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Student hit with criminal charges for fishing knife in car

A senior at Northeast High School in Clarksville, Tenn. has been suspended for 10 days and faces a multitude of additional punishments including criminal charges because school officials found a knife belonging to his father inside his father’s car. The

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Indian women buy guns, pepper spray in wake of gang rape

In the wake of a gruesome gang rape that stunned the country, Indian women are now equipping themselves for self-protection. Sales of pepper spray have jumped. Many women are downloading smartphone apps enabling them to seek help if they are stalked. A

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Man shoots arrows at police

A Snellville-area man holed up in his home after a domestic dispute Wednesday night shot arrows at police, grazing the face of one of the officers. Gwinnett Police spokesman Cpl. Jake Smith said Thomas Warren Burt, 28, was arrested and charged

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House Democrats seek to renew gun control push

WASHINGTON — A group of Democratic lawmakers is seeking to revive stalled gun control efforts on Capitol Hill, after President Barack Obama pledged in his State of the Union address Tuesday to take action “with or without Congress.” Reps. Alan

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Border: More rape trees found in S. Texas

A photo showinga torn black bra and a small purse hanging from a tree in what is said to be a “rape tree”-a place where Mexican drug cartel members and coyotes who smuggle humans across the border rape one or

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Man shoots home intruders with AK-47

Two home invasion suspects are on the run and a third was fatally shot  by a South Florida resident who fought back against the armed intruders with an AK-47 Thursday night, police said. The incident happened at a home on

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Idaho Wildlife Advocate Pleads Guilty to Poaching

An outspoken critic of Idaho’s phosphate industry and its deadly impact on some animals has pleaded guilty to poaching two elk. Marv Hoyt, Idaho director of the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, will leave his job after acknowledging in court that he illegally killed

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