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Md. shooting suspect got handguns despite protective order

Md. shooting suspect had protective orderThe suspect in a Maryland shooting spree somehow obtained two handguns used in the attacks, police said, even after a judge issued a protective order against him for alleged domestic abuse.

The two-day rampage left three people dead, including the suspect's estranged wife. Police charged Eulalio Tordil, 62, on Friday with three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder and four counts of use of a handgun in the commission of a felony in the shootings.

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Alabama Supreme Court chief justice suspended for efforts to block gay marriage

Roy MooreAlabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore was suspended and charged with ethics violations for trying to undermine a federal law legalizing gay marriage.

Moore, for the second time in his career, will face the charges before the Alabama Court of the Judiciary and the possibility of permanent removal from office. A state judicial oversight commission filed the complaint Friday, claiming abuse of power, VOA reported.

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Officer Captured After Shooting Spree Leaves 3 Dead In Maryland

Officer captured after shooting spreeA federal officer is in custody after allegedly shooting three people dead and injuring three others within 24 hours in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, in three separate locations.

Eulalio Tordil, 62, allegedly shot and killed his estranged wife on Thursday evening outside High Point High School in Beltsville, Maryland, and wounded another person, according to police.

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Judge orders gunmaker in Newtown school shooting case to begin turning over evidence

Newtown gun manufacturer has to turn over evidenceA Connecticut judge has shot down the latest attempt by the maker of the Bushmaster AR-15 assault rifle to stall the lawsuit filed by the families of the 26 Newtown shooting victims.

Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis ordered Remington Arms Co. to begin turning over internal documents and other evidence — denying the gunmaker’s request to delay the process.

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Obama commutes sentences of 58 prisoners

Obama commutes sentencesPresident Obama commuted the sentences of 58 federal prisoners convicted of drug crimes, the White House announced Thursday.

Eighteen of the inmates were serving life sentences, mostly on crack- or cocaine-related charges. Most will be released on Sept. 2, but some will be freed early next year.

Obama shared the story of Phillip Emmert, who became a heating and air conditioning professional after his sentence was commuted by President George W. Bush.

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U.S. regulators ban e-cigarette, cigar sales to minors

Feds ban e-cigs for minorsThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday banned sales of e-cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco and hookah tobacco to people under age 18, in line with cigarette rules, a move aimed at preventing a new generation from becoming addicted to nicotine.

The agency said it also will require companies to submit these products to it for regulatory review, provide it with a list of product ingredients and place health warnings on their product packages and in advertisements.

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U.S. government: North Carolina LGBT law violates civil rights

McCroryA conservative group representing more than 50 Illinois parents challenged the Obama administration’s aggressive stance on letting transgender students use the bathrooms of their choice Wednesday — the same day the Justice Department warned North Carolina that a law requiring transgender people to use bathrooms that align with their gender at birth violates the Civil Rights Act.

The pair of developments seemed poised to increase the political pressure surrounding the administration's interpretation of Title IX of the Civil Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination in education based on sex, and signals that a drawn-out legal battle — possibly going as far as the Supreme Court — could be in store. Access to bathrooms and locker rooms for transgender students has been debated hotly in the race for the White House, with Donald Trump arguing that such individuals should be free to use whichever bathroom they prefer.

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