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An unprecedented humanitarian crisis unfolding in Bangladesh: Part 1
Since August, the UN says 625,000 Rohingya have fled northern Rakhine state in Myanmar.
For Rohingya and supporters, a fight for survival on the ground and on social media
At 5 a.m., a group of 50 Rohingya appear on the shores of Bangladesh, like ghostly figures. Fleeing brutal oppression in Myanmar, they come in search of safety and shelter on Bangladesh's shore. It's a heartbreaking scene. The Rohingya have been traveling by boat from Myanmar since 2 a.m. and they
Guns in America: A Statistical Look
2012 has been a record setting year for gun sales. As of November, the FBI recorded 16,808,538 instant background checks for gun purchases for 2012. Even without counting December, which has historically been the busiest month, this beats last year's record by more than 350,000. If history is a
Guns in America, a Statistical Look
There are more than 129,817 federally licensed firearms dealers in the United States, according to the latest Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives numbers (as of Aug. 1) . Of those, 51,438 are retail gun stores, 7,356 are pawn shops and 61,562 are collectors,...
Dobbs, Beck, Palin, Bachmann Share Blame For Rise in Right-Wing Extremism, Says Activist Group
Southern Poverty Law Center Cites Violent Incidents; Lou Dobbs Calls SPLC Director 'Paranoid'
Clem's Chronicles: Air Marshals/Nigerian Indicted/Airport Security
howdy folks-Clem Lane here. Lots of news out there tonight..... “RACE AGAINST TIME”/US TO BEEF UP AIR MARSHAL FORCES OVERSEAS-From Brian Ross and Anna Schechter: “President Barack Obama has ordered a ‘surge’ of federal air marshals to be in place...
FBI: Child Porn Found on Holocaust Museum Suspect's Computer
Agents Also Report Ammo, Hitler Painting in Search of Von Brunn's Home, Car
What My Father Did Was 'Cowardice'
Quotes of the day: "All President Obama has to do now is find a way to pay for a health-care overhaul -- and devise a public option that’s maybe not really public -- while keeping the stakeholders in those seats...
Father's Actions 'Unforgivable,' Says Son of Suspected Holocaust Museum Shooter
The son of the man accused of entering the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and sparking a shootout that left a security guard dead last week said he was shocked to learn of the allegations against his father, and will no longer have any relationship with him. "It's extremely difficult. I love my
Statement by Erik von Brunn
Son of Accused Holocaust Museum Shooter Issues Statement Concerning His Father