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A pro-gun student at ECPI University in Virginia Beach is outraged after he says school officials denied a request to create a Second Amendment Club on campus. (Wikipedia)

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Yet another timely and decisive government response. (Illustration by Paul Combs of the Tribune Media Services)

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Anne, a child with Down syndrome, draws during a meeting in Paris on April 11, 2001, of the Collective Against Handiphobia, a French advocacy and support group for parents of children born with birth defects. AP PHOTO ERIC FEFERBERG

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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said he thinks it is proper to settle questions early on in class-action suits. “The reason is the enormous pressure to settle once the class is certified,” Justice Scalia said. (Associated Press)

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Devin Stark, 19, right, shares a moment with his great-grandfather George Hulka ,100, at the Wesley Community Center on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Hulka never graduated from high school because he left for World War II. He will graduate from Schuylerville High School on Saturday, June 28, 2014 with his great-grandson, Devin Stark, who is a member of Schuylerville's Class of 2014, two months after turning 100 years old. (AP Photo/Albany Times Union, Lori Van Buren)

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A Seattle-area school district is banning birthday cakes and all edible treats from classroom parties next in an effort to promote healthy eating and food safety. (Wikimedia Commons)

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A Seattle-area school district is banning birthday cakes and all edible treats from classroom parties next in an effort to promote healthy eating and food safety. (Wikimedia Commons)

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President Lyndon Johnson first spoke of "The Great Society" while giving the University of Michigan Commencement in 1964. University of Michigan photo

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President Lyndon Johnson first spoke of "The Great Society" while giving the University of Michigan Commencement in 1964. University of Michigan photo

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Area resident John Zubrot of Ebony, Virginia, asks a question during a presentation by federal officials involved in the placement of immigrant children at the abandoned Saint Paul's College in Lawrenceville. (associated press)

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A dormitory at Saint Paul's College is photographed in Lawrenceville, Va., Thursday, June 19, 2014. Federal officials held a town meeting to give local residents details on a proposed plan to house immigrant children at the closed school. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

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Area resident John Zubrot of Ebony, Virginia, asks a question during a presentation by federal officials involved in the placement of immigrant children at the abandoned Saint Paul's College in Lawrenceville. (associated press)

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In this photo taken Wednesday, June 18, 2014, a group of high school girls work at completing an exercise during a Girls Who Code class at Adobe Systems in San Jose, Calif. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

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In the wings: Matt Schlapp, who has broad experience and connections in politics, is expected to be chairman of the American Conservative Union. (Gage Skidmore)

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In the wings: Matt Schlapp, who has broad experience and connections in politics, is expected to be chairman of the American Conservative Union. (Gage Skidmore)

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Secretary of State John F. Kerry, who publicly believes in global warming, referenced the scientific consensus in a recent speech at Boston College.

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** FILE ** Sohel Islar (left) and Malak Khan work behind the counter at a Domino's Pizza store in Arlington in 2008. (The Washington Times)

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Richard Burton works with his second-grade class on telling the difference between imagined and real stories at George Buck Elementary School in Indianapolis. Indiana was one of the first states to adopt the Common Core education standards and also the first to abandon the benchmarks. (AP Photo/AJ Mast)

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Jamie Roberts, an assistant basketball coach at Catholic University and former St. Mary's College multi-sport athlete, was killed June 13, 2014 in Kentucky while bicycling across the country in a fundraiser supporting cancer research. (via 4K for Cancer website)

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Jamie Roberts, an assistant basketball coach at Catholic University and former St. Mary's College multi-sport athlete, was killed June 13, 2014 in Kentucky while bicycling across the country in a fundraiser supporting cancer research. (via 4K for Cancer website)