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Sunday April 10th, 2022 morning edition

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The owner of a Georgia run range was killed in a robbery that also claimed the lives of his wife and grandson, authorities said Saturday.

The Grantville Police Department said the robbery occurred Friday evening at Lock Stock & Barrel Shooting, according to a Facebook statement.

The Coweta County Coroner's Office identified the victims as Tommy Hawk, Evelyn Hawk and Luke Hawk.

Police said about 40 weapons and a video camera were taken from the gun range.

Due to the number of weapons taken, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was also called to assist.

The shooting range is in rural Coweta County, about 50 miles southeast of Atlanta.

Police are looking for witnesses and have not announced any arrests as of Saturday afternoon. »

Holocaust denial -- and downplaying the Nazis' murder of Jews -- to be outlawed in Canada

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OTTAWA -- Holocaust denial is to be outlawed in Canada, in a further effort to stamp out rising antisemitism.

The move to outlaw Holocaust denial comes as MPs and anti-hate groups warn about the rise of white-supremacism and antisemitism in Canada.

Canada will join a string of European countries, including Germany, Greece, France, Belgium and the Czech Republic, which have already prohibited Holocaust denial. »

Trump Jr. Texts Show 'Coup Was the Plan' From the Start, Legal Experts Say

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CNN first reported on Friday that Trump Jr. sent a November 5, 2020 text message to Meadows which said: "It's very simple ...

But Trump critics and some legal experts jumped on the reporting, arguing it was more evidence of a "coup" attempt.

Barr wrote in his memoir published last month that he told Trump to his face that the claims were "bullish*t.". »

The Cold War Never Ended

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To argue that the Cold War ended, in other words, is to reduce that conflict to the existence of the Soviet state.

But the foundations for that shift were laid during World War II and built up during the Cold War.

The mistaken belief that the Cold War ended with the dissolution of the Soviet Union spurred some fateful foreign policy choices in Washington. »