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Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York By Andrew Chung and Lawrence Hurley The U.S. Supreme Court returns to the divisive issue of gun rights on Wednesday with arguments in a challenge to New York state’s limits on carrying concealed handguns in public – a case that could imperil certain firearms restrictions nationally. The justices are set to hear an
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By Kanishka Singh (Reuters) – Gun control advocacy group Giffords sued the National Rifle Association on Tuesday for allegedly violating campaign finance laws since 2014. The powerful gun lobby made as much as $35 million in “unlawful” and “unreported in-kind campaign contributions” to seven federal candidates, including candidates for U.S. Senate in 2014, 2016, and
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Daily Point Is it the year of the woman in Nassau? Hidden in the natural partisanship of elections, is the chance that Nassau County might come out of this election with women, from both parties, winning all county wide offices. This would happen if the victors were Democrat Laura Curran as county executive and Republicans
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With Daniel Lippman GIFFORDS, WATCHDOG ALLOWED TO SUE NRA OVER CAMPAIGN FINANCE ALLEGATIONS: Giffords, the gun control advocacy group founded by former Rep. Gabby Giffords, sued the National Rifle Association today in a rare third-party campaign finance case, accusing the gun rights group of funneling as much as $35 million in illegal campaign contributions to
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Glenn Youngkin’s campaign events were large and rollicking, with many of the trappings of a MAGA rally but, to the great disappointment of Democrats, not Donald Trump himself. | Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images TERRY MCAULIFFE wanted GLENN YOUNGKIN and DONALD TRUMP to campaign together so badly that when it didn’t happen, McAuliffe simply invented a Youngkin-Trump
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentuckians in a handful of its 120 counties will head to the polls Tuesday to elect three new members of the General Assembly. The three special elections were created by the retirement of one legislator and the deaths of two others. What You Need To Know Three vacant legislative seats will be
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Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s supporters are getting increasingly desperate. A group backing McAuliffe is posing as conservatives and running ads attacking Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin from the right. Named Accountability Virginia PAC, the outfit was described by news outlet Axios as a Democratic strategist-led effort to “drive a wedge between the Republican candidate for Virginia
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Eugene Jankowski has served two terms as councilman-at-large and president of Batavia City Council. A firm believer in fiscal responsibility, Jankowski wants to serve as a guardian of the taxpayer’s money to ensure the city gets the best bang for its buck. A former officer and K-9 officer with Batavia City Police Department, Jankowski earned
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According to a report from Business Insider, the Rod of Iron ministry that worships the AR-15 and is decidedly pro-Donald Trump, is increasingly aligning itself with far-right figures as evidenced by a recent “Freedom Festival” that it sponsored in Greeley, Pennsylvania. As reported by Business Insider’s Alia Shoiab, 42-year-old Pastor Sean Moon who heads the
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On Wednesday, the Russian ransomware group Grief posted a sample of data that it claimed was stolen from the National Rifle Association. Dealing with ransomware is a pain under any circumstances. But Grief presents even more complications, because the group is connected to the notorious Evil Corp gang, which has been subject to US Treasury
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New York Attorney General Letitia James announced Friday she is running for governor, setting up a primary battle with Gov. Kathy Hochul, who took over the governorship following the resignation of Andrew Cuomo over the summer. In a video released Friday, James highlighted her office’s lawsuits against former President Donald Trump, the National Rifle Association
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Hon. Rodneyse Bichotte, head of Brooklyn Democratic County Committee, with NY State Attorney General Letitia James. Photo by Mario Belluomo. New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced her historic candidacy for governor of the state of New York. The announcement, made in a video and on her website, highlighted the vast work that Attorney General James has done
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Your NRA-ILA has learned that on Monday, November 1, at 1:30pm anti-gun state leaders serving on an interim committee called the Legislative Council plan to meet and go into executive session to discuss and act on a proposal to direct Council staff to prohibit all firearms — including those possessed by concealed handgun license holders — in the
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The infamous Russian hacker organization known as Grief claims to have hacked the US National Rifle Association (NRA), posting a series of files on its website Wednesday, NBC News reported. The gang, which has been known to commit ransomware attacks, threatened to publish additional files unless it is paid a certain sum of money, NBC
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According to local news reports and gun bloggers, a federal prosecutor in Western Pennsylvania is hoping to team up with county sheriffs to revoke the concealed carry licenses of travelers who accidentally bring guns to airport security checkpoints. The reports also state that Allegheny County Sheriff William Mullen, whose jurisdiction covers Pittsburgh and its international
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Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s supporters are getting increasingly desperate. A group backing McAuliffe is posing as conservatives and running ads attacking Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin from the right. Named Accountability Virginia PAC, the outfit was described by news outlet Axios as a Democratic strategist-led effort to “drive a wedge between the Republican
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