Senate Moves on Bipartisan Gun Bill, Fed Reserve Chair Testifies, Jan 6 Testimonies : Up First A bipartisan gun safety bill appears poised to pass the Senate, possibly breaking gridlock in Congress on guns that has lasted years. The Federal Reserve Chairman testifies on inflation. And the January 6 panel reveals evidence of former President Trump's pressure campaign on state officials.

Senate Moves on Bipartisan Gun Bill, Fed Reserve Chair Testifies, Jan 6 Testimonies

Senate Moves on Bipartisan Gun Bill, Fed Reserve Chair Testifies, Jan 6 Testimonies

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A bipartisan gun safety bill appears poised to pass the Senate, possibly breaking gridlock in Congress on guns that has lasted years. The Federal Reserve Chairman testifies on inflation. And the January 6 panel reveals evidence of former President Trump's pressure campaign on state officials.