IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    Despite Uvalde shooting, NRA convention to go on as planned in Houston

    03:38
  • 'Everybody in the community is in pain': Uvalde City Council member says town is 'heartbroken'

    06:36
  • Questions surround 'confusing, conflicting' police response to Texas shooting

    07:44
  • Students protest, demand action to protect them from guns at school

    01:26
  • Real world mass shooting puts police training to the test

    04:55
  • Details about Texas shooter timeline remain elusive, frustrating parents

    09:05
  • Fmr. Columbine principal talks securing schools

    06:52
  • Lethality of AR-style rifles

    04:35
  • Beto O'Rourke: There will be a reckoning at the ballot box

    03:39
  • Rep. Spanberger: High-capacity magazines contribute to more deaths

    02:12
  • Lawrence: Republicans don't want you to know the truth about TX school massacre

    15:26
  • Duckworth: GOP senators ‘value checks from the NRA over the lives of little babies’

    07:57
  • 'Enraging': Hayes on dystopian call to ‘harden the schools’ after shootings

    07:18
  • Horrific Texas mass shooting reveals GOP’s weakness ahead of midterms

    07:43
  • After Texas massacre, GOP pushes false narrative in support of guns

    05:02
  • Jonathan Chait: The right's playbook for deflecting anger after shootings

    05:54
  • David Frum: Things changed a lot for the worse since Sandy Hook

    09:21
  • Rev. Al: I think the president is legitimately angry on guns

    08:03
  • Rep. Kinzinger: I think the age for buying a gun should be 21

    10:19
  • Our children are asking for us to 'make childhood childhood again'

    10:26

Lack of testing, safety enforcement putting workers at risk in reopened businesses, meatpackers

05:17

Some states begin reopening nonessential shops and restaurants, and a new executive order from President Donald Trump requires meat processing plants to keep operating. But without a real federal testing strategy or the leadership to ensure coronavirus safety guidelines are followed, the workers who keep those businesses going could be risking their health, say union leaders and occupational safety experts.