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Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel speaks during a news conference on Feb. 15, 2018, near Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland where 17 people were killed the day before. (Amy Beth Bennett / Sun-Sentinel). Drew Harwell and Mark Parkland school shooting: Authorities investigate deputies who stayed outsideFlorida Sheriff Is On the DefensiveUnder Pressure, Florida Sheriff Defends 'Amazing Leadership'
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The National Rifle Association pushed back on Sunday against modest proposals by President Donald Trump and other Republicans to change U.S. gun laws after a school shooting in Florida that killed 17 students and staff. The Florida school shooting: NRA 'doesn't back any ban'The NRA's worst nightmare is hereParkland Shooting Survivor Rips Into NRA's Dana Loesch
WASHINGTON – Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff on Sunday defended a memo released this weekend that rebutted allegations that the FBI and Justice Department had acted improperly in their investigation of the Trump campaign. "I'm not surprised, frankly, that Text of declassified Dems memo about FBI's Russia probeDemocrat on Intelligence panel disputes importance of Steele dossierDemocrats for Eavesdrop Abuse
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf's warning that U.S. immigration agents were preparing to conduct a major enforcement operation in the Bay Area put advocates for immigrants on alert, and heightened the tension between federal and local authorities over ICE Detentions Reported in Napa, Other Bay Area Locales: WitnessesOakland's mayor just warned the sanctuary city about a potential ICE raidICE Agents Detain Undocumented Immigrants In Several Cities
SAN DIEGO (CNN) As he sought to wrest the California Democratic Party's endorsement away from longtime Sen. Dianne Feinstein, her upstart challenger, Kevin de León, made an impassioned argument to state delegates Saturday that the time had come for a California Democratic Party offers no endorsements in US Senate or governor's racesCalifornia Democrats Decline To Endorse Another Term For Sen. Dianne FeinsteinIn Blow to Dianne Feinstein, California Democrats Won't Endorse Senate Run
Gio Rodriguez, 8, sits outside his home as his parents clean up debris on Feb. 25, 2018, after a storm hit in the Farmington subdivision in Clarksville, Tenn. (Lacy Atkins / Associated Press). The death toll rose to at least five on Sunday after severe Tornadoes, flooding across central US leave at least 3 dead as storm system moves east4 dead as severe weather moves through central US4 Dead After Tornadoes and Floods Rip Through Central and Southern States
Michelle Obama fans can officially start the countdown clock. Over social media Sunday, the former first lady announced her first memoir, Becoming, will be published on November 13. That gives her most dedicated admirers exactly 261 days to start Michelle Obama's memoir, 'Becoming,' to be released in NovemberMichelle Obama Announces A New Memoir Her Publisher Calls 'Unusually Intimate'Michelle Obama set to release 'Becoming' memoir in November
(CNN) President Donald Trump is pushing to have his longtime personal pilot, John Dunkin, to head the Federal Aviation Administration, according to a report from Axios. Dunkin, who flew Trump's personal plane during the campaign, is reportedly on the Trump wants his personal pilot to lead FAA, drug dealers to be executed: reportsReport: President's Personal Pilot Up for Head of FAAHey, Wanna Be Head of the FAA?
Ivanka Trump said Sunday that she doesn't know whether arming teachers with concealed weapons, as her father advocates, would makes schools safer and said the idea needs further discussion. President Trump's daughter, who serves as a senior adviser in Ivanka Trump: Arming teachers an option that 'needs to be discussed'Ivanka says she doesn't know if her father's proposal of arming teachers would protect studentsIvanka Trump says arming teachers is an option worth discussing
The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington last month. The court is scheduled to hear Janus v. Afscme, a dispute between an Illinois state employee and the union that represents his bargaining unit. Photo: joshua roberts/Reuters. By. Jess Bravin. Jess Bravin Behind a Key Anti-Labor Case, a Web of Conservative DonorsSupreme Court could cripple public unions in run-up to 2018 midtermsThe Supreme Court's latest union case is designed to kneecap the Democratic Party.