Jason Dearen, Allen G. Breed and Tamara Lush, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 20th - 11:34am
When two teenagers slaughtered 12 students and a teacher at Columbine High School in Colorado 19 years ago, young people across the country learned the news the old-fashioned way: largely on television and in newspapers. It took days, if not weeks, to process the information and discover the full, horrific story.
Chad Day and Eric Tucker, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 20th - 11:28am
The special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election has charged an attorney with lying to federal investigators about his interactions with a former Trump campaign official, according to court papers made public Tuesday.
Curt Anderson, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 20th - 11:26am
A man who claimed his wife disappeared at sea when their boat collided with an unknown object near the Bahamas was charged Tuesday with killing her and intentionally trying to sink the vessel to cover his tracks.
Terry Spencer, Curt Anderson and Brendan Farrington, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 20th - 10:58am
A group of students who survived the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School planned to travel 400 miles to Florida's capital Tuesday to urge lawmakers to act to prevent a repeat of the massacre that killed 17 students and faculty last week.
Jason Dearen, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 20th - 10:56am
Chris Grady was a theater kid counting down the days until he reported for duty in the U.S. Army this summer when a gunman opened fire at his Florida school. As he huddled in his classroom at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last Wednesday listening to shots nearby, what he felt wasn't fear, but anger.
Emery P. Dalesio, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 20th - 10:44am
A white man who shot an unarmed black man after reporting "hoodlums" said he thought the loud, armed people in the street were friends of his own drug-taking son until he expressed fear about the unfamiliar crowd.
Amy Taxin, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 20th - 10:42am
Authorities are being allowed to shut down a large homeless encampment in Southern California and move hundreds of tent-dwellers into motel rooms under an agreement Tuesday between county officials and lawyers who sued to protect tent-dwellers' rights.