Syria's stockpile of chemical weapons could be a greater threat after that nation's president leaves power and could end up targeting Americans at home, lawmakers warned Sunday as they considered a U.S. response that stops short of sending military forces there.
Cass and Clay counties experienced a big jump this year in the number of people asking for permits to carry concealed weapons, though increases in the metro region pale in comparison to how permits have skyrocketed in North Dakota’s Oil Patch.
By Dave Olson, Forum Communications
, December 20, 2012
This past year, the Forks Rifle Club just southwest of Grand Forks saw a 30 percent increase in membership, according to a club officer.
“It’s across the board,” said Tom Reiten, club secretary and treasurer. New members include longtime gun owners and those new to guns, he said.
The growing appetite for guns appears to be a trend statewide.
By Christopher Bjorke , Forum Communications Co.
, January 07, 2012
Three people have been charged after their involvement in a gun-pointing incident that happened Nov. 28 on Interstate 94, near Alexandria, Minn.
According to the State Patrol, a motorist reported seeing a person in a car pointing a gun at others on the freeway, and one of the people in the car was wearing a ski mask.
By Amy Chaffins , Forum Communications Co.
, December 09, 2011
While Congress trolls for more government programs to slash, here’s one easy to snag. It’s the $7.5 billion bomb plant that the National Nuclear Security Administration has recently decided to build in Oak Ridge, Tenn. The NNSA first concluded that such a project was not necessary. It was bigger than needed and not (in their words) “environmentally preferable.”
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