See Where Democratic Candidates Unite And Differ On Gun Policy

October 9, 2019 - 5:01am EDT
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Democrats running for president are largely unified on proposals like an assault weapons ban and red flag laws. Divisions exist over implementing gun buyback programs as voluntary or mandatory.

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Last year, President Trump hosted India's prime minister at a rally in a Houston stadium. Next week, Narendra Modi returns the favor with a rally in his home state of Gujarat.

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The Democratic presidential primary has moved west for the Nevada caucuses. Follow live coverage.

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Since losing the Georgia governor's race in 2018, Democrat Stacey Abrams has launched Fair Fight — a voting rights campaign that's active in 18 battleground states ahead of this year's election.

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Mike Bloomberg follows up his uneven debate debut Thursday with an early-morning rally in Utah and three fresh endorsements from prominent House Democrats.

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Mike Bloomberg made his debate debut last night in front of a record TV audience. It didn't go great for the former New York mayor.

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Roger Stone, a longtime political operative and ally of President Donald Trump, was sentenced in federal court Thursday to 40 months in prison by Judge Amy Berman Jackson.

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President Trump's political adviser was found guilty on all counts by a federal jury last year after he was charged with lying to Congress and obstructing its investigation.

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The bill's sponsor says he was "disturbed by the striking parallels" between the treatment of Japanese-Americans during World War II and current U.S. immigration policy.

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Wednesday night's Democratic debate in Las Vegas was as contentious as expected. All of the candidates were challenged on the issues, their experience and even on their supporters' behavior.