In NRA speech, Trump does not back any gun reforms but calls for security overhaul at schools
Former President Donald Trump did not back any gun reforms in a speech Friday at the National Rifle Association's convention in Houston, instead calling for funding for schools to seal all but one entrance, station armed guards at that entrance and allow teachers to carry firearms.
Team Canada players raised 'concerns' about match with Iran before it was cancelled: Canada Soccer
News/Politics: Players on Canada's men's soccer team raised concerns about a controversial friendly match against Iran — and Canada Soccer confirms that pushback factored into its sudden decision to cancel the event.
McCarthy won't comply with Jan. 6 panel subpoena as it stands and issues demands
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy sent a letter via his lawyer to the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol, outlining why he will not comply with his subpoena as it stands and delivering a list of demands in order to move forward.
Government disagrees with top court's decision on gunman's parole but will respect it: Lametti
News/Politics: The Liberal government says that while it supports a longer period of parole ineligibility in cases like the Quebec City mosque shooting, it will respect the Supreme Court of Canada's decision to limit Alexandre Bissonnette's parole ineligibility to just 25 years.
Georgia DA investigating Trump has subpoenaed officials from secretary of state's office
An Atlanta-area district attorney investigating Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election results has subpoenaed half a dozen officials from the Georgia secretary of state's office, according to copies of the documents obtained by CNN.