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(PARKLAND, Fla.) -- The principal of the Florida high school where 17 were killed last Wednesday said the school is aiming to start classes up again on Feb. 27.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High principal Ty...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- In the days since the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, student survivors have taken the baton from adults to demand justice for their dead friends and teachers, and protection for themselves...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- Third-graders in Missouri have sparked a firestorm by selling AR-15 raffle tickets in order to fund their baseball team.

The fundraiser attracted backlash online in the wake of last week's deadly...Read more

(LONDON) -- U.K. and Ireland KFC restaurant-goers have been disappointed in recent days, as 900 outlets in the countries were closed due to a shortage of chicken. The company first apologized on Saturday, citing growing...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- As investigators dig into Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz's background, more and more instances have emerged in which state and federal officials apparently missed opportunities to stop his...Read more

(LOS ANGELES) -- Joshua Thiede has been missing for over a week and his family is concerned for his safety.

The 29-year-old was last seen at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 11 in downtown Los Angeles, according to the Los...Read more

(WICHITA, Kan.) -- Wichita police are continuing their frantic search for a missing 5-year-old boy who was last seen over the weekend.

Lucas Hernandez disappeared around 3 p.m. on Saturday, police said. His 26-...Read more

(NASHUA, N.H.) -- First responders in Nashua, New Hampshire, completed the final phase of a yearlong project last Tuesday, equipping their vehicles with active shooter kits.

The idea, Chris Stawasz, the...Read more

(SCHENECTADY, N.Y.) -- Union College has purportedly stumbled across an historic find hidden in the contents of a library book -- but the school is resisting a DNA test that could confirm the centuries-old find.
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(WASHINGTON) -- The indictment Friday of 13 Russians accused of waging "information warfare" in the 2016 U.S. presidential election is raising new questions about why the Trump administration still has not imposed...Read more

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