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McAuliffe: 'We Lose 93 Million Americans a Day to Gun Violence'

McAuliffe: 'We Lose 93 Million Americans a Day to Gun Violence'

Chelsea Parsons, vice president for guns and crime policy at the liberal Center for American Progress, noted however, that since the 2012 shooting in CT resulting in the deaths of 20 first-graders and six staff members at an elementary school, several states have imposed new limits on gun sales.


Trump tweets about Democrats, Georgia election

Trump tweets about Democrats, Georgia election

Ossoff said Tuesday's election would have consequences far beyond the district's well-manicured lawns and glassy office parks. "He'll raise your taxes and crime will surge". On Monday, House Majority Kevin McCarthy became the latest GOP leader to join Handel campaigning in the suburban Atlanta district. Handel faces Democrat Jon Ossoff in a nationally watched matchup that Democrats want to turn into a referendum on Trump.


U.S. man who barricaded self is suspect in triple slaying

U.S. man who barricaded self is suspect in triple slaying

After an overnight standoff with Brunswick Police , Brinkman was taken into custody Tuesday morning. " Most of it was done, face-to-face negotiations" through a window, Brunswick Police Lieutenant Robert Safran told the news station.


Finsbury Park terror attack: one dead and 10 injured

Finsbury Park terror attack: one dead and 10 injured

Ahmed Hajji , a 23-year-old local to Finsbury Park , said: "The police arrived late, which forced us to do a citizen's arrest of the man so he would not get away". The van driver - described by witnesses as a large white man - was detained by members of the public after the incident in Finsbury Park early on Monday that police said had "all the hallmarks of terrorism".



Sessions rejects hint of collusion with Russian Federation as 'detestable lie'

Rosenstein told lawmakers that he had not seen good cause to fire the special counsel . A President's order, he pointed out, did not count as good cause. Speaking earlier, House Speaker Paul Ryan said politicians should allow the special counsel to do his work. He said he doubts Mueller can be trusted to carry out an impartial investigation.