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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.

After weeks and weeks of pressure and negative publicity, the Journal News is taking down its gun maps.

James O'Keefe set out to tell a story about media hypocrisy and the debate over guns in America. It is must-watch video for Journal News watchers.

Reporter Christine Haughney refused to take the newspaper's no for an answer.

The Journal News apparently needs assistance in saying no to interview requests about its controversial gun maps.

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.

After a N.Y. newspaper shuts down inquiries about its gun maps, a Fox producer goes a-knocking.

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

Utah grade school teacher tells MSNBC host that parents and students needn't know if she has a gun in the classroom.

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

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