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3D gun plans website suspends downloads after court ruling

3D gun plans website suspends downloads after court ruling

That prospect has startled gun control advocates, who say it could worsen the epidemic of gun violence in the US and make it easier for terrorists to gain access to a raft of deadly firearms. The Veterans Advisory Council for Everytown for Gun Safety described the printable, hard-to-trace guns as a threat to national security and public safety.


Missouri AG opens criminal investigation in deadly duck boat accident

Missouri AG opens criminal investigation in deadly duck boat accident

The Branson, Mo. company in charge of the Duck Tour boat tourcapsized and killed 17 men, women and children is being sued for $100 million, reports KTLA5. In 2010, a duck boat stalled in a shipping channel and was struck by a tugboat towing a barge. The suit names Ride the Ducks International, Ripley Entertainment and the boat's two operators, and seeks $125,000 in damages.


Led infrastructure aid to counter China in Indo-Pacific

Led infrastructure aid to counter China in Indo-Pacific

In a policy speech delivered amid increased U.S. trade frictions with China and other Asian countries, Pompeo sought to define the economic aspect of President Donald Trump's "Indo-Pacific" strategy, which aims to cast the United States as a trustworthy partner in the region.


Facebook May Have Caught Russians Ahead of Midterms

Facebook May Have Caught Russians Ahead of Midterms

In a blog post from the head of Facebook's cybersecurity policy, the company says that those accounts were "involved in coordinated inauthentic behavior" but that their investigation had not yielded definitive information about who was behind the effort.


Zimbabwe election rigged? MDC claims vote results were 'manipulated'

Zimbabwe election rigged? MDC claims vote results were 'manipulated'

Mnangagwa's government, meanwhile, accused Chamisa and his supporters of inciting "violence" by already declaring he had won the election, the first after former leader Robert Mugabe stepped down in November. Now, almost 48 hours after polls closed, voters still await an official answer about who won the country's presidential election - and suspicion of electoral wrongdoing has gathered intensity in the capital city's streets.


North Korea is working on new missiles

North Korea is working on new missiles

A total of 17 United Nations member countries fought on behalf of South Korea during the war. Lewis's group also published images of a large industrial facility that some USA intelligence analysts believe to be the Kangson uranium enrichment plant.