Teachers reached out frequently to try to help Nikolas Cruz, who faced a long string of escalating disciplinary measures for insubordination, profanity, disruption, fighting and assault, according to several teachers who knew him in middle school.
A defiant President Trump attacked the FBI and national security adviser H.R. McMaster, blamed Russian interference on Democrats and claimed special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation has exonerated him.
The director made history after Disney picked her to make the $100 million “A Wrinkle In Time.” But as a black woman in an industry long ruled by white men, DuVernay wants much more: the chance to reshape the system so that everyone gets a chance.
The Environmental Protection Agency chief, who had been scheduled to leave this weekend for an extensive tour of the Mideast ally, has faced criticism over the past week for the cost of his domestic and international travel.
A plan for Trump Tower buyers to meet the president’s son sparked concerns of potential conflict of interest, and the fact that Donald Trump Jr. will be giving a policy speech complicates the matter further, ethics experts said.
Alexander Krushelnytsky brushes the ice surface during a mixed doubles round robin session on Feb. 8. (Wang Zhao/Getty Images)
The news of Alexander Krushelnytsky’s failed drug test and banishment spread fast, bouncing from one athlete and official to the next. It came as a shock in some corners and a sad fulfillment of expectation in others.