Here's what Biden has done on guns and what advocacy groups say he can still do without Congress
President Joe Biden has acknowledged there is little he can do without the support of congressional Republicans to stop the horrific mass shootings that happen with alarming frequency in the United States.
Exclusive: DOJ interviews Georgia Republicans about interactions with Trump campaign in fake elector probe
Federal investigators have interviewed Republicans in Georgia about interactions with people in former President Donald Trump's orbit and his 2020 reelection campaign, as the Justice Department's sprawling criminal probe examines efforts to put forth alternate slates of electors to displace Joe Biden electors in battleground states Trump lost.
DOJ declines charges against former FBI agents who botched Nassar case
The Justice Department won't bring charges against two former FBI agents accused of mishandling the sex abuse inquiry of former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, the third time prosecutors have reached that conclusion.
This Ted Cruz exchange on guns is deeply revealing
Following a vigil for the 19 children and two teachers who died in a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Mark Stone, a US correspondent for the British outlet Sky News, asked Ted Cruz a simple question: "Is this the moment to reform gun laws?"
US preparing to approve advanced long-range rocket system for Ukraine
The Biden administration is preparing to step up the kind of weaponry it is offering Ukraine by sending advanced, long-range rocket systems that are now the top request from Ukrainian officials, multiple officials say.
States with the most gun violence share one trait
There's one thing that is indisputable in the available data on gun violence: Where there are more guns, there are more gun deaths. This is true despite Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's attempt to explain away gun deaths by comparing them to gun violence in Chicago.
Russia is depopulating parts of eastern Ukraine, forcibly removing thousands into remote parts of Russia
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have been processed through a series of Russian "filtration camps" in Eastern Ukraine and sent into Russia as part of a systemized program of forced removal, according to four sources familiar with the latest Western intelligence -- an estimate far higher than US officials have publicly disclosed.
Michigan board of canvassers deadlocks, blocking 5 GOP candidates for governor from primary ballot
Five Republican gubernatorial candidates will be kept off Michigan's primary ballot for now after the state's Board of State Canvassers deadlocked along party lines on Thursday during consideration of whether they were ineligible due to invalid signatures.
Exclusive: McConnell says he has directed Cornyn to engage with Democrats on a 'bipartisan solution' on gun violence
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told CNN on Thursday he met earlier in the day with Texas Sen. John Cornyn and encouraged the senior Republican senator to begin discussions with Democrats, including Sens. Chris Murphy of Connecticut and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, to see if they can find a middle ground on legislation to respond to the tragic Texas elementary school shooting.
Selena Gomez joins Biden for a conversation on mental health
The White House has enlisted Selena Gomez to promote mental health, with the actress and singer joining President Joe Biden, first lady Jill Biden and US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy in a new video aimed at raising awareness.
Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann won't take the stand as trial nears close
Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, on trial for allegedly lying to the FBI in a case brought by special counsel John Durham, will not testify as part of his defense, his lawyers said in court Thursday as they rested their case.
Herschel Walker's answer on gun violence is literally nonsensical
Less than 48 hours after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, Georgia Republican Senate nominee Herschel Walker was asked on Fox about the nation's gun violence problem -- and what to do about it.
GOP Reps. Perry, Biggs formally object to subpoena from House January 6 committee
Republican Reps. Scott Perry and Andy Biggs have formally objected to being subpoenaed by the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection, according to a source familiar with the matter.