ABC News(DES MOINES, Iowa) — A week after two mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, a growing number of Democratic presidential candidates are calling on Walmart, one of country’s leading sellers of firearms, to stop selling guns.
liveslow/iStock(DES MOINES, Iowa) — Seventeen Democratic presidential candidates joined gun control advocates at a rally in Iowa on Saturday and called for the Senate to vote on a pair of background check bills passed by the House
yorkfoto/iStock(TOLEDO, Ohio) — An Ohio man has been hit with federal charges after threatening Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with an online post that said the outspoken congresswoman from New York “should be shot.” Timothy James Ireland Jr., 41,
Twitter/@BetoORourke(EL PASO, Texas) — Former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke pulled himself from the presidential campaign trail this week to focus on grieving with his native El Paso, in the days after a mass shooting took the lives
ABC News(NEW YORK) — In the days since the mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, more 2020 candidates have started using the words “white supremacist” to describe not just some of President Donald Trump’s supporters, but even
Tasos Katopodis(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump said on Friday that he received another letter from North Korea’s Kim Jong Un on Thursday amid stalled talks over the regime’s nuclear weapons program and Kim’s recent missile launches. Trump
Tom Brenner/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign said Friday he “misspoke” after he came under fire for a gaffe he made during an Asian and Latino Coalition PAC event Wednesday night in Iowa, saying
Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump said Friday that he thinks “very meaningful background checks” can pass Congress but said the Republican-controlled Senate doesn’t need to come back early from its August