Gun background checks to break record, Iran admits unrest, and other headlines


House Democrats' 300-page impeachment report says Trump solicited foreign election interference.


Gun check
Background checks for guns are on pace to break a record in 2019. Per the Associated Press: "By the end of November, more than 25.4 million background checks — generally seen as a strong indicator of gun sales — had been conducted by the FBI, putting 2019 on pace to break the record of 27.5 million set in 2016, the last full year President Barack Obama was in the White House." (Seattle Times)

Up for some light reading?

How about breezing through the impeachment report in its entirety? (CNN)

Breaking news! Millennials still poor!
The Washington Post has a visual breakdown of which generation has which portion of the country's wealth. It ain't pretty.

Unrest in Iran
The country's regime publicly admits for the first time that its security forces have shot and killed "rioters" at protests. (Al Jazeera)

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Quinn Welsch

Quinn Welsch is the copy editor of the Inlander.