ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Every single mass shooting in America is not just a tragedy, Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy said, it is a political — a moral — failing by the country’s leaders who must choose anew after each killing to do nothing about the violence. That was Murphy’s impassionedRead More →

Andi Rice/Bloomberg via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — May ends with another round of notable primary elections on Tuesday, this time in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia and Texas. The most-watched races will be in Georgia, with primaries for governor and the Senate. The results should give more insight into the strength ofRead More →

Andi Rice/Bloomberg via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — May ends with another round of notable primary elections on Tuesday, this time in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia and Texas. The most-watched races will be in Georgia, with primaries for governor and the Senate. The results should give more insight into the strength ofRead More →

Lou Rocco/ABC via Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Kellyanne Conway, former campaign manager to Donald Trump, sat down with “The View” co-hosts on Tuesday to discuss her new memoir, her husband’s attacks on then-President Trump and a moment with the former president that she says left her heartbroken. When Trump wonRead More →

Scott Olson/Getty Images (OXFORD, Mich.) — Victims and families of victims of the November Oxford school shooting in Michigan filed a lawsuit against the Oxford school district and school administrators, accusing them of violating legally mandated school safety policies and of violating students’ constitutional rights. The lawsuit accused administrators ofRead More →

mbbirdy/Getty Images (UVALDE, Texas) — Fourteen students and a teacher are dead after a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday, according to Gov. Greg Abbott. The 18-year-old suspect, a student at Uvalde High School, is also dead, he said. “He shot and killed horrifically and incomprehensiblyRead More →