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    Fight over Docs v. Glock's law isn't over

    Opponents of Florida's "Docs v. Glocks" law, which limits doctors' right to ask patients about their guns, say the legal fight is not over. The plaintiffs in the case plan to ask for a full "en banc" hearing by the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Atlanta. The court, in a 2-1 decision Friday, r ... Read More

    Colorado sheriffs again join suit against gun laws

    DENVER -- Gunrights advocates, including most of Colorado's sheriffs, are renewing their fight against the state's two new gun-control laws. They filed a court notice Monday stating they are appealing a judge's decision that the laws comply with the U.S. Constitution. One law bans firearms magazines ... Read More

    Administration's Obamacare Rollout Failures Outlined in New Report

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Management failures by the Obama administration set the stage for computer woes that paralyzed the president's new health care program last fall, nonpartisan investigators said in a report released Wednesday. While the administration was publicly assuring consumers that they would ... Read More

    Ebola Crisis: Two US Volunteers In Isolation

    Two American volunteers have been placed in isolation amid fears they could have contracted the virus in West Africa. The pair - working for America's Peace Corps movement - have not displayed symptoms but are under observation after coming into contact with an ebola sufferer, who later died. The Pe ... Read More

    Lois Lerner showed her bias against conservatives in IRS emails

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- A former IRS official at the heart of the agency's tea party controversy called some right-wing Republicans "crazies" and more in emails released Wednesday. Lois Lerner headed the IRS division that handles applications for tax-exempt status. In a series of emails with a colleague ... Read More

    Chickenpox outbreak disrupts operation of NM illegal alien shelter

    Deportations of migrants from a temporary Artesia detention center have been halted after an unknown number of detainees came down with the chicken pox, according to Rep. Steve Pearce, R-N.M. He said Tuesday that the Department of Homeland Security had stopped the transfer and deportation of migrant ... Read More

    Holder to join NAACP in challenge to OH, WI voting laws

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department on Wednesday sided with challengers of voting laws in Wisconsin and Ohio, saying in court filings that measures in those states unfairly affect minority voters. The department criticized a Wisconsin law that requires voters to present photo identification at ... Read More

    Boeing protested by pro-Palestinians in Chicago

    Supporters of Palestine gathered at Chicago City Hall Wednesday, where they pretended to die en masse to protest aircraft maker Boeing's involvement in the city's Air & Water Show. Boeing, a major sponsor of Chicago's annual air show over Lake Michigan, manufactures F-15 fighter jets, Apache helicop ... Read More

    Obama to host African leaders despite large Ebola outbreak

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says there are no plans to change or cancel an upcoming summit of African leaders in the U.S. despite an Ebola outbreak in Liberia. More than 40 African leaders are set to meet with President Barack Obama in Washington next week. White House spokesman Eric Schultz s ... Read More

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