- Eldridge criticizes Boozman's votes on gun control bills Updated: Jun-22-16 6:49 pm
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Conner Eldridge criticized Republican Sen. John Boozman Wednesday for opposing an effort to prevent terrorists from buying guns, saying an alternative measure backed by the Arkansas lawmaker doesn't go far enough.
- The Latest: Senate blocks bills on guns, terror suspects Updated: Jun-20-16 7:07 pm
WASHINGTON - The Latest on the Senate votes on gun control legislation (all times Eastern):
- Markey: Bill would educate young people about climate change Updated: Jun-19-16 9:27 am
BOSTON - U.S. Sen. Edward Markey says he wants to help educate young people about climate change.
- Lineups for Sunday news shows Updated: Jun-18-16 11:45 am
WASHINGTON - Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:
- Arkansas Senate rivals spar on gun control measures Updated: Jun-16-16 7:33 pm
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - U.S. Senate hopeful Conner Eldridge on Thursday backed efforts to prevent suspected terrorists from purchasing guns as Republican Sen. John Boozman's campaign accused the Democratic challenger of politicizing the mass shooting in Orlando.
- Congress stalemated on guns despite shooting, filibuster Updated: Jun-16-16 5:16 pm
WASHINGTON - The slaughter in Florida and an attention-grabbing filibuster in the Senate did little to break the election-year stalemate in Congress over guns Thursday, with both sides unwilling to budge and Republicans standing firm against any new legislation opposed by the National Rifle Association.
- Some on terror list can buy guns, and Dems try to capitalize Updated: Jun-14-16 5:48 pm
WASHINGTON - Omar Mateen, investigated twice by the FBI, was on the government's terrorist watch list for 10 months before being removed. Yet even had he remained on that listing, it wouldn't have stopped him from buying the firearms he used in Sunday's Orlando shooting rampage.
- Dems seek Senate vote on barring guns for terror suspects Updated: Jun-13-16 6:38 pm
WASHINGTON - Democrats will try forcing a Senate vote on a proposal making it harder for suspected terrorists and people on government terror watch lists to buy guns and explosives, they said Monday as Congress moved toward a possible partisan fight following the weekend's mass shooting in Orlando.