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Suicides make up majority of gun deaths, but remain overlooked in gun violence debate

Suicide is the leading cause of gun-related deaths in the United States. But it's often only an afterthought in the public debate about gun violence.

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Founded by brothers Pat and Lolly Vegas, Redbone scored a Top 5 hit in 1974 with "Come and Get Your Love," launching their Indigenous style and influences into the pop conversation. Sandy Speiser/Courtesy of Sony Legacy hide caption

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50 years ago, 'Come and Get Your Love' put Native culture on the bandstand

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The Supreme Court will review part of a federal obstruction law that has been used to prosecute some of those individuals involved in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Catie Dull/NPR hide caption

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Supreme Court hears challenge to law used to prosecute hundreds of Jan. 6 defendants

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Many young people who started vaping nicotine as teens several years ago haven't quit the habit, data show. Daisy-Daisy/Getty Images hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Young adults who started vaping as teens still can't shake the habit

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Young adults who started vaping as teens still can't shake the habit

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We, The Voters

Suicides make up majority of gun deaths, but remain overlooked in gun violence debate

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Suicides make up majority of gun deaths, but remain overlooked in gun violence debate

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President Biden greets China's President President Xi Jinping Nov. 15, 2023, in California. China has agreed to curtail shipments of the chemicals used to make fentanyl, the drug at the heart of the U.S. overdose epidemic. Doug Mills/AP hide caption

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Report: China continues to subsidize deadly fentanyl exports

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Report: China continues to subsidize deadly fentanyl exports

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