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  • Lewis, who shed blood for civil rights, leads Dems on guns story has photosstory has video
    Updated: Jun-23-16 3:47 pm

    WASHINGTON - Rep. John Lewis, who shed blood in Selma for civil rights, sat shoulder to shoulder with fellow Democrats on the House floor as the leader of an extraordinary protest demanding votes on gun control.

  • Responding to Trump, Clinton says he has 'no answers' story has photosstory has video
    Updated: Jun-22-16 4:58 pm

    RALEIGH, North Carolina - Hillary Clinton pushed back against Donald Trump's questions about her religion and her competence Wednesday, casting him as a candidate with not much else to say about how he'd lead the nation.

  • The Latest: Governor thinks of church victims daily story has photos
    Updated: Jun-17-16 12:23 pm

    CHARLESTON, South Carolina - The Latest on observances for the anniversary of the Charleston, South Carolina church shootings in which nine people were shot and killed during a Bible study (all times local):

  • A day after shooting, House Democrats erupt in protest story has photosstory has video
    Updated: Jun-13-16 8:44 pm

    WASHINGTON - A day after a mass shooting in Orlando, Democratic lawmakers erupted on the House floor with loud criticism of House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republican leaders for leaving the nation's gun laws untouched. Some protested by leaving the House chamber during a moment of silence honoring the victims.

  • Obama attends memorial service for former adviser, classmate 
    Updated: Jun-07-16 8:28 pm

    WASHINGTON - Describing her as his moral compass as well as a Swiss-Army knife who could do a little bit of everything, President Barack Obama commemorated on Tuesday a former Harvard Law School classmate and adviser, Cassandra Butts, who died May 25 from leukemia at age 50.

  • More than $3.6M awarded to help Charleston shooting victims 
    Updated: Jun-02-16 3:37 pm

    COLUMBIA, South Carolina - More than $3.5 million in federal funding is being made available to victims of a brutal shooting at a historic black church in Charleston last summer.