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It's clear: Horrific violence grips us, then we forget.

Barack Obama has been good for the firearms business



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If any other politician suggests that mental health rather than gun policy is central to reducing mass homicides, ask where they stand on Medicaid expansion.

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Battling violence in the US may not be so different than fighting AIDS in Africa

Hard to raise rates when you can't raise a pulse.

An interview with Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs, one of the most powerful personal brands in the world.

The legislation was introduced just hours before a mass shooting at a community college in Oregon.

Party nations will be free to regulate cigarettes, which public health advocates had worried the trade deal would make more difficult.

Olivier Blanchard, an ‘economist’s economist,’ arrived in Washington just in time for the battle against the Great Recession, and returned the International Monetary Fund to its intellectual roots. Of austerity, debt relief and pétanque.

Christians were reportedly singled out in the Oregon shoot. This is how often Christians suffer hate crimes.

30,000 of them, dozens a day.

Their alliance is symbiotic. But former board members say it's built on dishonesty.

Economy adds 142,000 jobs, while unemployment rate stays at 5.1 percent

Donald Trump, populist? Think again.

Support for gun rights runs deep in the timber town where students were killed on Thursday.

Charts show who dies by firearms in America, and why

The new debt limit deadline is in.

Columbine. Newtown. Aurora. Now a small town in Southern Oregon has forever changed.

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