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President Obama Announces Executive Action on Gun Control
An emotional president remembered the victims of recent mass shootings as he revealed new measures to reduce gun violence in the country.
Chattanooga Shooting Declared Terrorist-Inspired, Purple Hearts Awarded
The Navy will posthumously award Purple Hearts to the Sailor and four Marines killed in the Chattanooga mass shooting in July after both the FBI and Naval Criminal Investigative Service determined the attack was inspired by a foreign terror organization. Another Marine injured in the attack will
Obama on Prevalence of Mass Shootings: 'It's Too Easy'
The president says the country must take steps to make it "harder for individuals to get access to weapons."
Looking Back at the ‘Too Many Times’ Obama Has Addressed a Mass Shooting
"There’s been another mass shooting in America." With those words of lament, President Obama began his emotional statement on the shooting in Roseburg, Ore., Thursday -- the 15th time he’s had to make remarks following a mass shooting. Never has he appeared to so angry or so frustrated -- or so
Lawyer: Bowe Bergdahl 'In Physical Danger' From Fellow Soldiers
Ahead of a key hearing this week in his case of alleged desertion, former Taliban prisoner Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl 's defense team told a military tribunal that he has been "in physical danger" for a year from fellow soldiers who are angry over claims he betrayed his country. Bergdahl's civilian
US Radicals Bigger Terror Threat Than Jihadis in America
Since the 9/11 attacks, many Americans have considered radical Muslims as the preeminent threat to homeland security . But non-jihadist extremists have been responsible for nearly twice the number of deaths as jihadist attacks in the United States, according to a count by New America, a Washington
NYPD's John Miller and retired Gen. Peter Chiarelli on Responding to ISIS Threat
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Fort Hood Shooting Victims and Survivors Awarded Purple Heart Medals
Kimberly Munley, who helped stop the attack, honored with Defense of Freedom medal.
Fort Hood Victims Awarded Purple Hearts After Long, Controversial Battle
Today the military awarded the victims and survivors of the 2009 Fort Hood attack with Purple Hearts and other medals, after a more than five-year-long bureaucratic struggle over whether the awards were deserved. Kimberly Munley, the former police sergeant credited with stopping the attack, and