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  • NRA criticizes gun-toting demonstrators at Texas fast-food places

    NRA criticizes gun-toting demonstrators at Texas fast-food places
    There may be a line even the National Rifle Assn. won’t cross. The lobbying group that has defended the availability of weapons in the face of mass murders such as the one that shattered an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., apparently has...
  • Common-sense policing and Isla Vista

    California has some of the strictest gun control laws in the country, including one that requires us to register guns. According to police, all of Isla Vista shooter Elliot Rodger's guns were legally registered. ("Deputies didn't know Elliot Rodger...
  • Gun accidents need serious handling and solid data

    Gun accidents need serious handling and solid data
    Hours before a memorial for Isla Vista victims last Tuesday, a UC Santa Barbara student was, he said, playing with his Glock handgun — one of the seven guns he legally owns — when it went off accidentally. The round went through a wall, struck...
  • Isla Vista killer never learned that women are not commodities

    Isla Vista killer never learned that women are not commodities
    I spent my weekend studying the 137-page screed left behind by the young man who slaughtered six students in an Isla Vista rampage aimed at punishing women because he'd never had a girlfriend. "There is no creature more evil and depraved than the...
  • GOP rivals Tim Donnelly and Neel Kashkari trade shots in radio debate

    GOP rivals Tim Donnelly and Neel Kashkari trade shots in radio debate
    Tim Donnelly and Neel Kashkari, the leading Republicans vying for the chance to challenge Gov. Jerry Brown in the fall, clashed Thursday in a scrappy debate that highlighted the split between the tea party and establishment factions of the state GOP....
  • Emanuel reflects on third year in office

    Emanuel reflects on third year in office
    A more-introspective-than-usual Mayor Rahm Emanuel reflected on his third year in office Friday, saying the decision to shutter dozens of Chicago Public Schools was the hardest he’s had to make and acknowledging his hard-charge personality has...
  • Chipotle to customers: Stop bringing guns into our restaurants

    Chipotle to customers: Stop bringing guns into our restaurants
    Chipotle Mexican Grill is stepping into a contentious national debate on firearms by asking customers to leave their guns at home. The Denver chain, best known for made-to-order burritos and tacos, said Monday that a recent demonstration by gun...
  • Opponents criticize Cardin over missed votes

    Opponents criticize Cardin over missed votes
    The two opponents of Del. Jon S. Cardin in his race for the Democratic nomination for attorney general chastised him during a debate Monday night for skipping almost 75 percent of his committee votes this year. State Sen. Brian E. Frosh of Montgomery...
  • Secretive group spending money on former Rep. Joe Baca's campaign

    Secretive group spending money on former Rep. Joe Baca's campaign
    A secretive group is spending money on mail ads, phone calls and possibly billboards in support of former Democratic Rep. Joe Baca as he tries to make a comeback in a heated Inland Empire congressional race. Baca says he knows nothing about the...
  • Emanuel to establish task force to discuss Chicago's minimum wage

    Emanuel to establish task force to discuss Chicago's minimum wage
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel is moving cautiously on the issue of raising the city's minimum wage, announcing the creation of a committee that will discuss the pros and cons and report back to him. The famously hard-charging mayor doesn't need to solicit input on...
  • Warrantless searches draw criticism

     Warrantless searches draw criticism
    Cook County probation officers have for years quietly teamed up with law enforcement to go into probationers' homes without warrants, looking for guns, drugs and information and leading to questionable and illegal searches, the Tribune has found....