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    Bipartisan lawmakers move to address gun control after Uvalde massacre

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  • Trump speaks at NRA convention just days after Uvalde shooting

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  • Trump calls for more school security, change to mental health approach during NRA speech

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  • Biden praises Naval Academy graduates: 'You are ready'

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  • NRA convention held in Houston just days after Texas mass shooting

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  • New York court rules Trump must testify in civil investigation

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  • FDA facing scrutiny over infant formula shortage in Senate hearing

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  • Blinken on U.S. relationship with China: 'We aren't looking for conflict or a new Cold War'

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  • Does the 2nd Amendment actually give you the right to own a gun?

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  • Senate Democrats join gun control rally after school shooting in Uvalde

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  • Biden signs executive order aimed at reforming policing practices

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  • One Ukrainian’s priest’s journey to rescue people on the frontlines

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  • Beto O’Rourke confronts Gov. Greg Abbott after Uvalde massacre: ‘This is on you’

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  • How Congress is responding to the massacre at Robb Elementary School

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  • Georgia voters reject Trump-endorsed candidates in critical primary

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  • ‘Today we are acting’: Biden signs executive order on policing reform

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  • Biden calls for 'common sense gun reforms' after Texas school shooting

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  • 'Unimaginable': ATF nominee expresses sympathies to families of Texas school shooting victims

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  • Trump-backed pick Perdue falls short in Georgia governor bid

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  • Georgia Gov. Kemp vows to ‘make sure’ Stacey Abrams will not be next governor in primary win speech

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Sanders: Rosenstein 'had always planned to stay around 2 years'

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White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders pushed back against suggestions that Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein was forced out saying that he had “always” planned to stay with the administration for about two years.