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Chris Christie Vetoes Bill To Decrease Capacity Of Gun Magazines

Chris Christie Vetoes Bill To Decrease Capacity Of Gun Magazines

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has vetoed a bill that would have reduced the capacity of gun magazines from 15 to 10 bullets, a small change that in the heated atmosphere surrounding gun issues is enough to raise the political temperature.

Protesters Of Undocumented Immigrants Vow To Block New Arrivals

MURRIETA, Calif. (MCT) — Protesters who successfully blocked immigrant detainees from reaching a Border Patrol processing facility in Murrieta earlier this week say they’re ready to do it again should federal immigration officials attempt a similar drop-off. Officials with Immigration and Customs Enforcement have not said when more buses carrying undocumented immigrants may arrive at […]

Colorado Woman Faces Federal Charges Of Trying To Aid Islamic State Terror Group

(MCT) — A Colorado woman faces Federal charges of trying to provide support to the international terrorist organization Islamic State, according to court documents unsealed this week. Shannon Maureen Conley of Arvada, Colo., openly told Federal agents again and again that she believed in jihad, according to the court records, and that she had hoped […]

University Of Texas Student Pleads Guilty To Terrorism Charges

AUSTIN, Texas (MCT) — The second of two 23-year-old men charged in Austin with aiding overseas terrorists has admitted that he connected an undercover agent with co-conspirators recruiting jihadi fighters to Somalia. Rahatul Ashikim Khan, a University of Texas student, pleaded guilty Wednesday to attempting to provide material support and resources to terrorists. His admission […]

Spy Watchdog Sees Little Wrong With NSA’s Surveillance Of Noncitizens Abroad

WASHINGTON (MCT) — A national security watchdog panel on Wednesday approved a soft-hitting report on one of the National Security Agency’s data collection programs, saying it is legal and provoking critics who say the program actually sweeps up Americans’ data through a “backdoor loophole.” Deviating from its previous criticism, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight […]

Inspector General Criticizes Consumer Bureau’s Headquarters Renovation

WASHINGTON (MCT) — A government watchdog criticized the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s controversial headquarters renovation, whose price tag has risen to an estimated $216 million, saying there was not a “sound business case” for the project because the agency never analyzed other options. The inspector general’s report, released Wednesday, said bureau officials have been “unable […]

Time To Impeach Obama?

WASHINGTON (MCT) — For many on the far political right, it’s high time to charge President Barack Obama with high crimes and misdemeanors. The “I-word” — impeachment — is creeping back into the political lexicon nearly 16 years after the House of Representatives impeached President Bill Clinton for lying under oath about his affair with […]

Private Sector Adds Surprisingly Strong 281,000 Jobs In June, ADP Says

WASHINGTON (MCT) — Private employers added a surprisingly strong 281,000 net new jobs in June, the most since late 2012, payroll firm Automatic Data Processing Inc. said Wednesday. The figure was up sharply from 179,000 in May and is a positive sign heading into Thursday’s official jobs report from the Labor Department. Analysts had expected […]

Target Asks Customers Not To Bring Guns To Its Stores

MINNEAPOLIS (MCT) — Target Corp. on Wednesday took a stand against customers who bring firearms into its stores. “This is a complicated issue, but it boils down to a simple belief: Bringing firearms to Target creates an environment that is at odds with the family-friendly shopping and work experience we strive to create,” John Mulligan, […]

Pain, Opioid Use Surprisingly High In Soldiers Returning From War

Pain, Opioid Use Surprisingly High In Soldiers Returning From War

U.S. Army researchers have found that soldiers coming home from war suffer from chronic pain and use prescription opioids at far higher rates than civilians. Experts said the study suggested that, despite the military’s efforts to improve pain management, more needs to be done.

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