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    Joe: It's not gun control; it's not gun safety; it's public safety

    10:34
  • Democrats call for more gun safety measures

    05:19
  • 'We are all grieving': Board members react to Highland Park shooting

    05:31
  • Highland Park mayor: Community in unbelievable grief and sadness

    05:07
  • Sen. Duckworth: We need to ban assault weapons, high-capacity magazines

    05:52
  • Jan. 6 committee member releases audio of threats made to his office

    07:38
  • Biden urges unity in speech; Sen. Romney says U.S. is a country in denial

    03:44
  • Just seven percent of Americans have faith in Congress, polling shows

    05:09
  • Malcolm Gladwell: 'Bomber Mafia' looks at a great untold story from WWII

    10:43
  • 'I saw a sea of people running': Parade attendee describes chaos of shooting

    06:55
  • Sen. Durbin: What happened in Highland Park was the clash of two traditions

    06:18
  • 'You can manage your life': Afghan War veteran reflects on PTSD and politics

    10:02
  • Vindman Brothers call for a stronger U.S. response to refugee crises

    09:42
  • Highland Park shooting person of interest left online trail of violent imagery

    06:08
  • Two victims of Highland Park shooting identified

    04:43
  • Petro Poroshenko praises Biden, Congress, and says Ukraine needs more weapons

    05:40
  • Akron police release bodycam footage of Jayland Walker shooting

    07:34
  • Flight delays and cancellations upend July 4 holiday travel

    08:09
  • Jan. 6 panel could make multiple criminal referrals to DOJ, says Rep. Cheney

    05:06
  • Adm. Stavridis: Russia showing us they are a terrorist state

    10:14

Biden drops but most see him as best bet against Trump

17:21

Joe Biden may still be leading the 2020 Democratic field, but his approval numbers have dropped since May, according to the latest CNN/SSRS poll. Biden is down 10 points to just 22 percent, with Sen. Kamala Harris up nine points to 17 percent.