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By Laura Santhanam
Gov. Jay Inslee and state Attorney General Bob Ferguson, both Democrats, pushed for the Democratic-controlled Washington Legislature to pass the ban on many semi-automatic weapons this session after years of failed attempts.
By Lisa Baumann, Manuel Valdes, Associated Press
In a land where private property is venerated and “get off my lawn” has become a mantra of jokey crankiness, the American front door is the landscape’s most intimate and personal of borders, the place where the public sphere encounters…
By Ted Anthony, Associated Press
The carnage has taken 88 lives in 17 mass killings over 111 days. Each time, the killers wielded firearms.
By Stefanie Dazio, Associated Press, Larry Fenn, Associate Press
Authorities say a gunman stormed a service at his former Jehovah's Witnesses congregation in Hamburg, killing six people before taking his own life after police arrived. Police gave no motive for Thursday night's attack in Germany's second-biggest city.
By Pietro Decristofaro, Geir Moulson, Associated Press
By Rebecca Santana, Associated Press
Last year saw a record number of guns intercepted at airport checkpoints across the country. The numbers have been steadily climbing and hit 6,542.
By Alanna Durkin Richer, Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press
A landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision on the Second Amendment is upending gun laws across the country, dividing judges and sowing confusion over what firearm restrictions can remain on the books.
By Frances Kai-Hwa Wang, Courtney Norris
In the days following the shooting, the circle of grief and trauma radiated out far beyond the current 50,000 registered students at MSU. As the most populous university in the state, and one of the largest in the U.S., most…
By Marcia Coyle
All U.S. Supreme Court decisions have consequences but only a few jolt the legal system and the nation with immediate and long-term consequences.
By Associated Press
Prosecutors say they will charge a farmworker accused of killing seven people in back-to-back shootings at two Northern California mushroom farms with seven counts of murder and one count of attempted murder.
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