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Texas school shooting the subject of "horrifying" conspiracy theories
It happened after Sandy Hook, Parkland, Orlando and Buffalo. Uvalde is no exception.
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Biden's nominee to lead national firearm regulator faces Senate committee
If confirmed, Steven Dettelbach will be the ATF's first official director in seven years
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Texas bar seeks to punish Ken Paxton for election lawsuit
The state bar is suing Paxton over his petition to the Supreme Court to block Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election.
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Texas gun laws allow 18-year-olds to buy AR-15s, the weapons used in Uvalde shooting
The gunman legally purchased two AR-style rifles at a local federal firearms licensee on May 17 and on May 20, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
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Oklahoma governor signs nation's strictest abortion ban
Two of Oklahoma's four abortion clinics already stopped providing abortions after the governor signed a six-week ban earlier this month​.
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NRA says it is "committed to making schools secure" and Texas convention will still go on
President Trump said Wednesday he still plans on attending the convention.
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Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary headed to a recount
Unofficial results show Mehmet Oz narrowly ahead of David McCormick, and Pennsylvania law says statewide races must go to a recount if the top candidate is ahead by 0.5% of the vote or less.
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O'Rourke to Abbott at Uvalde presser: "You are doing nothing"
One of the officials on stage told O'Rourke, "You are out of line" and called him a "sick son of a b****."
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Watch Live: Biden signs policing order 2 years after George Floyd's death
The president is signing an order reforming federal policing practices and establishing a database of officer misconduct.
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Senate Democrats search for path forward on gun control after Texas shooting
Democratic leaders implored Republican senators to drop their opposition to gun legislation while signaling that the Senate won't immediately hold votes.
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Uvalde congressman Tony Gonzales on elementary school shooting
Representative Tony Gonzales, who represents Uvalde's district, joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss a deadly mass shooting at Robb Elementary School.
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CBS News' Holly Williams on reporting from Ukraine's front line
CBS News senior foreign correspondent Holly Williams talks with host Michael Morell about her reporting in Ukraine over the last eight years, since 2014.
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Ex-Sandy Hook congressman begs for gun laws after Texas school shooting
"I am here on this floor to beg — to literally get down on my hands and knees and beg my colleagues," he said. "Find a path forward here."
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Watch Live: Biden addresses deadly Texas school shooting
President Biden is addressing the killing of at least 15 at an elementary school in Texas.
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Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Texas and Minnesota primary results
Trump has set his sights on Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
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Iraqi man in U.S. charged in alleged ISIS plot to kill George W. Bush
The FBI said the man was involved in a scheme to smuggle four ISIS operatives into the country to kill the former president.
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Biden to sign policing executive order 2 years after George Floyd died
Biden is signing the order on federal policing two years after Floyd died at the hands of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
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Pelosi responds to archbishop denying her communion over abortion stance
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi noted the Catholic Church isn't reprimanding lawmakers who support the death penalty.
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