The owner of a Hooksett gun store has apologized to Concord police for his conduct during a State House gun rally this week. In a YouTube video, he is seen kicking an officer’s keys when they fell to the ground and cursing at police as they arrested a gun rights demonstrator. The “Concord Monitor” reports that in a letter to the police chief, the owner of Riley’s Sports Shop said he regrets what happened, describing his actions as inappropriate.
Nearly three-quarters of the public think religion is losing influence in American life, according to a poll released on Monday.
Bosses at the E! network have confirmed they plan to revive the series in January.
The "Pulp Fiction" star is rounding up his celebrity friends to raise money for the cancer charity One For The Boys.
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