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They only had each other. Then one became a mass shooter.

The brother of the confessed Parkland shooter wrestles with his responsibility to his only family member. After a Trump club fired about a dozen undocumented workers, they’re fighting back. And a love triangle that questions “in sickness and in health."
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‘I’m stuck between loving him and hating him’
For Zachary Cruz, as for so many people in Parkland, Fla., life changed forever on Feb. 14, 2018. His brother, Nikolas Cruz, has confessed to committing one of the most notorious school shootings in American history, at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

For the past few months, Post reporter Jessica Contrera has been talking to Zach and asking this fundamental question: After your only living family member commits a horrendous crime, do you walk away?

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Undocumented workers from Trump’s golf club speak out after being fired
As a fight over border security kept the government partially closed for more then a month, about a dozen employees at Trump National Golf Club in Westchester County, N.Y., were asked to meet with a human resources executive from Trump Organization headquarters.

Post reporter David Fahrenthold says the employees were fired during those meetings because they were undocumented — though many had been employed at the golf club for years.

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In sickness and in health
B. Smith was a model, restaurateur and popular lifestyle guru when six years ago she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Her husband, who is still her main caregiver, found love with another woman.

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