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By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is bringing words of comfort and sympathy to grieving families of victims of the shooting rampage in Roseburg, Oregon, muting his message about the need for new laws to stem gun violence as he visits…
Days after a deadly shooting in Oregon, Hillary Rodham Clinton unveiled new gun control measures Monday aimed at strengthening background checks on gun buyers and eliminating legal immunity for sellers.
By Lisa Lerer, Associated Press
Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush and other Republicans declared their opposition to stiffer gun laws Friday in the aftermath of the Oregon college mass shooting.
By Associated Press
Thirty-year-old Chris Mintz, an Army veteran and student at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College, was shot seven times on Thursday while trying to save his peers from a gunman’s rampage.
By Colleen Shalby
By Joshua Barajas
Hospital officials say that four of the seven injured shooting victims at Oregon's Mercy Medical Center are expected to survive after a gunman opened fire during a writing class at Umpqua Community College on Thursday, killing nine people.
Obama, with some anger in his voice, said the nation has become numb to such shootings and the response has become routine. He called for changes in the nation's gun laws, though it's unclear at this stage whether the changes…
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