NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Domestic Terrorist Stephen Paddock May Have Looked At Other Locations To Attack, Congress May Ban The ‘Bump Stock,’ Cam Newton Apologizes For Comment Against Reporter, Salt Lake City Cop Faces No Charges In Killing Of Patrick Harmon

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According to authorities, domestic terrorist Stephen Paddock may have been looking at other locations to attack.

Law enforcement officials also found dozens of weapons, hundreds of rounds of ammo and a device know as a “bump stock” which would allow him to convert his guns semi-automatic weapons into fully automatic weapons.

Cam Newton is apologizing for comments that he made about a female reporter questioning him about “running routes.”

A Salt Lake City cop will not face any charges for shooting and killing 50-year-old Patrick Harmon.

The man who posted racist messages threatening to kill Howard University students is now behind bars.

Journalist covering the protests in St. Louis have been pepper sprayed, beaten and arrested. Those being targeted include musical reporters, documentary makers, live stream journalists who were just doing their jobs.

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast

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