The bill comes about a month after a gunman killed 19 children and two adults at a school in Uvalde, Texas.
Democrats hope it’s the start of a shift in the party. Republicans think it’s the end.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) called it the "most significant piece of anti-gun-violence legislation Congress has passed in three decades."
Kavanaugh and John Roberts have staked their claim to the Supreme Court's center for any future gun control litigation.
The police couldn't arrest the Oklahoma man for openly carrying around his semi-automatic rifle.
“You have mass stabbings, lady," the GOP congresswoman told a reporter who compared U.K. gun statistics to those in the U.S.
Texas will be a test of whether the movement can extend beyond blue states.
Abusive partners would be able to get their guns back after five years if they avoided committing an additional violent offense.
The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act includes modest curbs on obtaining firearms, and aid for mental health and schools.
Uvalde Cops An ‘Abject Failure’