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Report an Error Save to mystar The Associated Press file photo Former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords drove a car Saturday for the first time since she was shot in the head three years ago. U.S. politician who survived a gunshot wound to her brain
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago On the eve of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, former Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords is challenging Washington leaders not to ignore gun violence. The former Democratic
Gabby Giffords's gun control group says this year it'll have the backs of vulnerable Democrats who took tough votes on background check legislation. Americans for Responsible Solutions (ARS), the gun control organization launched by the former
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords marked the third anniversary of her near-fatal gunshot wound to her head and the progress she has made since by skydiving...Vice President Joe Biden called the former congresswoman from Arizona before her jump to wish her luck.
Rep. from Arizona, who was shot in the head at a public event three years ago today where six others also died, is going skydiving to mark the anniversary, a co-anchor of NBC's Today show announced Wednesday morning. Today: Gabby Giffords will mark
Former Arizona congresswoman receives standing ovation from 1,000 in attendance email@example.com Gabrielle Gabby Giffords, appearing with her astronaut husband, Capt. Mark Kelly, said simply at the Jim Blanchard Leadership Forum Monday
Stories Bette Midler has landed in hot water for money she gave the Gabby Giffords ' gun control PAC, since the actress' gift came from a private foundation that is barred from donating to political or lobbying groups. In April, Midler donated $10,
Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords who survived a January 2011 attack by a gunman that left 6 people dead and 13 others wounded (including the Arizona Democrat), has been in the news this week as she and her husband Mark Kelly take their " Americans for
Two and half years after being shot in the head, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz) fired a gun at a Las Vegas shooting range, Shushannah Walshe ABC News reports . The stop was her first stop on a seven-state, seven-day bus tour to promote
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