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Wayne LaPierre calls out Democrats and warns of a government overreach over and above gun control
The National Rifle Association's executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre slammed Democrats for their reaction to the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, and warned of government overreach extending far beyond the limiting of fire arms.

Many in the media love mass shootings, NRA spokeswoman says
A National Rifle Association spokeswoman argued Thursday that "many in legacy media love mass shootings" during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Sheriff spars with NRA: I'm calling 'BS'
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel's call for action to keep American schools safe.

Obama tweets praise for Parkland students

4 reasons the NRA should fear the student survivors
They're just kids. Naïve. Idealistic dupes manipulated by left-wing, gun-control groups.

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.

Arming teachers is a terrible idea, student survivor says
Florida school shooting survivor Alfonso Calderon said Wednesday that President Donald Trump's suggestion of arming teachers and school staff with weapons to enhance school safety was a "terrible idea."

The gun debate revolves around these 27 words
It's only a sentence long; 27 words that barely take up a full line on the Bill of Rights.

Trump wants to raise gun purchase age and end bump stock sales
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 week's school shooting in Florida.

Marco Rubio: 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 town hall on school shootings.

Analysis: Rubio takes heat but finds his voice
He didn't look like "Little Marco."

Sen.: Rubio showed up, governor didn't
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) credited his colleague Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) for taking part in a CNN Town Hall on gun reform following the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida but pointed out the absence of Florida's GOP representatives and Governor Rick Scott.

'My daughter ... was shot in the back,' dad tells Rubio
Here are some of the most contentious moments from the CNN town hall "Stand Up: The Students of Stoneman Douglas Demand Action."

School shooter threatened others with a gun, first host family told police
Just months before Nikolas Cruz killed 17 at his former high school in South Florida, the host family who had taken him in immediately after his mother's death warned local law enforcement that the 19-year-old had "used a gun against people before" and "has put the gun to others' heads in the past," according to records obtained by CNN.

Security footage from school misled cops, report says
Surveillance footage from the Florida high school where 17 people were gunned down was not live, as responding officers initially thought -- it was actually on tape delay, the Sun Sentinel newspaper reported.

Opinion: Should shooter get death penalty?
Will justice for the Parkland, Florida, shooter mean he will face the death penalty?

Parkland students raise $3.7 million in 3 days. 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.

McMaster could leave White House 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 of his current role and back into the military, according to half a dozen defense and administration officials.

Suspicious package sent to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Police launched an investigation after suspicions were raised about a package sent to a royal residence in London, reportedly addressed to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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.

The opioid crisis is draining America's workforce

Russian activist could spend election in jail
Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny was detained after a visit to the dentist on Wednesday, he said on Twitter.

'HTGAWM' star says she was raped by a director early in her career
Karla Souza, an actress known for her role in ABC's "How to Get Away with Murder," alleged in an interview with CNN she was raped by a director early in her career.

Melania Trump's parents' immigration status could be thanks to 'chain migration'
The Slovenian parents of first lady Melania Trump are legal permanent residents of the United States, according to the lawyer representing them in the process -- raising questions about whether they are living in the US by the very means President Donald Trump has strongly criticized and sought to end.

Rocker's widow opens up about his death
Vicky Cornell spoke out about her husband Chris Cornell's death in her first TV interview since his May 2017 suicide.

SpaceX sends three satellites to space

Report: A transgender high school wrestler will try to defend his Texas state title

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

LeBron has already told us where he's going next

3M and H&M probe claim they used Chinese prison labor

This championship team will skip Trump's White House and visit DC kids instead, report says

Jennifer Lawrence: I can wear whatever I want
Jennifer Lawrence if fighting back against those who criticized a dress she wore to a London press event on Tuesday, calling the conversation around her outfit choice "utterly ridiculous."

Ellen asks Bill Gates the prices of grocery items

Analysis: 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.

'Stranger Things' star's dance goes viral
"Stranger Things" actor David Harbour got the opportunity to dance with penguins in Antarctica after his Twitter campaign went viral.

$1850: 2 weeks, 5 Countries in Central Europe

US women win their first hockey gold in 20 years

The US and Sweden will face off for men's curling gold-medal

USA has its best day of the Olympics so far

Shiffrin takes silver in women's alpine combined

USA wins gold and silver in men's ski halfpipe

How to get a date with Adam Rippon
Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon responds to Sally Field's matchmaking for her gay son. Jeanne Moos has an Olympic crush intervention.

Ivanka Trump is South Korea-bound
Ivanka Trump is headed to South Korea on Thursday, where she will lead the presidential delegation to the closing ceremony of the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games.

Voices from besieged city: 'They will all die, one by one'
Premature twin boys born into chaos. An oncologist without medicine to treat her cancer patients. And a mother's last wish -- for her children not to die hungry.

UN mulls Syria action as deaths rise
UN Security Council members may vote Thursday on a temporary ceasefire for Syria's besieged Eastern Ghouta region, a day after the United Nations' chief deplored the plight of the civilians trapped there as "hell on earth."

Doctors forced to use expired drugs amid deaths
The devastation wrought in Eastern Ghouta by a relentless bombardment by the Syrian regime has forced doctors to use expired drugs and scramble for water as the number of dead reached 300 in three days, medics and activists said.

The deadliest day in 3 years
More than 100 civilians have been killed in Syria's Eastern Ghouta in 24 hours, the largest single-day death toll in the rebel-held area in nearly three years, according to observers.

Walk while counting backward to diagnose this type of dementia
Simple walking tests can accurately diagnose a type of dementia that may sometimes be reversed when identified early and quickly treated, a study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology found.

Surgical sponges left inside woman for years
Two surgical sponges were left in a woman's abdomen for at least six years, according to a new report in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Human remains found in underwater cave
Archaeologists discovered ancient human remains, Mayan relics and the bones of Ice Age animals in what's believed to be the largest flooded cave in the world.

Queen Elizabeth's surprise visit to Fashion Week
A Swarovski-studded Queen Elizabeth II graced the front row of London Fashion Week, brushing shoulders with longtime Vogue editor Anna Wintour, during a surprise visit to the event on Tuesday. The 91-year-old monarch, wearing a powder blue tweed dress and jacket by her personal advisor Angela Kelly, could be seen chatting with Wintour and clapping her black-gloved hands as models walked in British designer Richard Quinn's runway show.

Why tech secrets could cause clash between U.S. and China

Students are redefining patriotism
Right now, amid demonstrations by high school students who are speaking out about gun violence, it's worth remembering that students, teens and younger have been part of the anatomy of social justice movements since the end of World War II, most notably the civil rights movement of the 1960s.

The US is divided on guns -- and so is the military

Gun owners are talking about gun control. Listen
Pump the brakes, progressives, and listen. Thanks to those activist kids from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the national conversation surrounding guns is evolving -- and it's evolving in a serious way. Some gun owners are already taking action.

Senator: Trump is in the pocket of billionaires
In his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump said, "We have gone forward with a clear vision and a righteous mission -- to make America great again for all Americans."

Listen to your heart: not doing that almost cost me my life

What Billy Graham would want you to know

Experts are urging Americans to refinance in 2018.

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Fastest way to pay off $10,000 in credit card debt

8 numbers on guns that matter
The gun debate is heating up, again, in the wake of the slayings of 17 people one week ago at a school in Parkland, Florida.

Rubio: I support raising age limit on rifles
At a CNN Town Hall, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said he would support legislation to prevent an 18-year-old from buying a rifle and reconsidered his position on magazine clip sizes.

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.

Kushner-Kelly divide deepens over security clearance overhaul
White House chief of staff John Kelly has been locked in an internal struggle with President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner over his access to highly classified information for weeks now, a confrontation that has escalated amid a recent policy overhaul and the resignation of a staff secretary who was accused of spousal abuse.

Hot baths, saunas can improve health
Don Benedict played handball competitively for 30 years in the Pacific Northwest. To stay in shape, he ran 5 miles every other day.

Miscarriage: How women are talking about it
Miscarriage holds the unusual position of being both very common and routinely avoided in polite conversation.

The truth about cancer vaccines
The thought of a vaccine might conjure up memories of that flu shot you get each year, or taking your kids to get their immunizations against polio or measles. Cancer rarely comes to mind when most people think of vaccines, but that appears to be changing.

Natalie Portman leads cerebral sci-fi journey in 'Annihilation'
The more cerebral quadrants of science fiction often exist uneasily with the demands of movie-making, and so it is with "Annihilation," a taut, challenging work by writer-director Alex Garland that, alas, doesn't yield a payoff completely worthy of the journey.

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