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As the national gun debate raged, a mother in Georgia fired shots that echoed across the country.
Tom Hamburger and Sari Horwitz
Legislation in the mid-1980s helped make more powerful firearms more readily available to civilians.
Michael S. Rosenwald
The shows have become travelling malls, with jewelry, paintings and camouflage onesies for sale.
Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) says on TV that he and Sen. Patrick J. Toomey (R-Pa.) will try again.
Accenture, Computer Sciences and others saw prospects for more work dim as the Senate measure died.
Ed O’Keefe and Philip Rucker
Every major proposal President Obama championed fell apart on the Senate floor.
Bipartisan background check plan still lacks sufficient support.
Ed O’Keefe and Tom Hamburger
Debate will focus on bipartisan proposal to expand national gun background check program.
Philip Rucker and Paul Kane
Especially in the Senate, politicians must give new weight to the views of voters in subdivisions.
Experts argue limiting the size of magazines could reduce deaths in future mass shootings.
The designers often struggle with the violent imagery that they say their industry is moving beyond.
Aaron C. Davis and Paul Schwartzman
Bill’s passage was driven by the personal touch.
Gun-rights group has outmaneuvered its opponents in state capitals and Washington.
Whites are more likely to have committed suicide, African Americans to have been shot by someone else.
Religious leaders gathered at National Cathedral also want more attention paid to poverty concerns.
The culmination of the new debate over gun controls was the Supreme Court’s 2008 Heller decision.
Krissah Thompson and Hamil R. Harris
Suburban mass shootings spark political debate, but most gun crime occurs in cities.
Committee holds off on consideration of other legislation.
Despite mass shootings at Aurora and Columbine, the state is still starkly divided about gun rights.
Ed O’Keefe and Sari Horwitz
Democrat will introduce a more ambitious plan opposed by Republicans.
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