Today's school shooting in Texas is the fourth school shooting since the massacre in Newtown last month, and it comes amid a bitter debate over gun control in this country.
During his inaugural address on Monday, President Obama appeared to tie this debate to our nation's founding principles.
"We have always understood that when times change, so must we. That fidelity to our founding principles requires new responses to new challenges, that preserving our individual freedoms requires collective action, " Obama said.
Does this latest school shooting add more fuel to new gun policy?
OutFront Tonight: Republican Strategist Hogan Gidley, Michael Waldman, former speechwriter for President Clinton and CNN Contributor John Avlon.
Shots rang out at the Lone Star Community College in Houston today in what officials are now blaming on a fight between two people.
Police and emergency responders swarmed the campus minutes after the 9-1-1 call as students ducked under desks and ran for cover.
At least three individuals were injured, including a maintenance worker who was caught in the crossfire. Two suspects are in custody.
CNN's Ed Lavandera is in Houston with the latest.
Erin Burnett discusses R&B singer Beyonce lip-syncing the national anthem.
OutFront tonight: Lorraine Ali, music editor of the Los Angeles Times, along with vocal coach Liz Caplan, who coaches stars like Neil Patrick Harris and is the consultant for Broadway shows "The Book of Mormon" and "Once:"
Phil Mickelson, the professional golfer apologized Tuesday for publicly saying he was going to make "drastic changes" in his life due to new U.S. and California tax laws.
On Sunday, the 42 year-old champion golfer - who Forbes estimates is the seventh-highest paid athlete in 2012 with earnings of $47.8 million - said he is reevaluating his situation.
"If you add up all the federal and you look at the disability and the unemployment and the social security and the state, my tax rate is 62-63%," Mickelson said.
When asked if he would leave the U.S., the longtime California resident said he was not sure, but faced with losing two-thirds of his income to taxes, can you blame him?
OutFront tonight: Roland Martin is a CNN contributor and so is Reihan Salam who also writes for the National Review.