During a rare weekend session that turned into a debate on gun control, state legislators agree to advance a bill aimed at increasing school safety.
It was business as usual on gun legislation in Washington on Monday But some lawmakers remain hopeful that a compromise can be reached to provide common-sense gun laws in America It's business as usual on gun legislation in Washington.
Although the rate of suicides among black Americans is typically lower than that of whites, researchers have recently discovered alarming findings regarding black children ages 5 to 11.
Just when our politics seemed destined to freeze into a brain-dead brand of partisanship, party lines started cracking up.
A not-so-small miracle is unfolding before our eyes. After nearly two decades in which established opinion insisted that it would never again be possible to pass sensible regulations of firearms, the unthinkable is on the verge of happening.
A pro-gun Missouri Republican has introduced legislation that would make it a felony for state lawmakers to so much as propose firearm safety regulations.
A look at the day's political happenings, including John Kerry's Senate replacement named and the GOP's failing attempt to rig the 2016 presidential election.
In an interview on MSNBC ahead of the Senate's hearing on gun safety Wednesday, Sen Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn, responded to a question by Chuck Todd on background checks for gun buyers by changing the subject to video games .