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California battle over concealed-weapon rights could be headed for Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has turned aside all Second Amendment challenges since a pair of landmark rulings in 2008 and 2009 confirmed the rights of individuals to keep and bear arms….

‘The payoff continues’: $250 million in aid headed to Central America

In response to the flood of unaccompanied minors crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, the United States has announced more than $ 250 million in new aid to Central America. According to a White House press release, the U.S. will be providing $ 9.6 million in “additional support for Central American governments [El Salvador, Guatemala, and Hondura…
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Woman Who Killed Her Seven Babies, Packed Them in Boxes Headed to Court Next Week

Although it’s been well over a week since the little bodies were first discovered and three days since Megan Huntsman appeared in Provo Fourth District Court, little, if anything, more is known that would explain why she killed six newborn babies over a ten year period. Appearing Monday before Judge Claudia Laycock, Huntsman was appointed [&#8230…

Hundreds of “Get Well” Cards Headed to Justina Pelletier After Parents Denied Easter Visit

Her parents may have been denied a chance to visit Justina Pelletier on Easter Sunday, but that hasn’t stopped hundreds of supporters from sending the teenager “Get Well” cards. Justina is the sick teenager who state officials wrongfully took custody of away from her parents. The family will not be allowed to visit their daughter…

West Virginia: Three Pro-Gun Bills Headed towards Final Passage in Charleston

Yesterday, Senate Bill 317 passed in the West Virginia House Judiciary Committee by a voice vote.  SB 317, sponsored by state Senator John Unger (D-16), is a statewide firearms preemption bill which would bring Charleston and three other cities that currently have and enforce local gun control ordinances into uniformity with the rest of the stat…

“I Got Accepted!” Student With Down Syndrome Finds Out He’s Headed to College

In early December, Susan Holcombe captured a priceless moment on video. Her son, Rion, who has Down syndrome, opens a letter from Clemson University informing him that he has been accepted to college. Viewers can’t help but respond to Rion’s reaction of both joy and disbelief as he gets the news. Since Susan posted the […]…

Grammy-Winning Singer Headed to Prison for Failing to Pay $1 Million Owed in Taxes

Grammy Winning Singer Headed to Prison for 3 Months for Failing to Pay $  1 Million Owed in Taxes

NEWARK, NJ – MAY 06: Lauren Hill departs the court on May 6, 2013 in Newark, New Jersey. Hill plead guilty to tax evasion charges in June 2012 for failure to pay federal taxes on $ 1.8 million earned from 2005-2007. She faces a maximum one-year jail sentence for each of the three accounts. The sentencing date was postponed from April 22nd. Credit: Getty Images