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The president has made it clear that his priority is getting reelected, even if it means more Americans getting slaughtered by guns.
Sen. Chris Murphy's push for such an amendment stems from concern over President Trump's business interests in Turkey.
The "Meet The Press" host accused the Republican lawmaker of evading his questions to "make Donald Trump feel better."
It may go nowhere because President Donald Trump hasn't signed off on it yet.
The president is expected to receive a briefing Thursday on potential gun control proposals. He's keeping everyone guessing whether he'll back any of them.
Big-time college athletic programs treat athletes like "commodities" and aren't "giving them the education that they deserve," the senator said.
Congressional opposition to military support for Saudi Arabia has been growing, and lawmakers have blocked about $2 billion in weapon sales.
Even Chuck Schumer ultimately got involved in the Twitter discussion.
Classes were dismissed for the day, and police conducted a search of the school.
A bill from Sanders, Chris Murphy and Mike Lee takes aim at the U.S. assistance for a Saudi campaign in Yemen, but it's still at least five votes short of passage.
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy ripped the kingdom's version of the journalist's death as "preposterous."
Corey, a Navy veteran, window washer and bar owner, defeated Dominic Rapini in the state's Republican primary.
Last week, DeVos said schools could call ICE on undocumented students.
The calls for government-run insurance of some kind are getting louder.
Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) crafted an alternative bill they call pragmatic. Peace groups believe it threatens confrontation with Iran.
"We are responsible for a level of mass atrocity that happens in this country with zero parallel anywhere else."
A bipartisan group of senators came to an agreement. But the White House and other senators haven't said yes yet.
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