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Today β€” November 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

law enforcement : Catching Killers by Matching Tiny Marks on Bullets

By IAN URBINA and GEORGE ETHEREDGE for THE NEW YORK TIMES

Once seen as crime scene detritus, bullets and ejected shell casings are now recognized as vital pieces of evidence.

Yesterday β€” November 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Gun Control Groups Eclipse N.R.A. in Election Spending

By DANNY HAKIM and RACHEL SHOREY

The financial dominance of the National Rifle Association was topped by gun control groups that helped win the House for Democrats.

North Korea Says It Has Tested β€˜Ultramodern Tactical Weapon’

By CHOE SANG-HUN

North Korea did not identify what weapon was tested, but the development could complicate already stalled talks between the United States and North Korea.

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Talk: Dr. Leana Wen Dislikes the Politicization of Health Care

By Interview by CAITLIN ROPER

The new president of Planned Parenthood on patient advocacy, conspiracy theories and why it’s insulting when anti-choicers call themselves “pro-life.”

Country Music Will Talk About the Hurt, but Not the Politics

By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS

Once again, the Country Music Association Awards will follow a mass shooting of its fans, but talk about guns is unlikely to come up during the show.

California Is Already Tough on Guns. After a Mass Shooting, Some Wonder if It’s Enough

By TIM ARANGO and JENNIFER MEDINA

Gun control activists and politicians in the state were already weighing what more can be done, and whether existing measures could have prevented the killing.

Another Mass Shooting, but This Time House Democrats Promise Action

By EMILY COCHRANE and SHERYL GAY STOLBERG

The killing of 12 people in California came 24 hours after Democrats seized control of the House, leading to promises of a legislative response.

A Look at California Gun Laws, Among the Toughest in the Nation

By IAN URBINA

Thirty years ago, California became the first state to ban assault rifles. Here’s a look at its gun regulations, which have grown only stricter.

Italy Loosens Gun Laws as Matteo Salvini Polishes His Tough Guy Image

By EMMA JOHANNINGSMEIER

Making it easier to buy a weapon was once unthinkable in the country. But the interior minister, working from a populist playbook, is pushing a hard line.

Trump Says He Will Not Meet Putin This Weekend, Contradicting the Kremlin

By PETER BAKER

The on-again, off-again meeting in Paris has been the subject of confusion and conflicting reports for weeks. President Trump says they will meet instead in Buenos Aires later in the month.

Pompeo Meeting With North Korean Diplomat Postponed

By AUSTIN RAMZY

No reason was given for the delay of the meeting in New York between Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Kim Yong-chol, North Korea’s leading nuclear weapons negotiator.

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