President Biden is putting a heavy emphasis on curbing gun violence in his strategy to deal with the rise of violent crime across the country. Biden announced his plans yesterday, which include tougher enforcement on gun dealers violating federal laws. The new strategy also looks to crack down on unlawful arms trafficking.        Texas Governor Greg Abbott believes Vice President Harris is "ignoring the real problem areas" on the Southern border. In a statement, Abbott says Harris won't succeed in her mission if she doesn't speak with Del Rio area residents whose "homes and ranches are being overrun by gangs and smugglers." Harris and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas [[ my-OAR-kuss ]] are set to visit the border in El Paso Friday.        An Indiana woman is the first to be sentenced for her involvement in the riot at the U.S. Capitol in January. Anna Morgan-Lloyd pleaded guilty to unlawfully demonstrating in the building. She'll serve three years on probation, must perform 40 hours of community service, and must pay 500-dollars in restitution.       Britney Spears is making it known to the court that she wants out of her conservatorship now without a medical assessment. She addressed the court in Los Angeles directly yesterday. The 39-year-old pop star said her managers and father should be locked up for what she calls an "abusive situation."        The NFL scouting combine could be headed elsewhere. ESPN reports the league is informing its franchises that it will start taking bids from other cities to host the annual talent evaluation event beginning in 2023. The Indianapolis Business Journal said the league is looking to make the event one of its marquee annual moments.