The group says Bloomberg's gun control efforts have not earned him a spot in heaven.
The former New York mayor is launching a $50 million operation to take on the NRA.
Ambassador Samantha Power says texting kills more U.S. teen drivers than drinking.
Wednesday's campaign finance ruling was one of a string of cases showing Thomas's influence.
Reid says he doesn't have the votes to move a bill on background checks.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton said in-flight assaults often escape prosecution.
The Organic Consumers Association says the rules do not go far enough to protect consumers.
GOP Gov. Mike Pence said decisions should be made "at the state and local level."
Attorney General Eric Holder said the company misled Congress about safety problems.
Former Olympic goalkeeper Briana Scurry, who suffered a career-ending head injury in 2010, criticized sports officials for failing to protect athletes in all sports during a congressional hearing Thursday.
With much of the focus on improving safety in sports like football and hockey, considered more violent sports, the U.S. women's national soccer team star told lawmakers that soccer officials are lagging behind when it comes to preventing brain injuries in players.
“Officials need to take their heads out of the sand a little bit and know this is affecting our sport, too,” Scurry testified during an Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing.