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Any line-crossing here? Top editor says no way.

The story of the controversial gun databases published by the Journal News in New York didn't end when it took down the record. It persists in state legislatures.

A top police official says it's premature to talk of a link between a burglary and a newspaper's maps of gun-permit holders' homes.

A New York senator alleges that a burglary in White Plains could well be tied to the controversial maps published by the Journal News.

Opposition to current proposals, says "Morning Joe" host, is motivated only by money.

Is there any support for the complaint against a newspaper's story and maps?

Newspaper got gun-permit data quickly, discussed its publication cursorily, and -- voila -- published it.

Top law enforcement official in Rockland says he has to prepare for the worst and doesn't want this information getting out.

Greg Ball continues bashing the newspaper for printing the names and addresses of gun permit holders.

Police are asking questions of the "Meet the Press" host.

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