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Articles from April 29, 2013

Abdelrazik Presses for Records That Tell Full Story of His Detention in Sudan
Abdelrazik presses for records on his case--OTTAWA - A Montreal man who believes Canada's spy agency had a hand in keeping him behind bars in Khartoum is pressing the Sudanese government for documentation about his case.Abousfian Abdelrazik, flanked...
A Highlight Reel of Don Cherry's Controversial Comments
Don Cherry's highlight reel of controversy--Over the years the commentary coming from Hockey Night in Canada pundit Don Cherry has sometimes been more colourful than his suits, and that's saying something. Here's a sample of some of his more eyebrow-raising...
Bank of Montreal Looks to Open Small Bank Branches as More Customers Bank Online
BMO to open tiny branches in Canada, U.S.--MONTREAL - The Bank of Montreal will open tiny branches with a handful of employees giving "face-to-face" information on topics such as mortgages with most customers now banking online.BMO is opening what it...
B.C. Leaders Jostle for an Issue before TV Election Debate
B.C. leaders jostle for an issue in debate--VANCOUVER - Pointed questions and occasionally barbs were aimed at the four leaders vying to become British Columbia's next premier, but answers were more elusive in a television debate that was at times fiery...
Budget Watchdog Says Federal Government Cost-Cutting Will Eliminate 14,000 Jobs
March budget to cost jobs: PBO says--OTTAWA - The federal government's most recent "jobs and growth" budget will wind up costing Canada both jobs and economic growth over the next few years, the Parliamentary Budget Officer says in a new report.The PBO's...
Business News as of 6 P.M. ET
Business News as of 6 p.m. ET--MONDAY, APRIL 29, 6 p.m. ETBUSINESS NEWS ADVISORYHere are the top Business News stories from The Canadian Press as of 6 p.m. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries...
Calgary Flames GM Jay Feaster Has Options Open Heading into Off-Season
Feaster has options heading into off-season--CALGARY - Calgary Flames general manager Jay Feaster fully expected his club to make the playoffs in 2013.When it instead became apparent Calgary would miss the post-season for the fourth straight season,...
Canada-Wide Warrant Sought for Toronto Couple Wanted in Kidnapping, Jewelry Scam
Canada-wide warrant sought for Toronto couple--TORONTO - Police say a couple wanted in a Toronto kidnapping scammed several people out of money and jewelry in recent months and may have committed offences from Montreal to Vancouver.Det. Sgt. Savas Kyriacou...
Canadian Dollar Rises Alongside Commodities, Traders Look to Key Data
Loonie rises alongside commodity prices--TORONTO - The Canadian dollar closed higher Monday as the American greenback weakened against a variety of currencies and commodity prices moved higher.The loonie rose 0.51 of a cent to 98.85 cents US as the U.S....
Canadiens Set to Begin Playoff Rivalry with Senators after Bounce-Back Season
Habs, Sens set to start a playoff rivalry--BROSSARD, Que. - A tough battle awaits Montreal against the Ottawa Senators in the NHL playoffs, but the Canadiens will gladly take it after what happened last year.The Canadiens were dead last in the Eastern...
Canucks Benefit from Solid Goaltending, Dependable Defence in Playoffs
Canucks need more scoring in playoffs--VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Canucks are seeking an answer to a critical question -- other than goaltender Cory Schneider's health -- as they attempt to return to the Stanley Cup finals.Which version of the team will...
Canucks Goaltender Schneider Returns to Practice, but Playoff Status Uncertain
Schneider returns to practice with Canucks--VANCOUVER - Vancouver Canucks goaltender Cory Schneider returned to practice Monday, but his status for the first game of the Stanley Cup quarter-finals against the San Jose Sharks remained uncertain.Schneider...
Capitals Star Ovechkin Named NHL's First Star for April after 14-Goal Month
Ovechkin named NHL's first star of month--NEW YORK, N.Y. - Alex Ovechkin has been named the NHL's first star of the month for his pivotal role in leading the Washington Capitals to their fifth Southeast Division title in the last six years.Ovechkin led...
Closing Arguments to Begin at Trial for Queen of the North Sinking off B.C
Closing arguments to begin at ferry trial--VANCOUVER - The sinking of the Queen of the North passenger ferry off British Columbia's northern coast is a story made up of many chapters.There is the tragedy of two missing passengers, Gerald Foisy and Shirley...
Colorado Avalanche Win Lottery for First Overall Pick in NHL Draft
Avalanche win NHL draft lottery for top pick--TORONTO - Finishing last in the Western Conference standings and out of the NHL playoffs paid huge dividends for the Colorado Avalanche on Monday.Colorado won the NHL draft lottery and the right to make the...
Cost of Tembec's Temiscaming Upgrade Up 24 per Cent on Purchase of Larger Boiler
Tembec mill upgrade cost surges 24 per cent--MONTREAL - The cost of Tembec's "game-changing" upgrade at its specialty cellulose mill has grown by 24 per cent despite securing more favourable construction bids.The forest product company has selected a...
Deputy Alberta Energy Minister Named Chief Executive of New Provincial Regulator
CEO of new Alberta energy regulator named--CALGARY - Alberta's new energy regulator will be headed up by a CEO who has been second-in-command of both the province's energy and environment ministries.Deputy Alberta Energy Minister Jim Ellis is leaving...
Disadvantaged Ontario High School Students Likely to Take Simpler Classes: Group
Report examines disadvantaged high schoolers--TORONTO - A new report raises concerns that Ontario high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds are more likely to take simplified courses in core topics like math, something it links to drastically...
Don Cherry's Views on Women in Sports Locker Rooms Are His Own, Says CBC
CBC says Don Cherry's views on women his own--Don Cherry isn't speaking for the CBC when he says women have no place in sports locker-rooms, the head of media relations for the public broadcaster said Monday.But Chuck Thompson says the CBC has no plans...
Economist Jack Mintz Wants Family Income Splitting, but with a Twist
Mintz wants income splitting with a twist--OTTAWA - A controversial federal policy that would allow families to split their incomes for tax purposes would make a lot of sense, as long as it is accompanied by other measures so that the benefits would...
Editorial Exchange: Rehtaeh Parsons and Other Bullied Teens Deserve Durable Legacy
Editorial Exchange: Rehtaeh Parsons and other bullied teens deserve durable legacy--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published April 28:Consumers in Canada and around the world saw the true cost of cheaply made clothes with the collapse of an illegally...
Editorial Exchange: Shop with a Moral Conscience
Editorial Exchange: Shop with a moral conscience--An editorial from the Hamilton Spectator, published April 29:We are appalled by the deaths of hundreds of workers in the collapse of a Bangladesh garment building.For most Canadians, the more we read...
Editorial Exchange: Sweat the Shops
Editorial Exchange: Sweat the shops--An editorial from the Winnipeg Free Press, published April 27:The death of more than 300 workers in a Bangladesh garment factory is focusing attention on the appalling working conditions that millions of people in...
Editorial Exchange: Tragedy Far Away Still Hits Home
Editorial Exchange: Tragedy far away still hits home--An editorial from the New Glasgow News, published April 26:We often hear the term global village. The world suddenly becomes smaller to hear about a tragedy like the collapse of a garment factory...
Entertainment News as of 5 P.M. April 29
Entertainment News Advisory--Monday, April 29, 20135 p.m.ENTERTAINMENT NEWS ADVISORYHere are the top Entertainment stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. ET. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available....
Ex-Montreal Mayor Expresses Bitterness at Way He Was Pushed out the Door
Montreal mayor says PQ hastened his departure--MONTREAL - Montreal's former mayor settled some political scores on his final day before Quebec's corruption inquiry as he bitterly described the events that led to his scandal-related departure last fall.Gerald...
Extended Weather for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Extended weather for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 05:00 edt Monday 29 April 2013.City of Toronto: Wednesday, a mix of sun and...
Extended Weather for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Extended weather for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 15:30 edt Monday 29 April 2013.City of Toronto: Wednesday, a mix of sun and...
Extended Weather for Saskatchewan Issued by Environment Canada
Extended weather for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada at 04:30 cst Monday 29 April 2013.City of Regina: Wednesday, sunny....
Extended Weather for Saskatchewan Issued by Environment Canada
Extended weather for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada at 15:30 cst Monday 29 April 2013.City of Regina: Wednesday, sunny....
Firefighters Rescue 12-Year-Old Girl from Icy, Flooded Manitoba Creek
Girl clings to tree in flooded creek--STE. ROSE DU LAC, Man. - A pair of small-town firefighters are being hailed as heroes after rescuing a 12-year-old girl from a flooded creek northwest of Winnipeg.The girl and her father were in a pickup truck Saturday...
Five Storylines to Watch Entering National Hockey League Post-Season
Storylines to watch entering NHL playoffs--After a truncated 48-game regular season, the NHL post-season has arrived. Here's a look at five storylines to watch as the quest for the Stanley Cup begins:CANADIAN TEAMS FACE OFFThe Montreal Canadiens struggled...
Flooding Prompts Three Saskatchewan Communities to Declare States of Emergency
Saskatchewan communities declare emergencies--REGINA - Three Saskatchewan municipalities have declared states of emergency as rising floodwater threatens homes.The town of Radisson and the village of Borden, which are both located just northwest of Saskatoon,...
Forecast for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 edt Monday 29 April 2013.City of Toronto, Pickering - Oshawa - Southern Durham Region: Today, cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Wind...
Forecast for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 15:30 edt Monday 29 April 2013.City of Toronto, Pickering - Oshawa - Southern Durham Region: Today, mainly cloudy. 40 percent chance of drizzle in...
Forecast for Saskatchewan Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 cst Monday 29 April 2013.City of Regina: Today, cloudy. 60 percent chance of showers late this afternoon with risk of a thunderstorm....
Forecast for Saskatchewan Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 cst Monday 29 April 2013.City of Regina: Today, snow. Amount 2 cm. Wind north 30 km-h. High -3.City of Saskatoon: Today, cloudy....
Forecast for the Maritimes Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 adt Monday 29 April 2013.Halifax Metro and Halifax County West, Lunenburg County: Today, mainly sunny. High 17 except 8 in onshore...
Forecast for the Maritimes Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 adt Monday 29 April 2013.Halifax Metro and Halifax County West, Lunenburg County: Today, a mix of sun and cloud. Fog patches dissipating...
Former Liberal Prime Minister Intends to Let Americans Know the Benefits of Keystone
Former PM heading south to talk Keystone XL--CALGARY - A former Liberal prime minister says he plans to head to Washington, D.C., to speak out in favour of the Keystone XL pipeline.John Turner, who is 83, says he intends to spend time with Canadian Ambassador...
Former Mac Star D'Aguilar Receives Two NFL Mini-Camp Tryout Offers
D'Aguilar has two NFL mini-camp offers--He was bypassed in last week's NFL draft, but McMaster Marauders star Ben D'Aguilar will have two chances to secure a contract south of the border.A CFL source requesting anonymity said Monday the six-foot-two,...
Former Manitoba Child Advocate Testifies at Inquiry into Child's Death
Former child advocate testifies at inquiry--WINNIPEG - The former head of Manitoba's advocate for children says her organization had a hard time getting answers about children believed to be at risk even after the case of a murdered five-year-old girl...
From Omnibus to "Minibus," Finance Minister Flaherty Tables New Budget Bill
Flaherty tables slimmer "minibus" budget bill--OTTAWA - Finance Minister Jim Flaherty tabled a trimmed-down budget bill Monday that he promised would face the proper parliamentary scrutiny, but the official opposition says the legislation still needs...
From Prehistoric Spear Points to Modern Howitzers: Canada's Artillery Museum
Artillery museum has stories behind the guns--SHILO, Man. - From prehistoric spears to massive modern field guns, mankind has always found a way to launch projectiles at enemies. And if something can be fired, shot or hurled, chances are it's on display...
Gun Charges for Boy, 13, Tossed over Improper Strip Search
Gun charge stayed over boy's strip search--TORONTO - A 13-year-old boy who allegedly brought a gun and ammunition to his Toronto elementary school won't face a trial after a judge ruled he was improperly strip-searched at the police station.Ontario Court...
Health Canada and Provinces Declined to Regulate Firm That Supplied Diluted Drugs
Marchese says request for oversight declined--TORONTO - Both Health Canada and provincial regulators declined to regulate Marchese Hospital Solutions before it started supplying chemotherapy drug mixtures to five hospitals in Ontario and New Brunswick,...
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 5 P.M. ET Monday, April 29
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory--Monday, April 29, 20135 p.m.HEALTH-LIFESTYLES-TRAVEL NEWS ADVISORYHere are the Health-Lifestyles-Travel stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. ET. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject...
How Do You Compare? New Report Reveals Stats about Social Media Usage in Canada
How do you compare? Canadian social media stats--TORONTO - One in three anglophone Canadians won't let a single day go by without checking into their social media feeds, suggests a new report by the Media Technology Monitor.The report is based on telephone...
If Tebow Wants to Play Football in Canada, Montreal Alouettes Would Accommodate
Alouettes would welcome Tim Tebow to CFL--Montreal Alouettes general manager Jim Popp would welcome Tim Tebow to the CFL so long as the former Heisman Trophy winner was content battling for a job as a backup quarterback.The New York Jets released Tebow...
Less Is More: Danish Chef Trine Hahnemann Promotes Sustainable, Seasonal Eating
Chef Trine Hahnemann: Less meat, more veggies--TORONTO - Trine Hahnemann's dream is that everyone in the world can have a decent daily meal.The Danish chef and cookbook author is a passionate spokeswoman for sustainable solutions, eating seasonally and...
LL Cool J, Releasing New Album, Says 'Accidental Racist' Was Misunderstood
LL Cool J: 'Accidental Racist' misunderstood--TORONTO - Rap legend LL Cool J is about to release his first album in five years, but he's been in the news lately for an entirely different reason: his controversial "Accidental Racist" collaboration with...
Loblaw to Compensate Bangladesh Collapse Victims Who Supplied Joe Fresh Items
Loblaw to compensate Bangladesh workers--TORONTO - The only Canadian retailer to publicly acknowledge it used a manufacturer in a poorly made Bangladeshi building which collapsed and killed hundreds last week said Monday it will pay compensation for...
Luka Rocco Magnotta to Stand Trial in September 2014
Magnotta to stand trial in September 2014--MONTREAL - The trial of accused killer Luka Rocco Magnotta will begin in September 2014, more than two years after his arrest in the death of university student Jun Lin.Magnotta appeared Monday in a Montreal...
Lumineers' Wesley Schultz Says Band Hasn't Tired of Signature Hit 'Ho Hey'
Lumineers not tired of 'Ho Hey' yet--TORONTO - The Lumineers, the Denver-based folk-rock band who authored the rousing smash single "Ho Hey," have played sparingly in Canada, so they have a clear memory of the few gigs they have played north of the border.One...
Maple Leafs Prepare for Playoffs and Bruins, Wait on Bozak's Health
Leafs prepare for Bruins, wait on Bozak--TORONTO - Tyler Bozak hardly practised, Phil Kessel didn't speak and Nazem Kadri crashed the net, literally.The playoffs haven't even started yet, but already there is no shortage of storylines surrounding Maple...
Mulcair Pursues Documents in Allegations of Top Court Misconduct
Mulcair pursues patriation allegations--OTTAWA - Tom Mulcair is pressuring the federal government to disclose documents pertaining to alleged misconduct by two justices during Supreme Court deliberations on the patriation of Canada's Constitution.The...
National Hockey League Playoff Glance
National Hockey League playoff glance--NHL Stanley Cup PlayoffsAll Times EasternFIRST ROUNDConference Quarter-finals(Best-of-7)EASTERN CONFERENCEPittsburgh (1) vs. N.Y. Islanders (8)Wednesday's gameN.Y. Islanders at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m.Friday's gameN.Y....
NBA Vet Jason Collins Wins Praise for Coming out from Canadian Athletes
Collins gets props from Canada for coming out--NBA veteran Jason Collins received support from Canada Monday as he became the first active male player in the four major North American professional sports to come out as gay."Happy for my former teammate...
New BlackBerrys Have Fewer Serious Competitors, but Still Face Many Challenges
BlackBerry in less competitive phone world--TORONTO - Several months ago the smartphone industry was preparing for an all-out brawl over technology and innovation, but a knockout device hasn't hit the market yet and some say that could give BlackBerry...
Ontario Liberals Promise to Spend $295M to Fight Youth Unemployment
Liberals to spend $295M on youth employment--TORONTO - Ontario's upcoming budget will include $295 million over two years to reduce youth unemployment -- something both opposition parties can get behind to keep the minority parliament working, Premier...
Penguins, Blackhawks the Heavy Favourites as NHL Playoffs Set to Begin
Pens, Hawks heavy favourites for NHL playoffs--EASTERN CONFERENCEPittsburgh Penguins (1) vs New York Islanders (8)Season series: Pittsburgh 4-1-0. Jan. 29, Islanders 4-1 at Pittsburgh; Feb. 5, Penguins 4-2 at New York; Mar. 10, Penguins 6-1 at Pittsburgh;...
Penguins Look to Be the Team to Beat in the Eastern Conference as NHL Playoffs Begin
Pens the class of the East as playoffs begin--The Pittsburgh Penguins are the team to beat in the NHL's Eastern Conference.The talent-stacked club, which finished first in the conference by nine points at 36-12-0, kept winning even though star centre...
Photo Advisory Addition
Photo advisory addition--The Canadian Press picture advisory addition for Monday, April 29, 2013. Daily coverage is provided by a combination of The Canadian Press staff and member papers. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time are staffed...
Plenty of Contenders Vying for Stanley Cup in NHL's Western Conference
No shortage of contenders in the West--VANCOUVER - At the start of this lockout-shortened NHL season, fans were told repeatedly to expect the unexpected.The same advice could hold true in the Western Conference playoffs. The Chicago Blackhawks earned...
Premiers from Atlantic Provinces Call on Ottawa to Suspend EI Changes
Atlantic premiers want EI changes suspended--HUNTS POINT, NOVA SCOTIA, - Atlantic Canada's premiers are asking Ottawa to suspend its changes to employment insurance, saying there should be further study of the federal program's new rules because they...
Prosecutor Calls for Law to Bar Canadians from Buying Human Organs Overseas
Canada needs organ trafficking law: prosecutor--Ottawa must pass legislation barring Canadians from buying human organs in foreign countries, a Canadian prosecutor who led a landmark case against several human organs traffickers in Kosovo said Monday.While...
Recovery from Limb Loss Can Be Long Road, but Life Does Go on, Amputees Say
Amputees to Boston victims: Life does go on--TORONTO - Two weeks after the Boston marathon bombings, the legions of police that swarmed the city have given back the streets and the news crews that dogged their every move have mostly melted away. Life...
Rhubarb Trifle 'Is to Die For,' Says Recipe Creator Trine Hahnemann
Rhubarb trifle delectable dessert for spring--Rhubarb is one of the first homegrown products available in Canada in spring. Here is a delectable recipe created by chef and food writer Trine Hahnemann to use with the versatile vegetable, which is often...
Scotiabank Commodity Index Up in March; Mid-April Skid Shows Markets Skittish
Scotiabank commodity index up in March--TORONTO - Scotiabank says its Commodity Price Index bounced back in March after edging down in February.The bank (TSX:BNS) says the index rose 1.6 per cent last month, giving it a slight gain overall in the first...
Serbia Chooses Clay Court in Belgrade for Davis Cup Semifinal against Canada
Canada faces tough test in Davis Cup semi--TORONTO - Canada's Davis Cup team would rather play in a packed stadium of 15,000 screaming fans than in front of no-one -- even if those fans are cheering for the other team.Canada faces Serbia in the World...
Snowplow Cop Killer to Be Sent to Mental Hospital but Can Enter the Community
Cop killer can enter the community--TORONTO - A man found not criminally responsible for killing a Toronto police officer with a snowplow will be detained in a psychiatric hospital, though he will be allowed out into the community under supervision.The...
Suncor Hikes Dividend 54 per Cent, Announces Plan to Buy Back Shares
Suncor hikes dividend, buys back shares--CALGARY - Suncor Energy Inc. on Monday announced a 54-per-cent dividend hike, a $2-billion share buyback and better first-quarter operating earnings that were boosted by strong oilsands production and refining...
The Canadian Press News Agenda for April 29
The Canadian Press News Agenda for April 29--EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for April 29 as of 2:59 a.m. ET: x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All times...
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The Canadian Press News Agenda for April 30--EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for April 30 as of 9 p.m. ET: x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All times local...
Top 5 Game-Changing Moments on 'Big Brother Canada'
5 Game-Changers on 'Big Brother Canada'--TORONTO - "Big Brother Canada" crowns its first champion Thursday when the campy reality series wraps with a two-hour finale on Slice.As of Monday, four houseguests were in the running for the $100,000 prize:...
Top Atlantic News
Top Atlantic News--Here are the Top Atlantic News stories from The Canadian Press as of 4 p.m. AT. All times are local unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops. This advisory...
Top News Advisory at 5:30 P.M. Monday, April 29, 2013
Top News Advisory--Monday, April 29, 20135:30 p.m.Here are the latest Top News stories from The Canadian Press. All times are Eastern unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops....
Tories Move Non-Confidence Motion in Minority Liberals over Cancelled Gas Plants
PCs move non-confidence motion on gas plants--TORONTO - Ontario's Liberals "bought the last election," the Progressive Conservatives charged Monday as they introduced a non-confidence motion in the minority government over cancelled gas plants, knowing...
Tories Reverse Course on Foreign Worker Program after Public Outcry
Tories reverse foreign worker program changes--OTTAWA - After weeks of public outcry over the scarcity of Canadian jobs, the Conservative government delivered a pink slip Monday to a series of controversial changes it made last year to the temporary...
Toronto Zoo Staff Ratify Contract Deal Ahead of Giant Panda Opening
Toronto Zoo staff ratify tentative deal--TORONTO - Staff at the Toronto Zoo have ratified a new four-year collective agreement that avoided a strike or lockout ahead of a giant panda exhibit next month.CUPE Local 1600 says the agreement contains modest...
TV Providers to CRTC: Reject Bids for Guaranteed Spots on Basic Cable, Satellite
Providers oppose bids for mandatory carriage--OTTAWA - Some of the country's largest cable and satellite TV providers urged the federal telecommunications regulator on Monday to reject a number of channels that are vying for guaranteed spots on the dial.Shaw...
U.S. Senators Feeling Sting for Voting against Gun Control Measures
Senators stung by voting against gun control--WASHINGTON - While gun control advocates were crestfallen two weeks ago when U.S. President Barack Obama's package of modest gun control proposals failed to pass the Democratic-controlled Senate, there are...
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