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Title of Don Jr's remarks in India changes amid backlash over conflicts

As Donald Trump Jr. prepared to take the stage Friday at a conference for business leaders in New Delhi after a nearly weeklong visit to India, the event's organizers made a late change to the title of his public remarks.... More>>

China seizes control of deal-hungry insurer Anbang

The Chinese government has seized control of a deal-hungry insurance firm that owns major assets in the U.S. and is prosecuting the company's chairman. More>>

In #ArmMeWith movement, teachers ask to be armed -- but not with guns

Teachers have taken to social media in the midst of a gun control debate following the Parkland, Florida, school shooting to push for an increase in classroom resources -- not the ability to carry guns in school. More>>

Democratic House candidate apologizes after 'crusty old Marine' comment

A Democratic candidate for Congress is apologizing after reportedly making a remark about not being "a crusty old Marine" when she was asked at an event how she thinks she will fare with the large military population in... More>>

Kansas Republican backs raising age to buy semiautomatic rifles

Sen. Pat Roberts is voicing support for restricting access to semiautomatic rifles for those under the age of 21. More>>

Armed school resource officer stayed outside as Florida shooting unfolded, sheriff says

The armed school resource deputy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, waited outside the school building as the shooting unfolded last week, officials said. More>>

Deputy Australian Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce resigns over sex scandal

Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce said Friday he will resign following weeks of controversy after he announced he was expecting a baby with a former staff member. More>>

How the Florida school shooting conspiracies sprouted and spread

Conspiracy theories after mass shootings follow a familiar thread and the Florida school shooting is no exception. More>>

With mixed emotions, teachers head back to Stoneman Douglas High

Teachers and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are heading back to campus Friday, more than a week after 17 people were killed there in a mass shooting. More>>

Eric Greitens is in deep, deep trouble

The indictment of Missouri Republican Gov. Eric Greitens on a felony charge of invasion of privacy Thursday night further imperils his already dicey political future. More>>

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens indicted

Missouri GOP Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted on Thursday amid looming allegations of sexual misconduct and blackmail following an admission of an affair last month. More>>

Investigators looking into bodyguard's affair with mayor find nude photos in emails

Newly discovered nude cell phone photos may be evidence Nashville's mayor and her former security chief were having an affair while he was being paid to be her bodyguard, authorities say in court documents disclosed Thursday. More>>

Why Australian leader's White House visit really matters to Trump

Donald Trump may have got off to a rocky start with Australia when he became president last year, but his administration is determined to put it behind them this week when Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull visits the US. More>>

US State spokesperson on Syria: 'I don't know what some of you expect us to do'

State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert struggled to describe specific steps the State Department and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson are taking to end the violence in Syria at the agency's briefing on Thursday,... More>>

WaPo: Key Russian oligarch in touch with Russia, Assad before mercenaries attacked US troops

Before a Russian mercenary attack on US and allied forces in Syria earlier this month, the Russian oligarch believed to control the mercenaries -- a man who the US special counsel indicted last week -- was "in close touch"... More>>

Mueller files new charges against Manafort and Gates

Special counsel Robert Mueller has filed new charges against former Donald Trump campaign officials Paul Manafort and Rick Gates. More>>

Ivanka Trump is South Korea-bound for Olympics closing ceremony

Ivanka Trump will arrive in South Korea Friday, where she will lead the presidential delegation to the closing ceremony of the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games. More>>

Trump, Ryan and McConnell, stop ignoring your oaths

President Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell each took an oath of office that included solemnly swearing to defend the Constitution of the United States. More>>

Kelli Ward's DC charm offensive

Arizona US Senate hopeful Kelli Ward is here to show conservatives that she's not crazy -- and to convince them that it's still worth spending money in GOP primaries. More>>

Snapchat stock loses $1.3 billion after Kylie Jenner tweet

Kylie Jenner is not happy about Snapchat's new redesign. More>>

Schoolgirls still missing after suspected Boko Haram school attack

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Brendan Fraser accuses HFPA member of groping him in 2003

Actor Brendan Fraser has accused a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the group that presents the annual Golden Globe Awards, of groping him at an event in 2003. More>>

Astronaut: Trump's plan for the space station a huge mistake

Donald Trump's administration is floating a proposal to return to the moon -- and to shut down the International Space Station to help pay for it. More>>

US immigration agency updates statement to no longer say 'nation of immigrants'

The agency in charge of US immigration services has updated its mission statement to no longer include the phrase "nation of immigrants." More>>

UNICEF deputy director resigns after accusations of inappropriate behavior

UNICEF Deputy Director Justin Forsyth has resigned after allegations he behaved inappropriately toward female staff members during his time as chief executive at Save the Children. More>>

First National Bank of Omaha will stop issuing NRA Visa card

First National Bank of Omaha said it will stop issuing an NRA-branded Visa card as the national debate over guns reaches a fever pitch. More>>

Will US and Australia have another '100 years of mateship'?

Australia is America's closest ally in the Pacific region and a strong trading partner. Relations between our two countries -- even in the midst of President Trump's "America First" agenda -- remain warm and cordial. Prime... More>>

OR lawmakers pass bill that prevents domestic abusers from buying or owning guns

The Oregon Senate passed the so-called "boyfriend loophole" bill on Thursday with a vote of 16 to 13. More>>

Congresswoman claims most mass shooters are Democrats

Rep. Claudia Tenney, an upstate New York Republican who is up for re-election in one of the most competitive congressional districts in America, told a radio host in Albany that Democrats are more prone to be mass shooters. More>>

Trump proposes bonuses for teachers who get gun training

President Donald Trump spent Thursday grappling with how to prevent more school massacres and address the gun debate gripping the country, offering solutions such as giving bonuses to teachers who undergo gun training. More>>

1 Guaranteed way to change the gun debate

We may well be in the midst of a landmark moment in the long and controversial history of the politics of guns in America. More>>

Trump's language on school shooter's mental health could be harmful, experts say

In a tweet Thursday, President Donald Trump described someone who would shoot up a school as a "savage sicko." At CNN's town hall on the Parkland, Florida, school shootings on Wednesday, NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch... More>>

Sources: Mueller probe stymies Kushner security clearance

Jared Kushner has been unable to obtain a full security clearance in part because of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, according to two sources familiar with the matter. More>>

Trump must get tough on America-hating Putin, says former Georgian leader

President Trump must be much tougher on Russia if the Kremlin's rising power in the world is to be kept in check, according to former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili. More>>

Haiti suspends Oxfam operations over sexual misconduct scandal

Haiti has suspended the international poverty charity Oxfam Great Britain from operating in the country after reports of sexual misconduct by some of its employees. More>>

Betsy DeVos may make it easier for student loan borrowers in bankruptcy

The Department of Education may make it easier for people filing for bankruptcy to get out of their student loans. More>>

Year after coronation, Breitbart has diminished presence at CPAC

Last year's edition of the Conservative Political Action Conference served as something of a coronation for Breitbart. The conference's lineup was littered with the website's writers. Steve Bannon, Breitbart's former... More>>

For self-driving cars, car washes are a nightmare

The most cutting-edge cars on the planet require an old-fashioned handwashing. More>>

It's getting more expensive to buy a home

Here's some more bad news for home buyers: It's getting even more expensive to buy a home. More>>

Read the new indictment of Paul Manafort and Rick Gates

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As conservatives party at CPAC, it's liberalism that's on the rise

The annual Conservative Political Action Conference is meeting this week in Maryland, and in some ways, it's a good time to be a conservative. Republicans control all branches of the federal government, while Democrats and... More>>

'Seven Seconds' has its moments with blend of crime, racial politics

Like "The Killing," the Danish series Veena Sud adapted for US consumption, the producer's "Seven Seconds" opens with the death of a child, exploring the repercussions that follow. What emerges is a solid, overly dense,... More>>

Multistate salmonella outbreak tied to chicken salad

An outbreak of salmonella infections linked to chicken salad has sickened 65 people in five states, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday. No deaths have been reported, but 28 people have been... More>>

One very sour note from Bill Nelson in town hall on guns

At Wednesday night's town hall on guns, Sen. Marco Rubio was repeatedly pressed -- and criticized -- by the audience in Sunrise, Florida, for his past defenses of gun rights. More>>

Quincy Jones sorry for his lack of filter in two viral interviews

Quincy Jones might be an 85-year-old musical legend with nothing to prove, but that doesn't mean he isn't still learning from his mistakes. More>>

Tiffany Haddish reacts with glee to surprise Oprah encounter

It's possible no one has ever been happier than Tiffany Haddish was when she came face-to-face with Oprah Winfrey on "The Ellen Degeneres Show." More>>

Senator questions mine safety official's industry ties

The man in charge of mine safety under the Trump administration is facing more scrutiny about his ties to an industry push to roll back safety regulations. More>>

New findings paint picture of Neanderthals as artists

Neanderthals may not have been that different from us, after all. More>>

University serves Kool-Aid and watermelon water for Black History Month

When Kayla Eubanks saw a sign for a Black History Month special menu in a New York University dining hall on Tuesday, she was interested to see what they were serving. More>>

Ted Cruz embraces Trump ahead of re-election

Up for a second Senate term in Texas this year, "Lyin' Ted" Cruz, as President Donald Trump nicknamed him, is suddenly Trump's biggest fan. More>>

Nelson's town hall comments show he is gearing up for a race against Scott for Florida Senate seat

Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson attended CNN's town hall on Wednesday night to talk about school safety and gun violence. But by the end of the night, the vulnerable senator up for reelection this year proved one thing... More>>

Puerto Rico asks a DC university to review possible Hurricane Maria deaths

The government of Puerto Rico on Thursday announced it has enlisted George Washington University to review deaths that followed Hurricane Maria. More>>

Read the indictment of Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens

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BlackRock has questions for gun companies after Florida massacre

BlackRock has some questions for gun companies about their response to the school shooting in Florida. More>>

Van Jones: A children's crusade Jesus would be proud of

Gun violence is rocking our world again -- and our politics. But even as political rancor runs high, Americans' views are dramatically shifting. More>>

A woman is joining this Yale a cappella group for the first time in more than a century

It was more than a hundred years ago that a group of men at Yale came together to form the Whiffenpoofs, an a capella singing group that has consisted only of men since 1909. As of Tuesday, it's no longer just men who will... More>>

The persistence of Parkland: How the Florida shooting stayed in the media spotlight

Seven days after a horrific shooting claimed the lives of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the front pages of some of the nation's largest newspapers are still featuring stories about gun control and... More>>

Trump faces tough odds in pressing Congress and the NRA on guns

President Donald Trump, carefully attuned to the emotional national debate unfolding after last week's school shooting in Florida, signaled Thursday that he is willing to pressure Congress to take action on guns. More>>

NRA chief accuses Democrats of pushing 'socialist' agenda in wake of Florida shooting

The head of the biggest gun lobby in the US has accused Democrats of pushing a "socialist" agenda to deprive gun owners of their weapons, in an uncompromising speech just a week after 17 people died in the Florida school... More>>

NRA bashes liberals while victims plead for change in America's split-screen moment

A week after the latest massacre that traumatized America, the political dimensions of the new fight for gun law reform are now clear. More>>

Student frustrations over conditions at university go viral

Hampton University students are raising their voices on social media. More>>

House Republicans gear up for hearings on bipartisan opioid crisis legislation

House Republicans will hold a hearing next week on a series of bipartisan bills to address patient safety and enforcement efforts for opioids, marking the latest push for legislation to combat the opioid crisis. More>>

Police K-9 gets body armor from non-profit organization

Hillsboro Police Department K-9 Blazer received a bullet and stab protective vest Thursday, thanks to a charitable donation from a non-profit organization. More>>

Service dog injures young girl on plane

A man says a service dog onboard a Southwest Airlines flight from Phoenix to Portland last night hurt a child. More>>

Syria is devastated. Where are the women?

From their leadership in securing the recent peace accord in Colombia to their contributions to the 1998 agreement ending 20-plus years of conflict in Northern Ireland, to Liberia and to the Philippines, women have largely... More>>

4 Things to know about White House Correspondents' Dinner entertainer Michelle Wolf

The White House Correspondents' Association has tapped "Daily Show" contributor Michelle Wolf as the featured entertainer for this year's dinner. More>>

Trump defends the NRA as a group of 'patriots' who want to 'do the right thing'

President Donald Trump defended the National Rifle Association on Thursday, saying he believes the organization wants to "do the right thing" in wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17 people. More>>

Top WH lawyer details Trump admin's 'larger plan' to shrink regulatory state

White House counsel Don McGahn offered his take Thursday on the Trump administration's efforts to slash regulations, from court appointments to repealing rules. More>>

US accuses Russia of blocking efforts to halt Eastern Ghouta bloodshed

The United States has accused Russia of blocking efforts to halt bloodshed in Eastern Ghouta as the Syrian regime continues to pound the rebel-held enclave outside Damascus. More>>

Menendez co-defendant sentenced to 17 years in separate case

Dr. Salomon Melgen, the alleged co-conspirator in the corruption case of Sen. Bob Menendez, was sentenced to 17 years in prison in a separate federal case Thursday. More>>

Carter to speak at Liberty University despite feuding with founder

Former President Jimmy Carter will be Liberty's University's commencement speaker this year, his first visit to the Christian college after a history of feuding with its founder. More>>

Congress' Republican leaders silent so far on Trump's gun proposals

President Donald Trump is making a fresh -- if unexpected -- push for some gun law reforms following a tragic mass shooting last week in Florida, but it's not clear they will be embraced by Republican leaders on Capitol... More>>

Are rubber bands putting American jobs at risk? Trump trade team is investigating

The Trump administration wants to determine whether foreign-made rubber bands pose a risk to American workers. More>>

What role does genetics play in opioid addiction?

Researchers have identified another gene that could influence the risk of opioid dependence, a new study shows, adding to the evidence that genetic factors play a crucial role in determining who develops addiction. More>>

SpaceX launches demo satellites for its high-speed internet project

Elon Musk's goal of delivering high-speed internet to the world just got a little closer to reality. More>>

5 Things we've learned about our gun politics in the last 24 hours

The last 24 hours have featured a more intense -- and, generally speaking, more honest -- national conversation about guns and culture than in, at least, the last five years. More>>

Airbnb adds fancier rental options and loyalty program

Airbnb is adding more lodging types to its site, such as boutique hotels, bed and breakfasts, and high-end rentals. More>>

Road-rage incident spills out on highway

The video is disappointing to watch. More>>

'Dead or alive' posters help track down burglar, earn victim a scolding

A Valley Center robbery victim took matters into his own hands to find the thief, but the Sheriff's Department was less than thrilled with his crime-fighting words of choice. More>>

Local woman gets kidney donation from stranger thanks to Facebook post

Barbara Lester was living a great life until her father butted in -- OK, not her father, per se, but his genetics -- specifically, a gene that gave Lester polycystic kidney disease. More>>

Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence slam Harvey Weinstein for citing their names in legal defense

Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep are not happy about Harvey Weinstein quoting them in an attempt to get a sexual misconduct lawsuit against him dismissed. More>>

Nasdaq wants to boot iced tea maker for taking advantage of bitcoin craze

Nasdaq wants to boot an iced tea maker off its exchange for allegedly trying to fool investors caught up in the cryptocurrency mania. More>>

Sturm Ruger has cut 700 jobs in the last year

The drop in gun sales has lead to deep job cuts at Sturm Ruger More>>

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel made $638 million last year

Snapchat may have struggled during its first year as a public company, but you wouldn't know it from the CEO's pay. More>>

The fight for Sharpie and Yankee Candle

An $18 billion case of buyer's remorse is gripping the conglomerate that makes Sharpie, Yankee Candle and Elmer's glue. More>>

'Game Night' serves up a comedy winner

Two words, nine letters: "Game Night" is a riot -- an energetic, consistently clever comedy that playfully toys with the expectations of a savvy audience weaned on such fare. Filled with knowing pop-culture references and... More>>

Ivanka Trump becomes an attack line in Nevada GOP primary

Nevada Sen. Dean Heller's Republican primary challenger is trying to tie him to Ivanka Trump as a way to cast him as too liberal. More>>

All of West Virginia's public schools are closed due to a teacher walk-out over pay

Public schools across West Virginia are closed Thursday as teachers and other school employees hit the picket lines, demanding higher wages and better benefits. More>>

Couple honored for longest marriage in state

Two couples in our area are being honored by Governor Asa Hutchinson along with eight other couples around the state for their commitment to each other. More>>

Trump opposes 'active shooter drills,' references his own son

President Donald Trump grew indignant on Thursday in opposing "active shooter drills" in schools, making a rare reference to his own son as he described the practice as "crazy." More>>

An under-10 softball team is planning to raffle off an AR-15. And it's not the only one

Gun raffles or giveaways aren't anything new, especially in rural parts of the country. But they're drawing renewed scrutiny after 17 people were killed last week in a mass shooting at a Florida high school. More>>

Massive ice jam on river forcing water out of banks

A massive ice jam on the Rock River southwest of Prophetstown is causing flooding of fields and some roads in the area, including closing portions of Illinois 78. More>>

Trump says he's thinking about pulling ICE from California

President Donald Trump declared on Thursday he was considering withdrawing Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents from California as punishment for what he claimed was a "lousy management job" in patrolling illegal... More>>

Kendra Wilkinson Baskett and husband 'having issues'

Kendra Wilkinson Baskett is being open about the marital problems she's having with Hank Baskett. More>>

Woman tied to former GOP Rep. Tim Murphy's resignation is running for Congress

The woman whose affair with former Rep. Tim Murphy ultimately led to his resignation is now running for Congress, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. More>>

2016 Presidential Election Investigation Fast Facts

Here's a look at investigations into Russian meddling during the 2016 presidential race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. More>>

US Terrorist Attacks Fast Facts

Notable terror attacks with fatalities on US soil since 1980: More>>

Mother pushes for changes after husband dies in avalanche

It's been six weeks since Summer Andersen received the worst phone call of her life. More>>

Trump administration seeks to require more people to work for food stamps

The Trump administration wants more food stamp recipients to work for their benefits. More>>

Sturm Ruger has cut 700 jobs in the last year due to plunging gun sales

The drop in gun sales has lead to deep job cuts at Sturm Ruger More>>

Living 24 hours with 'Day Zero' water rations

It's a frustrating feeling to wake up and realize that you don't have running water. More>>

Do video games lead to violence?

President Donald Trump said Thursday during a White House meeting on school safety that the nation needs to address what young people are seeing. More>>

Rampage Killings Fast Facts

Here's a look at rampage killings that have occurred in the United States since the 1940s. Includes incidents with four or more killed (not including the perpetrators). Not included are suicides, gang-related incidents or... More>>

Soldier on Soldier Attacks Fast Facts

Here is a look at soldier on soldier attacks in the US military. More>>

Steven Spielberg Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of filmmaker Steven Spielberg. More>>

Students stage walkouts to protest gun violence

Students at high schools across the U.S. are staging walkouts to protest gun violence in the wake of last week's deadly school shooting in Florida. More>>

Boston mayor on gun violence: 'There's something wrong with our system'

In the wake of the Parkland school shooting, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh suggested that there needs to be a federal movement to combat gun violence. More>>

Oprah Winfrey Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Oprah Winfrey, who hosted the award-winning "The Oprah Winfrey Show." More>>

Jamie Dimon Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. More>>

Billy Graham Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of evangelist Billy Graham. More>>

High School spreads kindness with positive note on every locker

After a difficult week at Carmel High School, students arrived Thursday morning to some positivity. More>>

States band together to take action on gun violence

Saying that states can't wait for the federal government to tighten gun control legislation, the governors of Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island announced the formation of a partnership to combat gun violence. More>>

Venezuelan refugee crisis adds to Colombia's growing challenges

Colombia was once the rising economic star of Latin America. Now it has a long list of challenges — and the latest is an unprecedented refugee crisis. More>>

Trump pushes suggestions to prevent gun violence

President Donald Trump sought Thursday morning to firm up his political positions on the swirling gun debate while also defending the National Rifle Association, which has come under fierce criticism in the wake of last... More>>

WWII Veteran facing eviction gets new home

ABC Action News first told you about a World War II Veteran facing eviction in Winter Haven. More>>

Consumer Reports: Chevy Bolt Best Small Green Car

The Chevrolet Bolt EV got a strong head start against the Tesla Model 3 in the marketplace and now it has an early nod from Consumer Reports magazine which named the Bolt its "Top Pick" among small hybrids and electric cars. More>>

FBI says 'processes' not followed on Parkland shooter tip

Nearly a week after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, a top FBI official acknowledged that proper protocols weren't followed on the tip about Nikolas Cruz, the confessed shooter. More>>

Teen's suicide inspires parents to save lives

Diane Egbers held her son Grant in her arms as he took his last breaths. More>>

Package sent to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle treated as 'racist hate crime'

British police are investigating a package reportedly addressed to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as a "racist hate crime." More>>

Special elections are good for Democrats, but beware the margin of error

Democrats have been winning elections in places they aren't supposed to since Donald Trump became President. More>>

Margaret Brennan named host of CBS' 'Face the Nation'

Margaret Brennan will succeed John Dickerson as the moderator of "Face The Nation," CBS announced on Thursday. More>>

S&P frets over Gibson Guitars' debt problem

Iconic American guitar manufacturer Gibson is facing some financial blues. More>>

Tax law, bonuses and raises: 5 things you need to know

The White House estimates that so far nearly 4.6 million workers will get direct benefit from the new tax law through their employers. More>>

Cryptojackers are hacking websites to mine cryptocurrencies

Hackers have a new trick up their sleeves: hijacking computers to generate digital coins. More>>

Evangelist Billy Graham to lie in honor at US Capitol next week

The Rev. Billy Graham will lie in honor in the US Capitol rotunda beginning next week, House Speaker Paul Ryan said in a statement on Thursday. More>>

Subway has a new loyalty program to turn around its slumping sales

Subway is launching a new rewards program to win back customers. More>>

Net neutrality rules will officially end on April 23

The end of net neutrality is officially set to come this spring. More>>

Hedge fund billionaire: 70% chance of recession before 2020 election

The roaring American economy will probably sink into a recession before President Trump stands for re-election in 2020. More>>

Man intentionally drives car into hospital, sets himself on fire

A car slammed into Middlesex Hospital in Middletown and caught fire on Thursday morning. More>>

McMaster could leave WH after months of tension with Trump

With tensions flaring between President Donald Trump and national security adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, the Pentagon is considering options that would allow the President to potentially move the three-star general out... More>>

Pence addresses gun debate by touting school safety at CPAC

Vice President Mike Pence told the audience at a conservative gathering outside Washington on Thursday that the "the safety of our nation's schools and our students" is a top priority for the Trump administration. More>>

PD: Three people killed, suspect dead in officer-involved shooting

Authorities say four people, including a suspect, are dead after an officer-involved shooting in west Phoenix Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Obama cheers on 'fearless students' of Parkland

Former President Barack Obama voiced his support Thursday for the "fearless students" of Parkland, Florida, telling them, "we've got your backs." More>>

Carrie Underwood's husband Mike Fisher shuts down talk of troubled marriage

No need to worry about Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher. More>>

School safety officer thwarts alleged school shooting plot

A recent threat to commit a shooting at El Camino High School in South Whittier was thwarted thanks to a safety officer who overheard the "disgruntled" student and alerted authorities, and a cache of weapons was found at... More>>

NRA uses GIF of Leslie Knope in pro-gun tweet -- and Amy Poehler is not here for it

Former "Parks and Recreation" stars are furious that the National Rifle Association tweeted a GIF from a scene in their long-running NBC show. More>>

Car slams into hospital and catches on fire

A car slammed into Middlesex Hospital in Middletown and caught fire on Thursday morning. More>>

US men shock Canada in curling, reach gold medal game

The USA men's curling team is guaranteed an Olympic medal -- and it upset a powerhouse team to do it. More>>

NRA spox: 'Many in legacy media love mass shootings'

The National Rifle Association's national spokeswoman argued Thursday that "many in legacy media love mass shootings" during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. More>>

'We can't just stop breathing': A global scandal, made in Germany

A piece of gray pipe hangs among the potted plants on Susanne Jallow's apartment balcony. Hidden inside the nondescript tube is a tiny computer, seven cables and a particle sensor. More>>

Police: Teen in custody following stabbing of father, brother

Dozens of Gwinnett police and SWAT officers descended on a Lawrenceville neighborhood located off Patterson Road on Wednesday after a teen allegedly stabbed his brother and father. More>>

Rubio says banning semiautomatic rifles is 'well outside' mainstream

Sen. Marco Rubio is defending his stance against a ban on semiautomatic rifles -- claiming that the position is "well outside" mainstream opinion -- after he signaled an openness to limited gun control measures at a CNN... More>>

Student in custody after classmate flags gun threat online

A Wasatch High School student alerted authorities that a classmate threatened gun violence on social media Wednesday evening, and police took the teen into custody without incident. More>>

Ex-Google engineer: I was fired for pushing back on discrimination

A former Google engineer is accusing the company of firing him after he spoke out about incidents of racism, sexism and harassment. More>>

He can afford to pay off his student debt faster. But should he?

I have a student loan with a balance of $95,000 that has an interest rate of 2.4% over 20 years. I save at least 18% of each paycheck for retirement and only pay the minimum on my student loan balance. If I have money left... More>>

City police will not hand out candy to kids after criticism

Police in St. Louis City will not hand out candy to kids as part of an effort to build relationships, St. Louis Police Chief John Hayden said on Tuesday. More>>

In just 3 days, Parkland students have raised $3.7 million. Here's how they'll spend it

As the survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting turn their waking nightmares into a national revolution, their supporters have funneled huge sums of money to the students' cause. More>>

Trump defends NRA amid gun law debate

President Donald Trump defended the National Rifle Association on Thursday as a nationwide debate boils on gun control. More>>

The politics of fear is dying out in Africa

Lenin was once quoted as saying, "There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen." This could perfectly describe the past week in Africa. Across the continent, a number of game-changing... More>>

Transcript: Stoneman students' questions to lawmakers and the NRA at the CNN town hall

Survivors of the massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, took center stage at a CNN town hall Wednesday in Sunrise, Florida. The students, their parents and teachers asked frank questions of Sens.... More>>

Would arming teachers be a 'deterrent' or 'a recipe for disaster'?

A suggestion to arm teachers is back in the spotlight this week in the wake of the Florida high school shooting after President Donald Trump raised the idea Wednesday. More>>

Corrections officers attacked by inmates at state penitentiary

State police have released further details about an alleged assault at Kentucky State Penitentiary in Eddyville, according to News4 affiliate WPSD. More>>

5 Great places to visit in March

March brings more moderate temperatures around the world, as the Northern Hemisphere enters spring and the Southern Hemisphere enters fall. That means that not only are many festivals and celebrations in full swing this... More>>

12-Year-old girl speaks after attempted kidnapping

A woman was arrested Wednesday after she allegedly tried to kidnap a 12-year-old girl who was on her way to school in Santa Ana, and another woman is being hailed a hero for thwarting the attack, police said. More>>

Resident turns flooding into fun

The rain may have subsided, but the high-water levels continue to be a problem across Mid-Michigan. More>>

Pharmacy locks up African-American hair products

After a California woman filed a lawsuit against Walmart for locking up hair and skin products used by African-Americans, CBS46 discovered a local pharmacy was doing the same thing. More>>

Former Jerry Springer body guard charged with drunk driving

A man once known for protecting TV host Jerry Springer from harm was charged with driving under the influence following a one-car crash. More>>

Teacher shares strong message about gun violence

Wednesday marks one week since a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida – taking 17 lives. More>>

School district 'condemns' students' social media video with racist lyrics

Chandler Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Camille Casteel said she's "sorry" that parents are upset about a video posted of five Santan Junior High students singing along to a song that features racist lyrics. More>>

Man dies after apparently poisoning himself during police chase

A motorist who led CHP officers on a pursuit in Ventura County was found dead in his vehicle on the 101 Freeway in Ventura Wednesday morning, apparently after ingesting some type of poison, the California Highway Patrol said. More>>

Freezing rain causes slick roads, school closures

A mix of freezing drizzle, sleet and some snow will persist through the morning to create an ice glaze on surfaces to start your Thursday, especially on anything that hasn't been treated. More>>

Where Billy Graham 'missed the mark'

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. electrified the nation when he gave his "I Have a Dream" speech, but there was another famous American pastor who was not impressed. More>>

Facing critics, Rubio steps into heated gun debate and signals willingness to change laws

Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, facing an outraged constituent audience of school shooting survivors Wednesday, signaled a willingness to vote in favor of limited gun control measures. More>>

Slain officer remembered as passionate officer, husband and father

The entire community is mourning this loss of Officer Justin Billa, especially those who knew him best. More>>

Josh Gad supports friend who lost son in Florida school massacre

Actor Josh Gad has tweeted his support for a friend whose son was killed during last week's mass shooting at a Parkland, Florida, high school. More>>

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