Welcome to the News & Notes column of the Inscriber: Digital Magazine, like the ByLine Report, News & Notes will cover timely news events in a timely and straight-forward manner.

Check out what’s making news for Friday, November 1st.

Shooting at LAX, One Dead, Three TSA Officers Wounded, Paul Anthony Ciancia Identified As Suspect.  — Paul Anthony Ciancia, has been identified as the lone gunman and suspect after killing one TSA agent, later confirmed to be 39-year-old Gerardo Hernandez, wounding three others inside Los Angeles International Airport, Friday evening, is reportedly in critical condition

The shooting, in which one person, reportedly a 40-year-old male, adds more fuel to the already-hot fire for tougher gun laws and increased security at airports.

According to media reports, Ciancia shot his way through a security checkpoint, while dressed in a camouflage battle dress uniform(BDU) and before being captured, was found to have various anti-government writings in his possession in his duffel bag, and reportedly have strong anti-government views.

The 23-year-old Pennsville, New Jersey native engaged in gunfire inside of Terminal 3 with authorities before being apprehended.

Jacksonville Jaguars WR Justin Blackmon Suspended Indefinitely  — Troubled, yet talented Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon was suspended by the NFL for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy Friday.  Blackmon, the fifth overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State was previously suspended for the first four games of 2013-14.

For the season, Blackmon has 29 catches for 415 yards and one touchdown.

80 Percent View ObamaCare Negatively In New Poll.  — According to a newly recently Kaiser survey, 80 percent of Americans view ObamaCare, the Affordable Care Act, negatively as opposed to 14 percent and overall, 44 percent of Americans view the new health care law, which requires all Americans to purchase health care coverage negatively, as opposed to 38 percent, who view it positively.

The main focal point behind the recent 16-day government shutdown, Barack Obama’s signature piece of legislation has monumentally flopped since it’s much bally-hooed launch, and is set to become Obama’s political albatross.

Thanks to the disastrous and much-anticipated rollout of the health care law’s new website, www.heatlhcare.gov on the first day, the Obama administration and officials are now facing tough questions after only six people were able to successfully log on to the site on the first day and 248 on the second.

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