Newtown shooting shocked the world – yet gun control seems further away than ever. But a band of loyal activists are convinced the fight is winnable
When concerned families from Newtown, Connecticut, first came to Washington five years ago, every door was open.
This year, the room they had reserved for a press-conference on Capitol Hill was double-booked. They were shifted to a room half the size and only a single TV camera showed up to cover the emotional stories of dozens of gun violence survivors who had flown in from across the country.