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Almost two years after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., Americans’ support for gun rights is rising.

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Give your money a makeover. The new year is the perfect time to hit “refresh” on your finances. Whether you need to update your insurance, revamp your budget or scale back some shopping habits, …

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren may be saying no to 2016, but that is not stopping her supporters and it’s revealing a possible family feud in progressive politics.Members of the liberal group MoveOn have voted to draft the Massachusetts senator with 81.3 percent of those who voted casting the ballot in support of a draft effort. …

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Former Vice President Dick Cheney says a declassified Senate report on the controversial post-9/11 CIA interrogation program is “full of crap.”“I think it is a terrible report, deeply flawed,” Cheney said on Fox News, his first televised interview since the report’s release. “It’s a classic example of where politicians get together and throw professionals under the bus.”Cheney said he had not read the entire 6,000-page classified document, drafted by Democrats and their staffs on the Senate Intelligence Committee, or the 500-page declassified and redacted executive summary. …

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Jorge “Jinho” Ferreira feels the tension between being black and carrying a badge every day as a sheriff’s deputy in Alameda County, California.

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By Guy Faulconbridge LONDON (Reuters) – The inventor of the World Wide Web said on Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin was incorrect when he alleged the Internet was a project created by U.S. spies in the Central Intelligence Agency. Putin, a former KGB spy who does not use email, has said he will not restrict Internet access for Russians, but in April he stoked concerns that the Kremlin might seek to crackdown by saying the Internet was born out of a “CIA project”. …

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An American nurse possibly infected with the Ebola virus in West Africa was flown to the National Institutes of Health on Thursday. The rescue was one of two air ambulance missions flown this week by Georgia-based Phoenix Air.