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An armed school resource officer 'never went in,' the sheriff says. The entire attack lasted 6 minutes.
When Nikolas Cruz started shooting last week, an armed deputy stationed at the Florida school rushed to the building. But instead of going inside, the officer waited outside for four minutes as the shooter massacred students and teachers behind the walls, authorities said.

Sheriff: 'Sick to my stomach' over deputy's actions
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel reacts to the video of the school resource officer during Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

Four huge obstacles for Congress to do something on gun control
As pressure mounts for congressional action on gun control, it's unclear just how much can be done given the thick political fog that shrouds any major legislative effort on Capitol Hill -- especially in an election year.

How the school shooting conspiracies sprouted and spread
Conspiracy theories after mass shootings follow a familiar thread and the Florida school shooting is no exception.

911 calls warned police that shooter was armed
A woman who took in Nikolas Cruz after his mother died called 911 to report a fight between Cruz and her son. She told the operator that Cruz had "a lot of weapons" and was worried he would return to the home.

Experts: Trump deriding shooter's mental health could be harmful
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 described the gunman as "an insane monster" who is "nuts" and crazy." And at a White House briefing Thursday, the President again used the term "sicko."

NRA chief's warnings go beyond guns
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.

Missouri governor indicted over nude picture
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.

Sources: Mueller probe part of why Kushner doesn't have full 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.

At CPAC, Trump's base trusts him on guns
In the aftermath of a high school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 dead, President Donald Trump is urging the country and Congress to act.

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.

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

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. The modification, after several days of intense criticism over potential conflicts of interest, appeared to be an attempt to distance the President's son from any political activity.

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

Trump staffer named most powerful person in Washington
Who tops GQ's "most powerful people in Trump's Washington" list? Jeanne Moos "Hopes" for the best.

Minutes before execution, Texas inmate's sentence is reduced to life in prison
The life of a Texas man who conspired to kill his family in 2003 was spared minutes before he was set to be executed on Thursday.

New kind of rockets that cause fires are raining down on Syrians in Ghouta
Civilians enduring intense bombardment in Syria's rebel-held Eastern Ghouta say they are being assailed by a new kind of rocket that spreads potentially deadly fires.

State Department 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, exclaiming, "I don't know what some of you expect us to do," while arguing that the administration is "fully engaged."

Exiled ex-president: Putin hates America
CNN's Matthew Chance interviews the former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in Amsterdam about Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Trudeau's India trip, mired in controversy, ends with a hug
After a controversy-mired seven days in India, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau finally received an all-important hug.

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 hospitalized.

China seizes control of Waldorf Astoria owner

DeVos may make it easier for people in bankruptcy to get out of student loans

Five things to know today
Colombia used to be Latin America's economic star. Now its list of challenges grows longer because of a refugee crisis from Venezuela. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.)

LeBron has already told us where he's going next

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.

Oprah reacts to Trump's 'insecure' jab
Oprah Winfrey addressed speculation about running for president in 2020 and responded to President Trump's tweet about her on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"

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."

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

Olympian warned to not get pregnant
Beach volleyball legend Kerri Walsh Jennings was six weeks pregnant when she won a gold medal in the London Olympics - but she says she was warned to hold off on starting a family or she may lose her sponsors. She sits down with CNNMoney's Ahiza Garcia to talk about the challenges of being a mother and a professional athlete.

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

$1850: 2 weeks, 5 Countries in Central Europe

Would I die for my students?
Rebecca Field is furious. She didn't sign up for this.

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.

Teacher fires back at sheriff: I don't need a gun
A teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School responds to President Trump's proposal to give bonuses to teachers who get gun training, saying she doesn't need a gun, but does need more money for supplies for her classroom.

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.

Skater is first Russian to get gold
Alina Zagitova has won gold in the women's ice skating, becoming the first Russian athlete to win the top medal at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

Dutch speed skater takes 2nd gold​​

Medal tracker: Which country has the most
Follow CNN's coverage as Pyeongchang, South Korea, hosts the Winter Olympics, February 9-25, 2018.

Ivanka Trump is in S. Korea for charm offensive
Ivanka Trump, eldest daughter of US President Donald Trump, arrived in South Korea Friday as part of a charm offensive in the closing days of the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Vonn: 'I wish I could keep going'

NRA used this GIF in a 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.

Opinion: Listen to your heart: I didn't right away and it almost cost my life
On Thursday afternoon at 4, I will be ringing the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to mark National Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day, a tribute to the artificial heart valve that was implanted in my chest during open heart surgery over four years ago. Without that procedure and that amazing device, the closing bell on my life would no doubt have rung some time ago.

See Beyoncé before she was 'Queen Bey'
A collection of lost videos that show a young Beyoncé Knowles are set to be auctioned off after they were found in a storage facility.

Best hotel beds and where to buy them
Pillow menus, crisp linens, cooling mattresses, blackout curtains -- hotels know a thing or two about sleep-through-your-alarm-good bedrooms.

6 things to know before the bell

S&P frets over Gibson Guitars' debt problem

Subway has a new loyalty program

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.

Van Jones: Jesus would be backing the kids
Gun violence is rocking our world again -- and our politics. But even as political rancor runs high, Americans' views are dramatically shifting.

Trump and Turnbull, mates or foes?

Senator: Trump is in the back pocket of billionaires

Parkland shooter deserves death penalty

Syria is devastated. Where are the women?

Experts are urging Americans to refinance in 2018.

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

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.

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.

House GOP 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.

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.

Neanderthals, humans more alike than we thought
Neanderthals may not have been that different from us, after all.

Surgical sponges left inside woman for at least 6 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.

Carrie Underwood's husband says marriage is fine
The professional hockey player slid into his Instagram comments this week after a fan expressed concern about him and his country superstar singer wife.

'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 deriving laughs from every key character, it's the kind of smart, fast-paced entertainment that makes a pretty delicate juggling act look easy.

Streep, J. Law slam Harvey Weinstein's 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.

5 things to know about the new 'Magnum P.I.'
Jay Hernandez has been tapped as the lead in the CBS reboot of "Magnum P.I."

Stunning revivals of the humble shipping container

The secrets of these gravity-defying buildings
From remote viewing platforms to high-profile museums, architects are increasingly using cantilevers to add height or unusual proportions to their buildings, and to push the boundaries of what can be built on difficult terrains.

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