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  • Score One For Us!

    Score One For Us!
    The National Shooting Sports Foundation will be back, somewhere in some court and it won’t quit until they gut Connecticut’s very strong gun laws. The Brady Campaign ranks Connecticut No. 5 in the nation’s top 10 states with the toughest...
  • Tawdry tweet shows why McConnell faces tough Kentucky Senate fight

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- An ill-considered tweet and ham-handed bit of Photoshopping illustrate one reason Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell faces the political fight of his life. Last month, the National Republican Senatorial Committee—a...
  • First Day hikes kick off 2014

    First Day hikes kick off 2014
    Many people start off the New Year with resolutions. Instead of making resolutions you may not keep, try starting 2014 off on the right (and left) foot by taking part in the 10 a.m. First Day Hike at Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center on New...
  • Legal fight to oust Quintero continues

    Legal fight to oust Quintero continues
    Their request may have been turned down by the state’s top lawyer, but two Glendale residents haven’t given up their efforts to unseat a councilman. The duo, John Rando and Mariano Rodas, failed in October to get California Atty. Gen....
  • Congress Should Try Again On Gun Safety

    Last April, in response to the Sandy Hook shootings, the Connecticut General Assembly passed one of the nation's strongest and most comprehensive gun safety laws with bipartisan support. At the same time, members of Congress — cowed by the...
  • Judge strikes down key part of Chicago gun ordinance

    Judge strikes down key part of Chicago gun ordinance
    CHICAGO— A federal judge Monday stripped away a key element of Chicago's gun ordinance, ruling that it was unconstitutional to prohibit licensed gun stores from operating in the city. U.S. District Judge Edmond Chang said Chicago had failed to...
  • Killed for texting in Florida: What in the wired world is going on?

    Forget it, Jake, it’s Florida. That may be as good an explanation as any to explain the fatal shooting of a (texting) man at a movie theater in Wesley Chapel, Fla., on Monday. But is it really that simple, that random, that inane? Details are...
  • Harvey Weinstein Says He'll Make Anti-NRA Movie With Meryl Streep

    Harvey Weinstein stirred up gun rights advocates when he said on Howard Stern's radio show that he plans to make a project that takes on the National Rifle Assn. and the issue of firearms "head on." "They are going to wish they weren't alive after I'm...
  • More shootings inevitable

    On a recent morning I visited Tribune’s website to check the headlines and found three terrible stories describing gun violence incidents leading the day's news coverage. In New Mexico on Tuesday, a child with a shotgun entered a school gym and...
  • Harvey Weinstein Says He'll Choose Less Violent Projects

    After he disclosed plans to produce a new movie starring Meryl Streep that takes on the National Rifle Assn.'s polical influence, Harvey Weinstein tells CNN's "Piers Morgan Live" on Friday that he will start choosing movies that "aren't violent or as...
  • Smith & Wesson says it won't follow California 'microstamping' law

    Gun manufacturer Smith & Wesson refused Thursday to comply with California's controversial "microstamping" law, causing more of its products to fall off the state's permissible firearms list and be ineligible for sale. In a two-page statement on its...