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Mourning Our Daughter, While Ireland Votes

By AOIFE WALSH and DAVIN O'DWYER

Allowing Irish women to end pregnancies doesn’t require insisting on the inhumanity of those who haven’t been born yet.

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Op-Ed Columnist: Scarlet Letter in the Emerald Isle

By MAUREEN DOWD

Ireland has jumped into modernity in many ways. But can it move past its medieval abortion law and stop shaming women?

Op-Ed Columnist: The Irish Exception

By ROSS DOUTHAT

With its abortion referendum, is Ireland joining the future or the past?

Boulder passes sweeping anti-gun bill; pro-2A nonprofit vows to sue individual councilmembers

By Gregg Re

The Boulder City Council passed a sweeping gun control ordinance Tuesday night banning "assault weapons" and bump stocks, even as a pro-Second Amendment nonprofit threatened to challenge the new law in court by suing individual councilmembers.

Sidebar: Will the Supreme Court Scrutinize Solitary Confinement? One Justice Offers a Map

By ADAM LIPTAK

In 1979, an appeals court judge named Anthony Kennedy ruled that prisoners have a right to a little fresh air. Now he and his fellow justices could decide a similar case.

Oklahoma Governor Vetoes Bill That Would Have Made Gun Licenses Unnecessary

By LOUIS LUCERO II

Mary Fallin, a Republican, called current gun laws in Oklahoma “appropriate and minimal.” A majority of the Republican-controlled Legislature disagreed.

Dick's Sporting Goods loses firearms businesses after gun control push

By Kathleen Joyce

Several major gun manufacturers said they were severing ties with Dick’s Sporting Goods in response to the company's February announcement it would no longer sell assault-style weapons due to the deadly Parkland school shooting.

Dick's Sporting Goods loses firearms businesses after its gun control push

By Kathleen Joyce

Several major gun manufacturers said they were severing ties with Dick’s Sporting Goods in response to the company's February announcement it would no longer sell assault-style weapons due to the deadly Parkland school shooting.

Inside the N.R.A. Convention

By ASHLEY GILBERTSON

The annual event in Dallas drew about 75,000 members.

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