The former White House press secretary weighed in on the mass shooting during an interview on "The Tonight Show."
The Fox News host also said that trying to get rid of the country's guns would start a civil war.
Kimmel said most Americans support common-sense gun laws, but legislation has stalled “because our cowardly leaders just aren’t listening to us."
Research in U.S. veterans provides fresh evidence that long COVID-19 can happen even after breakthrough infections following vaccination.
A supercut shows pundits and hosts suggesting armed staff, trained students and "high" fences to deter future school shootings.
“Let’s just rush in because the cops aren’t doing anything like they are supposed to,” one witness recalled.
According to the Republican senator, it's the number of doors, not guns, that schools should be worried about.
"Why can’t you protect living 10-year-olds?" Alisyn Camerota pressed state Rep. James White.
Amerie Jo Garza, a fourth-grade student at Robb Elementary School, was one of the first casualties in the May 24 shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Immediately following the shooting, disinformation began to spread online and was amplified by Republicans with big followings.
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