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The House extended a gun law, but a loophole may make it legal for guns to be made from 3-D printers. Dana Bash reports.
Investigators say markings were found on Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis's gun, and there are new details about his health. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
Kim Beazley, the Australian ambassador to the U.S., says Australians don't think the death of Christopher Lane was motivated by racism; they simply mourn his passing and pray for his family.
After Tuesday's school shooting in Georgia where no one was killed or injured, Brian Todd looks into what measures schools have taken to protect students from shootings and how effective they have been.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Michael Vincent explains his country's reaction to the murder of Chris Lane.
News that broke in The Situation Room: Police say the man who opened fire inside an elementary school gained entry by following someone past the locked doors. CNN's David Mattingly reports live from the scene.
Brian Todd reports on a government audit that says the U.S. Park Police lost track of hundreds of their guns.
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(CNN) – The chief of a power gun owners group said Wednesday he doesn't trust the methodology of polls showing an overwhelming number of Americans favoring universal background checks on gun sales.
"I'm not sure I believe any polls at this time. I don't think they know how to ask the right questions," Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America, told CNN's Wolf Blitzer during a contentious interview on "The Situation Room." When Blitzer asked if that included Fox News' survey, Pratt said it did.
Pratt also said he wants Republican Sen. Pat Toomey out of office for his gun bill.(VIDEO)