The state agency looked at Nikolas Cruz’s home life more than a year before police say he killed 17 people at his former school. It closed the inquiry after determining that his “final level of risk is low,” despite learning that the teen had behavioral struggles and was planning to buy a gun, an investigative report shows.
On Saturday, hundreds of people filled the terrace of the Broward County federal courthouse, where their echoing chants of “enough” and “not one more” weren’t solemn — they were seething.
The administration’s extraordinary 11th-hour strategy to sabotage the bill showed how, after weeks of intense bipartisan negotiations, it was the White House that emerged as a key obstacle preventing a deal to help the dreamers. "We’re going to bury it," an administration official said.
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Special counsel Robert Mueller ultimately might conclude that there was no clear case of collusion between the Russians and associates of President Trump’s 2016 campaign. But he has laid down a challenge to the president that no longer can be ignored.
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The president’s failure to gain traction on a marquee campaign promise, however, cannot be explained entirely by circumstance.
The NBA star addressed Laura Ingraham's recent comments, the new “Black Panther” movie and gun control following the Florida school shooting.
The custom wax truck made its debut for the U.S. ski team in November. (US Ski and Snowboard)
The custom wax truck made its debut for the U.S. ski team in November. (US Ski and Snowboard)
This season on cross-country skiing’s World Cup Circuit has been the most successful one ever for American women, and they say a major factor has been the team’s new truck for waxing skis.
The erroneous warning frustrated senior U.S. military officers, causing them to question procedures for communicating with state officials, according to the emails.
Washington has sky-high hopes for for its No. 1 prospect, who could diminish the sting if Bryce Harper departs.
During the Lunar New Year, gay men and lesbians legally wed — in what's known as “lavender” or “cooperative” marriages — just to please their parents.
As owner of the San Diego Union-Tribune, Doug Manchester created a retrograde environment that made many female workers uncomfortable, according to more than a dozen employees. Manchester strongly denied any inappropriate behavior.
Some say the trouble started over a flip-flop. By Friday, the feud had escalated into a bloody melee between guards and vacationers.
It all started in the 1990s at Antioch College, a tiny liberal arts school.
Tweaks to a favorite comfort food recipe are subtle and even a little bit good for you.
For this outraged, post-Trump class, enthusiasm and expectations clashed with reality.
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