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Man’s ordeal stirs debate on cost of treating rattlesnake bites

KGTV 10 News – by Michael Chen LA JOLLA, Calif. – The pain of a man’s rattlesnake bite in San Diego is now being felt across the country, and it’s not the physical pain. 10News was the first to bring … Continue reading

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One Year after Trump is elected President…. (The White House)

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FDNY recruit failed her way into $81,000 desk job

New York Post – by Susan Edelman An FDNY recruit is getting a third chance to pass the training academy after collecting top firefighter pay for a year in desk jobs, sources told The Post. Choeurlyne Doirin-Holder, 39 — one … Continue reading

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It is Hard Work Keeping the Anti-Gun Dream Alive

Ammoland – by Rob Morse California – -(Ammoland.com)-  Some people still believe gun-prohibition works.  That fading idea is like a sick old man on life support.  It takes more and more effort simply to keep that fading fantasy alive. They … Continue reading

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Retired LAPD Detective, 70, Suspected of Being ‘Snowbird Bandit,’ Robbing 5 Orange County Banks: OCSD

KTLA 5 – by ASHLEY SOLEY-CERRO, CHRIS WOLFE AND MARY BETH MCDADE A 70-year-old retired Los Angeles Police Department detective was identified Thursday as the “Snowbird Bandit,” who robbed five Orange County banks between March and July, according to the Orange County … Continue reading

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Gun dealers seek impounded collection now at over 1500 guns

Guns.com – by Chris Eger With the Los Angeles Police Department planning to destroy 6.5 tons of ammo recovered, gun dealers are scrambling to save the more than 1,500 guns collected from a deceased California man. Jeffrey Alan Lash, 60, … Continue reading

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A New Front In The Battle Against Coal Exports: Treaties

Earth Justice – by Jan Hasselman A new front has opened in the epic battle to block projects that threaten to turn the Pacific Northwest into a hub for fossil fuel exports. While citizens and regulators have been duking it … Continue reading

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As police tower looms over Tompkins, petition calls for its removal

The Villager – By LINCOLN ANDERSON AND GERARD FLYNN On Tuesday, the police rolled one of their portable observation towers into Tompkins Square Park. The immediate suspicion was that it was a response to the reported spike in homeless people … Continue reading

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The country’s youngest convicted killers to be released from prison

Guns.com – by Jennifer Cruz After spending more time behind bars than as free citizens, a 29-year-old man and his 30-year-old sister will be released from prison soon after serving time for killing their father’s girlfriend at their Cocoa Beach, … Continue reading

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NYPD cops under investigation for allegedly beating a suspected pizza thief had two days left in probationary period

New York Daily News – by ROCCO PARASCANDOLA , JOHN MARZULLI The NYPD cops under investigation for allegedly beating a surrendering suspect were rookies with two days remaining in their probationary period at the time of the incident, the Daily News … Continue reading

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NYPD assault on 11 year old girl

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1.4M Vehicles Recalled; Hackers Could Take Over Steering Wheels

Patch – by Marc Torrence Fiat-Chrysler announced it is recalling 1.4 million vehicles over a software vulnerability that could allow hackers to remotely break into certain cars and control their steering wheels from afar. The voluntary safety recall does not … Continue reading

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Senior al Qaida figure, Muhsin al-Fadhli, killed in US airstrike in Syria, officials say

Fox News WASHINGTON –  A U.S. airstrike in Syria has killed a key figure in a dangerous al-Qaida offshoot, the Pentagon said Tuesday. Muhsin al-Fadhli was killed in a July 8 air attack while traveling in a vehicle near Sarmada, … Continue reading

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Grijalva’s Save Oak Flat Bill Boosted by Historic Preservation Listing

Indian Country – by Gale Courey Toensing Legislation to save an Apache sacred site from destruction by an international mining company got a helping hand recently when the National Trust for Historic Preservation included the land on its 2015 list … Continue reading

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The Apache are coming to DC

The Hill – by Stephen Boyd The Apache are coming to Washington. They are coming to protect a public campground in Arizona known as Oak Flat, called in Apache, Chi’chil Bildagoteel. They come to repair the damage that was done … Continue reading

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‘Grossly Misinformed’: First Nations Want Answers to 1.3 Million Gallon Spill in Alberta

Indian Country Special trucks were hard at work vacuuming up an oil-emulsion spill the size of three football fields on July 19 as Nexen Energy apologized for the pipeline rupture that sent 1.3 million gallons of mixed sand, bitumen and … Continue reading

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‘Muslim-Free Zone’ Declared by Gun Shop Owner

Patch – by Sherri Lonon A Florida gun shop owner’s reaction to the shootings in Chattanooga that left four Marines and one sailor dead is drawing both fire and praise. Andy Hallinan, 28, has declared his store, Florida Gun Supply … Continue reading

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Pushy woman gets schooled in Texas gun store

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Drunk Man Gets Run Over By Train, Doesn’t Even Get Hurt

Huffington Post SCHAGHTICOKE, N.Y. (AP) — State police say a man escaped injury after being run over by a freight train while sleeping in the middle of railroad tracks in an upstate New York town. Troopers say 38-year-old Aaron Collins … Continue reading

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Apache Stronghold Convoy nears DC for repeal of law desecrating Oak Flat for copper mining

The NarcoSphere – by Brenda Norrell The Apache Stronghold Convoy visited the graves of the children who never came home at Carlisle Indian School in Pennsylvania, remembering the Chiricahua Apache children who were held as prisoners of war. “We need … Continue reading

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