The housing rebound is putting more of these residences on the market, which is making test kits a growth industry.
Magpul produces high-capacity ammunition magazines, and it says the state's planned 15-round limit will force it to relocate.
A girl's prank order for 6,000 boxes of cookies taken by troops in Oregon prompts a community bailout.
Extortionists threaten to add a nasty new ingredient to the energy drink unless the company pays up.
Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll resigns amid a scandal involving the Allied Veterans of the World, which is accused of funneling money to politicians.
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Firearms retailers report that they often turn away shady customers, even as they're losing ground to less scrupulous online competitors.
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