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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Michael Walsh
There's a positive byproduct of the disgraces at a certain federal agency that has seized the imaginations of many in recent days.
Flood worries that prompted the U.S. government to blast open a Missouri levee to ease pressure on some towns are rippling down the Mississippi River, leading to more evacuations and unease as the Army Corps of Engineers weighs whether to purposely inundate more land with water.
A few momentary blasts, flashes of orange light, and the Mississippi River began pouring through a wide hole in a Missouri levee, intentionally blown open by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the hope of saving a small Illinois town.
Researchers have a new tactic to save endangered whales tangled in fishing line: Get them to calm down with sedatives shot from a dart gun so they can pull closer and cut the potentially fatal gear away.
Sutton's lawyer, Michael Walsh, argued in a Dec. 18 court filing that Freeh doesn't have any evidence that his client broke any laws or had a conflict of interest during his work on the settlement.
IRS ultimately assumed powers that would be "unconstitutional in any other sphere," Mr. Walsh says.