Presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) called on Walmart to end its practice of selling guns in a tweet posted Friday morning. The move comes in the wake of two mass shootings last weekend that increased calls for gun control.
The White House reached out to the top official of two gun-rights organizations on Thursday to seek his input on a possible response to the recent mass shootings, including how to handle potential gun control legislation.
Former Democratic congresswoman Gabby Giffords sent a fundraising email on behalf of the Democratic National Committee on Monday afternoon, asking supporters to respond to the pair of deadly weekend shootings by making political contributions.
NBC reporter Ben Collins on Monday falsely claimed the Dayton, Ohio shooter was "more neutral" with his political posts on Twitter, despite the shooter saying he would "happily vote" for Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) to be president.
After 18 people were killed in South Bend during the summer of 2012, Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D.) declared the city “unacceptably violent” and announced a data-driven anti-violence commission to combat the problem.