The framework includes improved background checks to those under 21 years old, and allocating funds for mental health treatment, among other measures.
Two recent polls carried out on behalf of conservative organizations show a neck-in-neck race to flip the GOP-held seat blue for Democrats.
Trump rescinded his endorsement of Brooks after he urged Republicans to put the former president's false claims of a "stolen" 2020 election "behind" them.
Although national polls and historical precedent show the GOP favored to win big in the November midterm, Democrats hope to maintain control of the Senate.
"The notion that this was a false flag operation is frankly propaganda," Marc Short told Fox News anchors.
The Michigan Republican has no regrets about voting to impeach Trump as he faces a primary challenger backed by the former president.
GOP Representative Peter Meijer of Michigan said he thinks "there are some senators who want to get something done."
The House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a Democratic-led package of gun violence prevention measures amid widespread calls for action.
Lawmakers stopped short of an outright ban on military-style weapons favored by some advocates. The measure is part of a broader gun control package.
The activist's GoPro captured Republican Senate candidate Blake Masters lunging toward him and grabbing him with both hands.
"If we don't have competition in the digital marketplace, we run the risk of damaging our economy .... but also our national security," Rep. Cicilline said.
In the House, 35 Republicans voted in favor of establishing an independent commission to investigate the riot, while six GOP senators backed the measure.
GOP candidate Blake Masters suggested that a third of the pro-Trump mob at the Captiol on January 6 were "FBI agents hanging out."
During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, an expert said politicians are becoming more powerful by pushing the "great replacement theory."
Fetterman's ads come just days after Senate Republicans launched political attacks on the Senate candidate.
The Democratic swing vote said he's on board with several provisions being called for by gun control activists in potential legislation.
"We do have a gun violence problem in this country, and it's gang violence," Senate hopeful Blake Masters said. "Very often, you know, Black people, frankly."
Democratic Representative Jamie Raskin said those "who were pivotal to what took place on January 6" will also be scrutinized.
Democratic Representative Donald Beyer said that the new bill would be intended to "inhibit and restrict sales" of AR-15-style guns.
The GOP Senate hopeful said Sunday that Trump withdrawing his endorsement gave his campaign the "kick in the pants we needed."
It was also revealed that the Democratic nominee in the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate race was suffering from the previously undisclosed heart condition cardiomyopathy.
"It's now clear to me, with the recount largely complete, that we have a nominee," McCormick said. "And today I called Mehmet Oz to congratulate him on his victory."
Cornyn said "it will be embarrassing" if the Senate can't agree on a legislative response to the recent mass shootings.
Former President Donald Trump endorsed GOP candidate Blake Masters in the Arizona Senate race on Thursday.
Social media users criticized the Maine senator for comments she made about a bipartisan meeting on gun measures.
Arizona AG Mark Brnovich may be raising concerns over the 2020 election now that he's running for Senate. But for Trump, it's too little, too late.
"One of the biggest challenges we have in the future is protecting the nation from a cyberattack and being able to win a cyberwar," Gillibrand told Newsweek.
Recent polls and historical precedent suggest the GOP is well positioned to make gains in November's elections.
Walker, the GOP nominee in this year's U.S. Senate election in Georgia, said that he was "mad" at Trump for saying that he "asked" him to run.
A number of Democrat figures have voiced hope that GOP opposition to bringing in gun reform laws may be ending in the wake of the Uvalde school shooting.