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Average Americans don't need assault weaponsupdated: Sun Jul 29 2012 22:35:00

To all of you gun lovers, feel free to go buy your Glock, shotgun, hunting rifle, .22 pistol, .357 Magnum or any of the other guns at your disposal.

Analysis: Why gun controls are off the agenda in Americaupdated: Mon Jul 23 2012 17:06:00

What is it about Americans and guns?

Prosecutors seeking decade in prison for Whitey Bulger's girlfriendupdated: Tue Jun 12 2012 09:19:00

Calling it "the most extreme case" of harboring a fugitive, prosecutors want the girlfriend of reputed mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger to spend the next decade in prison. Catherine Greig is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District court in Boston.

Oklahoma mom calling 911 asks if shooting an intruder is allowedupdated: Wed Jan 04 2012 22:19:00

Home alone with her 3-month-old son, Sarah Dawn McKinley of Blanchard, Oklahoma, said she decided to make a stand when two men tried to break into her home on New Year's Eve.

Largest polar bear gathering in worldupdated: Fri Nov 04 2011 14:49:00

Tucked away in Manitoba, for several weeks each autumn, is the largest wild polar bear concentration in the world.

Fierce fighting in Libya's western mountainsupdated: Fri May 20 2011 23:22:00

Forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi have unleashed their biggest attack yet against a rebel stronghold in the mountains of western Libya, one of the Libyan leader's former generals said Friday.

Georgia mother found alive, well after disappearing for 6 daysupdated: Thu Apr 14 2011 15:24:00

Not divulging why she left, a Georgia sheriff said Thursday that a mother of five who disappeared last week is safe, healthy and not about to face criminal charges.

Missing woman's husband speaks outupdated: Thu Apr 14 2011 15:24:00

The husband of a missing mom of five tells Nancy Grace he'll do whatever it takes to find her.

Gunman killed in shootout had weapons arsenal, police sayupdated: Fri Mar 04 2011 09:32:00

Investigators are trying to determine what set off a Long Island man who was killed in a standoff with police after he crashed his pickup truck into a utility pole and then fired on responding paramedics.

SI.com: The Bonus: Terry Harrington spent 25 years in prison for a murder he didn't commitupdated: Wed Feb 09 2011 15:26:00

The full moon rose steadily like movie credits and then hovered on the other side of the Missouri River, backlighting downtown Omaha. It was Homecoming Night at Central High. The Eagles hosted Millard South at their new football stadium, built largely from donations from the city's first family, the Buffetts. Over the din of cheering parents, the strains of the pep band and the refs' whistles, a distinct voice, deep and firm, pierced the autumn air. C'mon Jemal, remember your stance!

SI.com: Albert Chen: Five outs from elimination, Rays come to lifeupdated: Sat Oct 09 2010 23:11:00

ARLINGTON, Texas -- They came early. Earlier than they'd ever come for a baseball game. On a hot Saturday afternoon, they lined up behind the tall steel gates an hour before they would open. They squeezed into the ballpark wearing the blue and red T-shirts and holding white towels and brooms with deer antlers tied to them. The Rangers faithful came for a baseball game, yes, but they also came for a party.

10 bizarre places for cremation ashesupdated: Mon Aug 02 2010 12:39:00

Want to be cremated, but worry that your ashes will just end up sitting in some boring urn?

People.com: Megan Fox Was Shooting 'Enormous' Guns by Age 5updated: Tue Jun 15 2010 20:49:00

Megan Fox says she was well prepared for her weapon-packing role in Jonah Hex

City slickers take up guns for 'Hunting Club 2.0'updated: Tue Dec 29 2009 10:25:00

It was at a barbeque in San Francisco's Mission District that Nick Zigelbaum asked Nick Chaset the question that led to a lot of shooting.

Wolf hunting now legal but still controversialupdated: Thu Sep 03 2009 15:55:00

For the first time in decades, the hunting of the gray wolf is legal again in the United States. And that's a good thing for ranchers like Cindy Siddoway of Terreton, Idaho, whose sheep are threatened every day by wolves.

Strip clubs, marijuana eyed during budget crunchupdated: Tue Jul 28 2009 16:06:00

With their budgets teetering on bankruptcy, states are digging deep to find creative ways to ease their financial woes.

Suspected serial killer leads police to bodies, won't be chargedupdated: Thu Jul 02 2009 18:51:00

Serving time for lesser crimes, Scott Kimball is leading investigators to bodies.

Ammo hard to find as gun owners stock upupdated: Mon May 04 2009 12:57:00

Gun shops across the country are reporting a run on ammunition, a phenomenon apparently driven by fear that the Obama administration will increase taxes on bullets or enact new gun-control measures.

Should hunters switch to 'green' bullets?updated: Thu Mar 05 2009 15:24:00

Three years ago, Phillip Loughlin made a choice he knew would brand him as an outsider with many of his fellow hunters:

Iraqi reaction to indictmentupdated: Mon Dec 08 2008 23:07:00

CNN's Michael Ware speaks to survivors and victims of the Nisoor Square Blackwater shooting.

Ex-Blackwater guards charged with manslaughterupdated: Mon Dec 08 2008 23:07:00

Five former Blackwater Worldwide security guards indicted on voluntary manslaughter and other charges in connection with killings in Iraq were released on their own recognizance Monday after a court hearing.

Finnish police identify massacre victimsupdated: Wed Sep 24 2008 14:16:00

Police in Finland have identified the 10 victims in Tuesday's college shooting as eight female students, a male student and a male teacher.

Olympic shooters hug as their countries do battleupdated: Sun Aug 10 2008 14:48:00

Sharpshooters from Russia and Georgia embraced Sunday after earning medals for their countries, which have been teetering on the brink of war since the Beijing Summer Olympics kicked off last week.

Fortune: The Beretta family's sporting lifeupdated: Wed Jan 30 2008 15:37:00

On a crisp November morning Pietro Gussalli Beretta watches as a white spaniel points at a tangle of underbrush. The setting is a cornfield on a northern Italian estate near the banks of the Po.

Kids thrown from bridgeupdated: Sat Jan 12 2008 18:06:00

Alabama authorities search under a bridge where a father says he threw his infant and three toddlers. WKRG reports.

Huckabee takes aim in Iowaupdated: Wed Dec 26 2007 17:35:00

CNN's Dana Bash joins Mike Huckabee, the press, and his entourage on a brief hunting excursion in Osceola, Iowa.

Time.com: Did Prince Harry Hunt Rare Birds?updated: Wed Oct 31 2007 15:55:00

He's third in line to the British throne but once again the young royal is making headlines for the wrong reasons

Review: Weekend's lead player: Violenceupdated: Fri Sep 14 2007 11:22:00

What world are we living in? That's the question that kept coming up again and again over the course of the Toronto International Film Festival, which wraps this weekend.

Review: Weekend's lead player -- violenceupdated: Fri Sep 14 2007 09:17:00

What world are we living in? That's the question that kept coming up again and again over the course of the Toronto International Film Festival, which wraps this weekend.

Deer hunting may put men's hearts at riskupdated: Mon Aug 20 2007 03:45:00

Deer hunting could be a dangerous endeavor for men with heart disease or risk factors for it, research findings suggest.

SI.com: Chris Ekstrand: Sizing up the draft's guardsupdated: Sun Jun 24 2007 21:20:00

The strength of the 2007 NBA Draft doesn't lie in its guards, although that doesn't mean that some of the backcourt stars expected to be chosen in the first round Thursday night won't be fine NBA players in time.

China's Mu sets new world recordupdated: Wed Dec 06 2006 06:26:00

Mu Shuangshuang set a new world record in the snatch for the women's 75kg and plus superheavyweight category as China continued their domination of the weightlifting at the Asian Games on Wednesday.

FSB: A stock with firepower: Smith & Wessonupdated: Fri Jun 02 2006 09:04:00

Looking for a small-cap stock that could "make your day"? Smith & Wesson, the 154-year-old gun maker, could add firepower to your portfolio.

Turkish rifle range blast: 14 hurtupdated: Thu Jun 01 2006 06:24:00

An explosion at a rifle range in Istanbul left 14 people injured on Thursday, according to local media reports.

Rabbit season! Golf season! Rabbit season!updated: Wed Apr 12 2006 07:48:00

The Volkswagen Golf is going back to its Rabbit roots.

Full transcript of Cheney interviewupdated: Wed Feb 15 2006 18:40:00

The following is a transcript released by Vice President Dick Cheney's office of his interview by Fox News' Brit Hume conducted Wednesday. It was Cheney's first public comment since accidentally shooting and wounding a friend during a hunting trip on Sunday.

The ecstasy and agony of the Olympicsupdated: Wed Feb 15 2006 03:48:00

Two results within hours of each other at the Torino Games exemplify the dizzying highs and crushing lows of Olympic competition, where one chance at glory comes every four years and can vanish in a heartbeat.

Church blazes 'No. 1 priority' for federal agencyupdated: Wed Feb 08 2006 09:15:00

The spate of church fires in rural Alabama is motivated by hate, a state official said Wednesday, but it's not clear whether arsonists are choosing their targets on the basis of race or religion.

Fortune: Big game huntingupdated: Mon Oct 31 2005 00:01:00

Take-Two Interactive Software sucked most of the air out of last year's holiday videogame buying season, selling more than five million copies of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. But there's no full-...

Games organizers face own raceupdated: Tue Sep 27 2005 00:55:00

Organizers of the Fourth East Asian Games face a race against time to get all facilities and stadiums ready, although they remain confident everything will run smoothly before the flame is lit on October 29.

Suspect in hunter killings says he was shot at firstupdated: Tue Nov 23 2004 20:45:00

The suspect in the shooting deaths of six deer hunters in northwest Wisconsin told investigators he fired at the hunters after they made racial slurs and shot at him, according to an affidavit released Tuesday.

Sixth hunter shot in deer stand dispute diesupdated: Tue Nov 23 2004 02:21:00

The weekend shootings of a group of deer hunters in northwestern Wisconsin claimed a sixth life Monday, hospital officials and the man's family said.

FSB: Barrels of Funupdated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

I'm breaking clay targets with my over/under shotgun, but instructor Gil Ash doesn't like the way I'm shooting them. Ash says my follow-through is excessive and unnecessary, a bad habit I've taught...

Bush policies prompt some sportsmen to consider Kerryupdated: Mon Oct 18 2004 08:40:00

Bob Elderkin's vote would appear to be a sure bet for President Bush on November 2. He is a hunter, part of a conservative-leaning group of outdoorsmen that is 38 million strong and avidly supports gun rights.

Getting the swing with 'Spider-Man 2'updated: Wed Jul 07 2004 11:40:00

Big Video Game Hunting contacted Bill Dugan to discuss the creation of the "Spider-Man 2" video game.

Van Helsing battles other infamous monsters in gaming worldupdated: Wed Jun 02 2004 10:29:00

"Van Helsing" isn't just a hot new movie, it's also a video game based on the same super-hero storyline. It's got an imaginative arsenal, a famous cast, and challenging play.

Mass seal hunt sparks outrageupdated: Mon Apr 12 2004 07:47:00

Canada is once again at the center of an environmental row as it begins the largest seal hunt in more than half a century.

Fortune: Craig Barrett Inside Can this nature-loving onetime professor lead Intel out of the woods? One thing's for sure: updated: Mon Dec 18 2000 00:01:00

There are executives who set lofty goals for themselves: turn their company into an industry beater, develop a world-changing technology, maybe even have a business dictum named after them. Then th...

Fortune: Under The Gun The more pressure there is to regulate firearms, the stronger the National Rifle Association becomes. But like theupdated: Mon Dec 06 1999 00:01:00

If ever there was a time when the gun lobby should be vanquished, it is now. This year alone, there have been Columbine (15 dead, 23 wounded), the Wedgwood Baptist Church in Fort Worth (eight dead,...

Fortune: COMPANIES TO WATCHupdated: Mon Mar 03 1997 00:01:00

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Fortune: GUNS LEGISLATION FIRES UP THE ARMS MARKETupdated: Mon Jan 16 1995 00:01:00

Here's the fastest way to trigger an explosion of firearms sales: gun control legislation. Americans fearing pistol purchasing impediments in last September's crime bill catapulted gun sales beyond...

Fortune: A BANG FOR YOUR BUCK IN BOULDERupdated: Mon Jul 25 1994 00:01:00

Toasters, hell! Red-blooded bank depositors who can't abide sissy premiums can get a shotgun or a rifle when they buy CDs from Colorado's Bank of Boulder. Boulder's program picks up steam in late J...

Fortune: A BANG THAT'S WORTH TEN BILLION BUCKS Hunting? There's no sport more incorrect, politically. Yet 17 million typical Americans stupdated: Mon Mar 09 1992 00:01:00

TO EVERYTHING, there is a season. And for things that hop, quack, bare their teeth, or gambol through woods, the season for being hunted is over. Oh, you can still shoot something, if you must. Ask...

Fortune: INSIDE THE U.S. GUN BUSINESS For some 70 million Americans, happiness is a warm gun. Here is what's hot, how they're bought, andupdated: Mon Jun 03 1991 00:01:00

ALL GUNS are born innocent. There's no such thing as a gun designed for criminal use. Everything that goes bang -- pistols, revolvers, rifles, and shotguns -- begins life as a response to the legit...

Fortune: 500,000 PAGES ON ONE ERASABLE DISK Optical platters do wonders for computer memory, and now you can update them as easily as a fupdated: Mon Jan 02 1989 00:01:00

IMAGINE A NEW FORM of information storage that would hold encyclopedic amounts of data but could slip into a personal computer or workstation as easily as a floppy disk does -- and could be erased ...

Fortune: WALL STREETERS' BIG BANGupdated: Mon Dec 05 1988 00:01:00

On any given morning, Wall Street executives pick up shotguns instead of briefcases and head for the wilds of Dutchess County, New York, to shoot clay targets that simulate the different flight pat...

Fortune: SCHOOLS FOR WING-SHOOTERS New classes, many teaching an English technique, can help even experienced bird stalkers hit their tarupdated: Mon Dec 22 1986 00:01:00

Ever since their father took them on elephant safaris in Kenya as children, the Havens brothers have been shooting. Timothy M. Havens, 41, president of Newbold's Asset Management in Philadelphia, h...

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