‘Why not do the right thing’? Renewed gun control push targets firearm dealers

Thirteen Democrats sent letter imploring three major firearms dealers to refrain from selling guns without complete and thorough background checks of buyers

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Amending the US constitution: the political rarity that’s suddenly in vogue

The US constitution has been successfully changed only 27 times in its 227-year history, but a sudden upsurge in talk – from many presidential candidates – suggests constitutional reform may no longer be the refuge of political kooks

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Same-sex marriage at supreme court: key justice proves skeptical of arguments – as it happened

Old Guard Audio Podcast
  • Arguments in Obergefell v Hodges to begin at 10am ET
  • Court will seek to answer whether states must allow same-sex marriages
  • Justices also to consider if states must recognize licenses from other states
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