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US & Canada · Washington

Senate GOP blocks domestic terrorism bill, gun policy debate

70% Center coverage: 90 sources
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., tried to nudge Republicans into taking up a domestic terrorism bill. The vote failed nearly along party lines, raising fresh doubts about the possibility of robust debate on gun safety measures. A small, bipartisan group of senators who have for years sought to negotiate legislation on guns huddled Wednesday night in the Capitol.See the Story
US & Canada · Harrisburg

Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary between Oz and McCormick is heading to a recount

50% Center coverage: 62 sources
The state's top election official said Wednesday that the margin between the top two candidates in last week's Republican primary for U.S. Senate is tight enough to trigger a statewide recount. The winner in the race until the recount is complete could take until June 8. Dr. Mehmet Oz, endorsed by President Donald Trump, led McCormick by 9,343, or 007 percentage points, as of Wednesday.See the Story
Jimmy Kimmel · Uvalde

Texas broadcast of Jimmy Kimmel’s Uvalde shooting monologue cut short

72% Left coverage: 25 sources
Jimmy Kimmel opened his show without an audience as he spoke about the shooting in Uvalde, Texas. The host became emotional as he called out politicians who won’t make a change. He also called on Sen. Ted Cruz to admit that he’s made a mistake and acknowledge the issue.See the Story
US & Canada · Michigan

Board may find Michigan GOP governor candidates ineligible

36% Center coverage: 17 sources
James Craig, Perry Johnson, Donna Brandenburg, Michael Markey Jr. and Michael Brown were deemed to have too few valid signatures to qualify for the ballot. The Board of State Canvassers deadlocked 2-2 along party lines at its Thursday, May 26, meeting. Because of the stalemate, the board did not accept the staff report that the five candidates petitions are insufficient.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Schumer blocks Senate GOP school safety bill, angering Republicans

86% Right coverage: 7 sources
Republicans are calling Sen. Chuck Schumer a liar after he blocked a school safety bill Wednesday that he claimed could put "more guns in schools."See the Story
Gun Violence

McConnell taps Cornyn to negotiate with Democrats on gun legislation

66% Center coverage: 6 sources
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told CNN on May 26 he encouraged Texas Sen. John Cornyn to begin discussions with Democrats. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are facing enormous pressure to take action in the wake of the horrific shooting. Legislation to respond to mass shootings and counter gun violence has long been one of the most divisive and intractable policy issues facing lawmakers.See the Story
Republican Party · Salt Lake City

David McCormick loses challenge to some votes in Berks County in Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary

Coverage: 2 sources
The Berks County Elections Board voted unanimously to dismiss U.S. Senate candidate David McCormick's challenge to a group of ballots cast in last week's primary election. McCormick is in a heated contest with celebrity heart surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz to become the Republican nominee for the Senate seat. The race and the razor-thin lead Oz holds has drawn the attention of the nation.See the Story
US & Canada · Uvalde

Why 18-year-olds can buy AR-15s in Texas but not handguns

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
The gunman responsible for this week's massacre in Uvalde was able to buy two AR-15s days after his 18th birthday. Under federal law, Americans buying handguns from licensed dealers must be at least 21. That trumps Texas law, which only requires buyers of any type of firearm to be 18 or older.See the Story
US & Canada · Miami

Democratic Senators demand gun safety, with no support from Republicans

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Outside the U.S. Capitol people gathered for a Moms Demand Action rally calling for Congress to tackle gun reform on Thursday. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Moms Demand Action (@momsdemand)“We are never giving up until we win this fight,” Sen. Chris Murphy said.Thanks friend. With your help, we worked hard today to try to build a table where Democrats and Republicans can talk about a path forward.See the Story

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