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Catherine Hubbard loved animals. But on Dec. 14, 2012, the 6-year-old lost her life at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Now, her family is honoring her life-long dream with an animal sanctuary.
Governors, Democratic legislatures, shootings make gun control possible in some states
With his choice of weapons from home arsenal, Newtown gunman carried out massacre in 5 minutes
Riding side by side, family members of the Virginia Tech shooting victims and a team of cyclists from Newtown, Conn., made their way to Capitol Hill Tuesday seeking changes to the nation's gun laws and solidarity.
This group of riders is named for the 26 children and adults who were killed in the Sandy Hook school shootings in Newtown, Conn. on Dec. 14, 2012.
Sandy Hook Elementary School teacher Laura Feinstein was one of nine families who received a Goldendoodle puppy from a litter born on the same day as the school shooting. She shares how her new puppy, Zeus, has brought love and joy into her life since the tragedy.
The 20-year-old man who carried the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School reportedly was obsessed with a Norwegian mass murderer, who killed 77 people in 2011.
Holidays seem to make us very happy. No surprise. But sometimes it's not so clear what can ruins our good mood.
Major Garrett, CBS News chief White House correspondent
Thousands of people, many holding signs with names of gun violence victims and messages such as Ban Assault Weapons Now, joined a rally for gun control on Saturday, marching from the Capitol to the Washington Monument.
The history of a gun used to kill a New York City cop included a sale in a Virginia pawn shop and was lost when a prior owner was evicted from his Virginia apartment. New York prosecutors say its journey north to the city is all too common.
Vice President Joe Biden says the 2007 Virginia Tech shooting illustrates the importance of background checks for gun purchasers.
A new survey of Virginia voters shows that three- fourths want to close the state's so-called "gun show loophole."
Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton fears Republican members of Congress will use new gun legislation to strike down the District's tough gun laws.
Vice President Joe Biden is launching a White House campaign of road trips to promote gun control with a visit to Virginia, a state that has experienced its own school shooting tragedy yet maintains an avidly pro-gun tradition.
Maryland armor manufacturer Hardwire LLC has developed a handheld whiteboard for classrooms that can stop a bullet from a handgun fired at point-blank range.
Fairfax County is working on a formal gun give- back program to get unwanted weapons off the street.
Major Garrett, CBS News Chief White House Correspondent
Rachel Smolkin, Deputy Managing Editor of POLITICO
Howard Fineman, Senior Political Editor for the Huffington Post and a Political Analyst for MSNBC