing impact of Supreme Court's decision on New York gun rights law

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  • Gunman kills 1, injures 1 in shooting on San Francisco train

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  • Texas Tribune’s timeline of Uvalde shooting shows lack of ‘clear order and command’

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  • New gun legislation compromise clears major hurdle in the Senate

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YouTube videos that allegedly taught Buffalo suspect to modify gun are still online 

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The videos the Buffalo shooting suspect allegedly used to modify his gun are still online despite appearing to violate YouTube’s community guidelines. NBC News’ Joshua Eaton reports on how gun advocacy groups want technology platforms like YouTube to strengthen their gun policies.