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Children return to school in Newtown, CT
Children return to school in Newtown, CT (John Moore/Getty Images)
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Attorney Seeks Permission to Sue in Newtown Shooting

A New Haven, Connecticut attorney is asking permission to sue the state for $100 million on behalf of a student who survived the mass shooting at a Newtown school.

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Read One Mom’s Heartbreaking Story – “I Am Adam Lanza’s Mother”

Writer and mother Liza Long writes about the struggles of raising a mentally ill child in light of the shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut.

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Michelle Lombardi  (Photo by Ilya Hemlin)
Michelle Lombardi (Photo by Ilya Hemlin)
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Barnegat Teen Writes A Song For Newtown Families [VIDEO/AUDIO]

A Southern Ocean County teen is hoping to bring comfort to the families who lost loved ones in the Connecticut school shootings with a song.

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Scott Olson, Getty Images
Scott Olson, Getty Images
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NJ Lawmaker Wants Limit On Gun Magazines [POLL/AUDIO]

Assemblyman Joseph Cryan vows to introduce a bill to limit the capacity of certain gun magazines in New Jersey.

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A Christmas tree ornament reads "America is Thinking about you!" at a memorial for those killed in the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School
A Christmas tree ornament reads "America is Thinking about you!" at a memorial for those killed in the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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Many Share Newtown’s Mourning During Holidays [VIDEO]

As residents prepared to observe Christmas less than two weeks after a gunman killed 20 children and six educators at an elementary school, people sharing in the town's mourning brought offerings of cards, handmade snowflakes and sympathy.

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NRA President Wayne LaPierre on NBC's Meet The Press
NRA President Wayne LaPierre on NBC's Meet The Press (NBC)
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NRA: Public Wants Armed Guards In Every School

The National Rifle Association on Sunday forcefully stuck to its call for placing armed police officers and security guards in every school as the best way to avoid shootings such as the recent massacre at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn.

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Union workers from Iron Workers Local 40 raise a beam with a banner attached supporting victims of the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting during the Whitney Museum
Union workers from Iron Workers Local 40 raise a beam with a banner attached supporting victims of the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting during the Whitney Museum ( Andy Kropa/Getty Images)
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Gifts Pour Into Grieving Newtown [VIDEO]

People around the world are grieving with residents of Newtown, and many are expressing their support by sending toys, money and other gifts to the town.

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A mourner places a carved wooden cross at a streetside memorial in Newtown, Connecticut.
A mourner places a carved wooden cross at a streetside memorial in Newtown, Connecticut. (John Moore/Getty Images)
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New Details Emerge As Final Victims Laid To Rest In Newtown, CT [VIDEO]

The funerals for the victims of a Connecticut elementary school shooting are wrapping up after a wrenching week of farewells in Newtown, Conn.

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Marlboro Middle School
Marlboro Middle School (GreatRealtyUSA.com)
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Marlboro Police To Guard Elementary Schools

Starting January 2nd, an armed police officer will stand guard at each of Marlboro's five elementary schools, the learning center, and the two middle schools.

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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
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NY Mayor says NRA’s Press Conference ‘Shameful’

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the National Rifle Association's call for armed guards in schools represents a paranoid vision of America.

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