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Donor threatens to withold GOP campaign contributions, unless the party takes a stand against guns

A prominent GOP campaign donor has issued an ultimatum to Republican leaders: Introduce gun control legislation, or lose his support, the New York Times reported on Saturday. Al Hoffman Jr., a leading donor to former President George W. Bush and Congressional Republicans, has vowed to halt all donations to the party unless leaders pass legislation…

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Florida survivors demand gun control

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionStudent to lawmakers: "Shame on you."Young survivors of Wednesday's school shooting in Florida have taken part in an emotionally charged rally demanding tighter gun controls. Protesters in Fort Lauderdale chanted "shame on you", referring to US lawmakers and President Donald Trump. He said last year he would…

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2018 Winter Olympics: How is Team USA doing?

USA TODAY Sports PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — After disappointment in the women's super-G and men's figure skating, Team USA got back on the medal board with a silver in 1000m speedskating from John-Henry Kreuger. Krueger's finish was unexpected, as the 22-year-old won the United States its first speedskating medal of these Games. Expectations were through the roof…

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