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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US reportedly targets leader of al-Shabaab with Somalia drone strikeComments Off

A U.S. drone reportedly targeted the leader of the Al Qaeda-linked al-Shabaab group in a strike in southern Somalia Monday. 

In fight to keep Senate seat, Landrieu faces legal challenge to Louisiana residencyComments Off

Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu, in a tough re-election bid, is facing mounting legal challenges to her residency status including a lawsuit filed this weekend by a former Republican challenger.

Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor joins Wall Street investment bankComments Off

Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor was not unemployed for long. 

US military conducts operation against al-Shabaab in SomaliaComments Off

Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby says the U.S. is looking at the results and will provide more information when appropriate.

Krauthammer: Biden is not a ‘serious presidential candidate’Comments Off

Krauthammer said Biden’s record proves he is not a serious contender.

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