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There’s growing confusion in Washington over moves to tighten gun laws after this month’s mass shootings. Attorney General William Barr said Wednesday that the administration will work with congressional leaders to move legislation forward starting next month.
Two more American troops have been killed in Afghanistan. The military said they died in a firefight, but did not give any more details. Their deaths come as the U.S. continues peace talks with the Taliban in Qatar.
Authorities in California say another mass shooting may have been averted. Police arrested 37-year-old Rodolfo Montoya, a cook at a Marriott in Long Beach. They found several guns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition in his home.
Acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan addresses the backlash to the Department of Homeland Security moving to scrap the Flores agreement.
Stephanie Melendez’s father was killed in the El Paso massacre. Sharon Risher’s mother and two cousins died in the 2015 Charleston church shooting. Richard Martinez’s son was killed in a mass shooting near the University of California Santa Barbara in 2014.
In New Mexico, a high-ranking official says she’s on a “mission for justice” over Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex abuse. The state commissioner of public lands has given investigators hundreds of pages of records on Epstein’s New Mexico ranch.
‘The Daily Briefing’ host Dana Perino says it is a disservice to say that the Electoral College should be abolished without recognizing that it serves a purpose.
California is testing out a new algorithm system for the bail system. Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett explains.
Turning Point USA’s Lauryn Gray questions presidential hopefuls on Antifa at the Iowa State Fair.