The controversial group which created the firearm, Defense Distributed, plans to make the blueprints available online.
Doctors treating the wounded say their injuries indicate that the bombs contained metal shards and other shrapnel. A number of victims have had limbs amputated.
Insurance executives say doctors who don’t understand when Medicare is supposed to pay for scooters are partly to blame for unnecessary purchases.
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Connecticut and Maine are all on an emergency footing, with millions of residents being warned to stay indoors.
Barack Obama has been sworn in for his second term by Chief Justice John Roberts.
Hundreds of thousands of people crammed the ceremony on the National Mall to see Mr Obama, 51, who is the 44th US president.
President Vladimir Putin signed a controversial measure banning the adoption of Russian children by U.S. families, the Kremlin said Friday.
The action could affect hundreds of American families seeking to adopt. Americans adopted close to 1,000 Russian children last year, according to U.S. State Department figures.
Amid partisan bluster, top members of Congress and President Barack Obama were holding out slim hopes for a limited fiscal deal before the new year. But even as congressional leaders prepared to convene at the White House, there were no signs that legislation palatable to both sides was taking shape.
Students returned to school in the shattered Connecticut town of Newtown on Tuesday, accompanied by police and counselors to help them cope with grief and fear after a gunman’s rampage killed 26 people in an elementary school and altered attitudes about gun control in Washington.
The inside shots of the property suggest decadence and luxury.
But the aerial shots of Britney Spears’ $8.5million Los Angeles home demonstrate just how sprawling, the huge property is.
Indian billionaire Subrata Roy has bought the luxury Plaza Hotel at the corner of Central Park in Manhattan.
Mr Roy’s Sahara group, known for its sponsorship of Indian cricket and motor sports, paid the US-Israeli retailer El Ad $575m (£360m) for its 75% stake.
The remaining 25% of the hotel is being retained by its current owner, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal of Saudi Arabia, via his Kingdom Holding group.