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Sheriff cuts off NRA spokeswoman

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel challenges National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch about her support for victims.

Shelters open amid Midwest flooding as rivers…

Shelters are open to assist people forced from their homes by flooding as rivers swollen by heavy rain and melting snow rise in Indiana, Michigan and other parts of the Midwest

Inmate set to be executed: Veins too damaged for…

Alabama set to execute an inmate who argues past drug use and cancer have too badly damaged his veins, will make lethal injection difficult and unconstitutionally painful

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: 'Never Again' protesters confront Florida lawmakers; how Pyeongchang might feel to a North Korean; brains of 'superagers' offer clues for sharp memory in old age.

New raids kill 13 in Syria suburb; calls to end…

A new wave of Syrian government bombardment of the opposition-held eastern suburbs of the capital Damascus has killed 13 people

Police encounter leaves shooting suspect dead, officer hurt

A shooting suspect who wounded an officer while fleeing police in Alabama is dead

Red Wine Toothpaste May Eventually Help You Fight…

A scientific study says a chemical found in red wine may help with oral health. Before you reach for the cabernet, TC Newman has more information!

The Latest: School security camera delays misled…

For almost a half-hour after a school shooter dropped his assault-style rifle and escaped Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, police officers thought they were seeing his actions live on the school's security system

Firefighter charged with lighting children's hands on fire

A Vermont firefighter is charged with lighting his children's hands on fire in what he told police was an attempt to teach them about poor decision-making

GM pitches $2.8 billion investment in S Korea…

GM proposes a $2.8 billion investment over ten years to save its South Korea operations. Ryan Brooks reports.

Dutch prosecutors reject calls for criminal tobacco case

Dutch prosecutors said Thursday they will not open a criminal investigation into four major tobacco companies on charges including attempted murder or manslaughter, saying such a case would be unlikely to lead to a conviction

Florida to execute man in 1993 slaying of college student

Florida is scheduled to execute a man convicted of raping and killing a college student in 1993 so he could steal her car

Nigerian Army Rescues About 80 Girls Abducted By…

Exactly how many girls are still missing after Monday's attack on a school is still unclear.

Sheriff on gun law opposition: I'm calling BS

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel's call for action to keep American schools safe.

Why Apple Is Reportedly Looking Into Mining…

Apple might have a battery problem on its hands. No, not that one . Apple needs cobalt for its iPhone batteries, but experts fear a potential shortage of the metal with the proliferation of electric vehicles, which require over 1,000 times more cobalt for their batteries than do smartphones. Bloomberg...

Survivor calls out NRA rep: How dare you?

Florida shooting survivor Alfonso Calderon responds to NRA spokeswoman's town hall answers.

After School Threat, Cops Find Cache of Guns, Ammo

Police say they found a cache of guns and ammo, including two AR-15 rifles, in the home of a student who was overheard saying "he was going to shoot up the school sometime in the next three weeks." Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell says the "disgruntled" 17-year-old was reported...

Florida doctor facing long Medicare fraud sentence

A federal judge is likely to sentence a politically prominent Florida eye doctor to about two decades in prison for stealing $73 million in one of history's largest Medicare frauds

Texas governor weighs parole board's advice on…

A condemned Texas inmate set for execution is awaiting word on whether Gov. Greg Abbott will accept the state parole board's rare clemency recommendation to spare the prisoner's life at the urging of his father.

China probing possible violation of UN sanctions…

China says it is "highly concerned" about a reported ship-to-ship transfer on the high seas that could violate U.N. sanctions on North Korea