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Cremated remains of mystery woman found in Hartford office

Fox CT A little spring cleaning led to a big mystery for a Hartford woman, who found someone’s cremated remains in a closet. Now she’s on a mission to reunite the 10 year old remains with whichever family they might … Continue reading

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Cop holstered gun after my pal took out cell phone: lawsuit

New York Post – by Salim Algar A Brooklyn construction worker claims a spooked NYPD cop pulled his service revolver on him and holstered it only after a pal whipped out a cellphone and threatened to record the incident, a … Continue reading

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Ex-NYPD sergeant busted for accepting $9K in bribes

New York Post – by Rich Calder A former NYPD sergeant accepted thousands of dollars in bribes from a private investigator in exchange for key confidential information from an FBI database about witnesses in federal criminal cases, prosecutors charged Wednesday. … Continue reading

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Thieves steal woman’s cabin

AOL It’s devastating to come home and find your house has been burglarized, but imagine this: Josie-Ann Pilotte came home to find her home was stolen. Pilotte was building a small cabin in the Yukon woods with her bare hands … Continue reading

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Rwanda Starts Testing American Visitors for Ebola

Vocativ – by Sarah Kaufman Rwanda is not cool with the fact that the U.S. and Spain have Ebola. Not cool at all. The African nation about 2,600 miles east of Liberia hasn’t had a reported case of Ebola yet. Perhaps … Continue reading

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Sister Cristina – Like A Virgin

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Sardines Endorse Barracuda For Governor

Gothamist For millions of years, Barracuda have hunted us down and torn our flesh with their enormous jaws. But barracuda are also really shiny, and hopefully they will stop devouring us. For this reason, we are endorsing Barracuda for governor. … Continue reading

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Protests and Politics Greet ‘Klinghoffer’ at Met

New York Times – by Michael Cooper As the Metropolitan Opera began its first performance of John Adams’s “The Death of Klinghoffer” on Monday night, police officers were posted inside the opera house, protesters in wheelchairs lined Columbus Avenue and … Continue reading

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AirBag Recall: 4.7 Million Vehicles Require Immediate Service

IB Times – by Connor Adams Sheets The owners of nearly 5 million vehicles are being urged to take immediate action as a result of a massive recall to replace potentially defective airbags that have been linked with multiple deaths … Continue reading

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Terminate Officer Kevin Dupre NOW

The Petition Site – by Donna Early Click the video below to see the viral video showing a Texas police officer who shot and killed a 6 month old puppy in cold blood. Then sign this petition to demand that Cleburne … Continue reading

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Mental Health Issues Put 34,500 on New York’s No-Guns List

New York Times – by ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS A newly created database of New Yorkers deemed too mentally unstable to carry firearms has grown to roughly 34,500 names, a previously undisclosed figure that has raised concerns among some mental health advocates that … Continue reading

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JOE WALSH Rocky Mountain Way Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004

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Pit bull vote aims to settle disputes over breeds

AOL – by Kristen Wyatt ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) – Sharee Talbot wants her dog back. For now, though, she has to drive out of town to visit Buddy because the two-year-old pit bull isn’t allowed in her hometown of Aurora. … Continue reading

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Civic group making ‘compliance checks’ of gun shops in Florida – by Chris Eger The League of Women Voters has visited some 30 firearms dealers in the Sunshine State, checking to make sure that the businesses have signage that is required by law. The group, which is avowedly non-partisan … Continue reading

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Container ship towed but now drifting again off Canadian coast

Oregon Live PRINCE RUPERT, British Columbia — A disabled Russian container ship carrying hundreds of tons of fuel is adrift again but officials said Saturday there is no immediate risk of it reaching shore, hitting rocks and causing a spill. Royal … Continue reading

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Pistol Packing Mom Goes to Jail for Shooting Venomous Snake

New Port Richey Patch – by Sherri Lonon When a water moccasin slithered its way into a recent Pop Warner football practice at Bay High School in north Florida, a 30-year-old mother took matters into her own hands. After watching … Continue reading

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US Army Handbook From 2011 Confirms Airborne Ebola Cases

Ammoland NEW YORK –-( While Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization officials continue to insist Ebola cannot be transmitted by air from one person to another, an Army manual clearly warns the virus could be an airborne threat … Continue reading

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Too Many Gun Owners Join Buckeye Firearms Association, Credit Card Co Shuts Them Down

AmmoLand Ohio –( We told you yesterday that Buckeye Firearms Foundation has launched our new membership program. By this morning, so many people had joined, our credit card merchant account actually SHUT US DOWN! If you tried to join today … Continue reading

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Hunters Against Hunger: Donate Big Game for Hungry Montanans

Ammoland Missoula MT -( Hunters who legally harvest big game during the hunting season can donate the meat to feed hungry Montanans. There will be no cost or processing fees for the donated meat! Only legally harvested or confiscated big … Continue reading

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University student who had guns on campus gets two years in jail – by Chris Eger A college student who was arrested after being found with two handguns on campus and a rifle in his SUV pled guilty to weapons charges Friday in what supporters call a big misunderstanding. William Dong, … Continue reading

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