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The week both began and ended with mass shootings. One in DC and now one in Chicago.
Will Weatherford, the Republican speaker of Florida’s House of Representatives, revealed on Friday that the state’s legislature will hold hearings on its infamous “Stand Your Ground” laws sometime this fall.
Experts estimate it has cost the government over $2 billion to fund Gitmo since it was opened 11 years ago.
New guidelines from the American Urological Association now say men under 55 do not need routine annual prostate screening.
Guns purchased in buy-back programs must now be resold by Arizona municipalities instead of melted down and destroyed.
Opposition leader Henrique Capriles said, “We are not going to ignore the will of the people. We believe we won.”
Pierre Borghi’s first request as a free man: a cup of coffee.
Tuesday night, the city of Bisbee, Arizona, became the first in that state to legalize civil unions for same-sex couples.
What can be expected from the DOMA debate in the Supreme Court today?
Joanna Schroeder is stunned by the ways in which some liberals are responding to the murder of former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle at the hands of a Marine with PTSD.
Washington’s special envoy on North Korea, Glyn Davies, warns that a nuclear test would be “a mistake and a missed opportunity” for North Korea.
After reports of inhumane treatment, including torture, Coalition countries have halted the transfer of detainees to some Afghan prisons.
Over in Bulgaria, an opposition leader had his own close-up brush with a gun on Saturday.
Using the U.S. Benghazi embassy attack as an example, Eric Sentell reveals the “echo chamber” effect in partisan journalism.