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Rep. Gabrielle Giffords Given Details of Who Died in Tucson Shooting Rampage
The horrible details of the Jan. 8 shooting spree near Tucson, Ariz., have now been revealed to Rep. Gabrielle Giffords , according to her spokesman, C.J. Karamargin. Giffords knew that six people had died in the rampage, but her family, staff and friends wanted to wait until she had recovered
Court Rules Jared Lee Loughner Can Refuse Anti-Psychotic Medication
Tuscon Shooter Case Reignites Debate Over Medical Treatment of Mentally Ill Suspects
Court Temporarily Halts Forcible Medication of Gabrielle Giffords' Alleged Shooter
Appeals Court Overturns Previous Decision to Force Anti-Psychotic Meds on Jared Loughner
ATF program tracking guns put agents at risk, report says
Federal agents based in Arizona "abandoned" surveillance of suspicious gun purchases along the southwest border for months and allowed possibly hundreds of weapons to fall into the hands of Mexican drug cartel operatives and other criminals as part of a risky investigative strategy aimed at
Is Jared Loughner Sane Enough to Stand Trial?
Court to Decide Whether Arizona Shooting Suspect Should Be Tried for Shooting of Gabrielle Giffords, Others
Gabrielle Giffords Begins to Learn Details of Deadly January Day
Giffords Still Struggles with Words and Speaks in Mostly Short Phrases as She Prepares to Witness Shuttle Launch
Gabrielle Giffords Cleared for Husband's Launch
The wounded congresswoman will be able to attend Mark Kelly's shuttle launch.
Boehner's House Is On A Roll-Call Roll
Under Speaker John Boehner, the House of Representatives has taken 277 votes this year — the fastest pace since Newt Gingrich was first elected speaker in 1995.
Justices Kennedy and Breyer Testify at House Appropriations Hearing
Justices Anthony Kennedy and Stephen Breyer appeared before Congress today to discuss the Supreme Court 's proposed 2012 budget in a hearing that touched upon serious economic issues but also strayed into the justices' use of social media, the code of judicial conduct and whether the Court was