While millions marched for their lives, others marched for their guns

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While millions were marching in support of gun control Saturday at the March for Our Lives demonstrations in Washington and across the country, there were groups of people who also gathered at those same marches in support of the Second Amendment. | read more:
While millions marched for their lives, others marched for their guns

While millions marched for their lives, others marched for their guns
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Here's what the NRA had to say today about the March for Our Lives

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To hear the National Rifle Association tell it, Saturday’s March for Our Lives was orchestrated by billionaires and Hollywood to push an anti-gun agenda. | read more:
Here’s what the NRA had to say today about the March for Our Lives

Here’s what the NRA had to say today about the March for Our Lives
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Red Sox ace Sale hit by liner, expects to be OK for opener

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This was not what the Boston Red Sox wanted to see in Chris Sale’s final spring training tuneup: Their ace crumpled on the ground, knocked off the mound by a line drive. | read more:
Red Sox ace Sale hit by liner, expects to be OK for opener

Red Sox ace Sale hit by liner, expects to be OK for opener
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Former Clinton campaign communications director: Emails were 'a box we could never get out of'

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In a new memoir, former Hillary Clinton campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri says the Clinton email scandal was a like “a box we could never get out of,” The Washington Post reports. | read more:
Former Clinton campaign communications director: Emails were ‘a box we could never get out of’

Former Clinton campaign communications director: Emails were ‘a box we could never get out of’
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7 months after Harvey, flood-control projects' fate unclear

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Seven months after Hurricane Harvey, Houston-area officials are still looking for funding to undertake large-scale flood-control projects that include a new reservoir, deeper and wider bayous and a costal barrier system. | read more:
7 months after Harvey, flood-control projects’ fate unclear

7 months after Harvey, flood-control projects’ fate unclear
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Students hold March for Our Lives events in Washington and across US

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Survivors of the deadly shooting rampage at a Parkland, Florida, high school are set to lead thousands Saturday in a March for Our Lives on Washington, delivering their impassioned pleas for stricter gun control law to the nation. | read more:
Students hold March for Our Lives events in Washington and across US

Students hold March for Our Lives events in Washington and across US
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French hero officer who swapped himself for hostage dies

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A French police officer who offered himself up to an Islamic extremist gunman in exchange for a hostage died of his injuries, raising the death toll in the attack to four. | read more:
French hero officer who swapped himself for hostage dies

French hero officer who swapped himself for hostage dies
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White House announces policy to ban most transgender persons from serving in military

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The White House on Friday announced a policy to ban most transgender persons from serving in the US military. | read more:
White House announces policy to ban most transgender persons from serving in military

White House announces policy to ban most transgender persons from serving in military
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