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Authorities have revealed that the son of Virginia State Sen. R. Creigh Deeds underwent a psychiatric evaluation, but was not admitted to a hospital, just one day before he stabbed his father and shot himself. Austin Deeds was pronounced dead at the scene. His Senator father was listed in fair condition as of Tuesday night. Read more, here…[WashPost]

On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request by abortion providers to intervene in the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of new abortion regulations in Texas. The measures took effect this month. [TexasTribune]

Victims of the Sandy Hook massacre are fighting back after news that a video game that “directs gamers to storm virtual classrooms with an AR-15 assault rifle in the same vein as Adam Lanza and displays a kill ratio at the end,” was created. The release of The Slaying of Sandy Hook Elementary came just a month before the shooting’s anniversary on Dec. 14. It has since been pulled from the site. [HuffPost]

The New Mexico officer caught on video shooting into a van full of kids will not be charged. The Taos County District Attorney will not seek criminal charges against officer Tony DeTavis because it appears he acted accordingly. “Information could come in, but at this preliminary stage, what I’ve viewed and what I’ve reviewed I don’t see any criminal charges against any of the officers,” he said. [KRQE]


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