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    The wide world of U.S. gun culture

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  • Universal background checks, gun licenses not required in 30 states

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  • Full Panel: ‘Somewhere in America, somebody is being shot’

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  • Like ‘a wooden roller coaster inside a carwash’: NOAA hurricane hunter describes flight into Ian

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  • Putin is ‘trying to scare the West’ with nuclear threats: Fmr. Amb. to Russia

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  • Remembering Bill Plante, longtime CBS News White House correspondent

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  • After Ian, Fort Myers Fire Chief is seeing a ‘heavy, heavy surge’ in damage

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  • Rescue volunteer: Ian has passed but ‘the storm is just beginning’

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  • Over 800 rescue teams working in Florida following Tropical Storm Ian's destruction

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  • America's 77 million gun owners are more diverse than you think

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  • Hurricane Ian leaves 'complete devastation' in Cuba

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  • ‘Response should be devastating’ if Russia uses nuclear weapons, Polish foreign minister says

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  • MTP Compressed: Putin escalates war in Ukraine as congressional divisions grow deeper on election reform

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  • Full Panel: For Biden, it’s election-season and ‘the gloves are off’

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  • Mace: ‘Hopeful’ for a wide bench of Republican presidential nominees in 2024

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  • Full Mace: ‘There’s a lot of pressure on Republicans’ to have an impeachment vote on President Biden

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  • Raskin: A former U.S. president 'is just a citizen'

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  • Jan. 6 select committee ‘aware of’ WH switchboard call on Jan. 6, Rep. Raskin says

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  • Iran protests are a ‘matter of fundamental dignity and rights’: NSA Sullivan

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  • Full Raskin: ‘The forces that supported [Jan. 6th] are still out there’

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#NerdScreen: The Slow Death of the Death Penalty

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Nebraska became the first red state in more than 40 years to abolish the death penalty this week. With the number of executions on the decline nationwide, could the death penalty find itself on death row?