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Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting

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  • Ban Semi-Automatic Weapons. Find Another Hobby.

    Two weeks after the Sandy Hook shooting -- just after I put my son on the school bus -- I read about this man who had made threats to his ex-girlfriend and her son, who most likely goes to school with my youngest son. The man, who is being held on a $2.5 million bond, texted a photo of himself holding, yes, a semi-automatic rifle. He wrote that he was going to go to her son's school, kill him, and "make Sandy Hook look like nothing." While police do not believe the weapon belongs to him, he certainly had access to it at some point.
  • The Best We Can Do

    This morning my co-blogger Sarah Cody and I appeared on Fox 61 to discuss tips on talking to kids about the horrific tragedy in Newtown. (Sarah is a TV pro. I am a newspaper chick. I’ll forever have fond memories of her helping me attach a mic...

    Florida lawmakers pushing gun bills forward

    Florida lawmakers pushing gun bills forward
    Florida's Republican lawmakers are unholstering a series of bills in the state Capitol this spring heralded by gun owners but opposed by sheriffs, teachers, parents and some Democrats. The measures would allow firing of warning shots, arm school...

    Durbin says US unprepared for lingering military mental health challenges

    WASHINGTON The Army's mental health caseload has doubled since 2007, and Sen. Dick Durbin says the United States is not "up to that challenge" that "may be with us for some time." "What we are learning," the Illinois Democrat said in an interview, "is...

    Owner Of East Windsor Gun Store Sentenced For Violating Federal Firearms Laws

    BRIDGEPORT — The owner of an East Windsor gun store who violated federal firearms laws was sentenced three years of probation and 100 hours of community service on Thursday, according to the U.S. Attorney's office. David Laguercia, 57, of Broad...