Fate of last assault weapons ban hangs over renewed push for legislation

It has been two decades since then-President Clinton scored a headline-making political victory in banning assault weapons – and one decade since Congress let it lapse. But now, those vowing to capitalize on renewed public attention on tougher gun laws say this time it will stick.

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GAO report finds thousands of government workers on paid leave, costing taxpayers millionsComments Off

Thousands of federal workers who have been put on administrative leave for more than a month have been allowed to collect a paycheck, accrue vacation days and pensions benefits while taxpayers were forced to foot the $775 million bill, according to a n…

Monica Lewinsky calls for end to culture of cyberbullyingComments Off

The 41-year-old Lewinsky on Monday called for a cultural revolution to stem the “compassion deficit” fueling online hostility.

Operation Ground Game: Parties drive to get out the vote in final stretchComments Off

Two weeks before Election Day, it’s all about the ground game now.

Ebola ‘czar’ to skip House hearing, aide saysComments Off

Ron Klain, appointed last Friday by President Obama to direct the nation’s response to the Ebola crisis, sent his regrets Monday to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, which had invited him to testify this Friday, a committee aide told…

Snoop Dogg endorses Colorado Governor candidateComments Off

Rapper and marijuana aficionado Snoop Dogg is proving that politics makes strange bedfellows, endorsing an unaffiliated (but libertarian-leading) dark horse candidate for governor of Colorado.

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