Since last year's massacre at Virginia Tech, 30 more deadly shootings have inspired gun control movements in 38 states. But there's a big push in the other direction, too. Law enforcement is the focus in cities, but gun rights and hunting interests often prevail in state capitols. We tune in to the ongoing debate. Also, Pope Benedict addresses the UN today on human rights, and Jimmy Carter defies Israel and the Bush Administration and meets the Hamas leader they're trying to isolate.
Guns: Public Safety and the Second Amendment
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Pope Benedict Addresses the UN, Meets with Abuse Victims
Pope Benedict addressed the UN General Assembly today, emphasizing human rights, calling it "the most effective strategy for eliminating inequalities between countries and...
A Year After the Virginia Tech Massacre, Debate Continues over Gun Control
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