The massacre in Colorado dominated the Sunday shows, with lawmakers weighing in on gun control, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper making the rounds to discuss the state's response to the tragedy, and Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan asserting the need to start the healing process.
Gun-Control Debate Heats Up, But There's Little Consensus
In the wake of the Colorado massacre that left 12 dead and 58 more injured, lawmakers sounded off on gun control, but little consensus was met and most seemed to feel that no concrete action would be taken despite the recent tragedy.
'No Easy Answer' to Preventing Massacres, Governor Says
In the wake of the movie-theater shooting in Aurora, Colo., that left 12 dead and 58 injured late last week, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said the accused killer’s access to guns is not a Colorado problem, but a human problem.
Aurora Mayor: 'I'm Going to Relive Part of This for Months'
Aurora Colorado Mayor Steve Hogan said in a Sunday appearance on ABC's This Week that many of those who were injured in the shooting are still in the hospital and some of them "may not make it."
Obama's Former 'Car Czar' Says Romney 'Pushed the Envelope' on His Taxes
A former Obama administration official and campaign surrogate hammered Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on his wealth and taxes on Sunday, accusing him of using sophisticated accounting practices to lessen his tax burden
Concerns Mount Over Chemical Weapons; Netanyahu Presses Case Against Iran
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that he would not rule out taking action to secure chemical weapons in Syria in the event of a regime failure amid rapidly declining stability in the Middle Eastern nation.
Feinstein: Get 'Weapons of War' Off the Streets
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said she hopes the shooting that left 12 dead and 58 wounded would reinvigorate a national conversation about guns.