World Why US gun laws get looser after mass shootings
Tom Cruise, 60, pilots his own helicopter into London
The actor, 60, who has had his Pilot License since 1994 and owns several aircrafts looked the picture of confidence as he landed his chopper in South West London. The movie star put his incredibly toned body on display as he made his way to the helicopter base. © Provided by Daily Mail Ripped: Tom Cruise put his incredibly toned body on display as he made his way to a helicopter base in London on Wednesday Tom's impeccably ripped arms were highlighted by a blue polo shirt paired with navy trousers.
For decades, the US Congress failed to make meaningful movement on gun reform in the aftermath of mass shootings. But thathas obscured another story: that state gun laws change after mass shootings. And , in Republican-controlled state legislatures, a mass shooting roughly doubles the number of laws loosening gun restrictions in the following year.
In this video, we look at, where in the US have been met with . We spoke with Flo Rice, a survivor of the 2018 Santa Fe High School shooting, where a gunman killed 10 people. Flo was shot six times. She and her husband, Scot, became advocates for gun safety, and tried to get tighter gun laws passed in Texas. Watch the piece above to see what happened, and what their story reveals about who has power when it comes to gun policy in the US.
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Top Gun (Netflix): Did you know that the character of Maverick was inspired by a real driver? .
© Paramount Pictures Top Gun (Netflix): Did you know that the character of Maverick was inspired by a real driver? Top Gun arrives on Netflix this Monday, August 1, and Tom Cruise fans have not finished (re) discovering this cult film, whose main character Pete "Maverick" Mitchell is inspired by a real pilot. Top Gun arrives on Netflix this Monday, August 1st .