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School shooting suspect legally purchased AR-15 within past year

School shooting suspect legally purchased AR-15 within past year

When asked what kind of action should be taken , Hogg said "any action, at this point, instead of just complete stagnancy and blaming the other side of the political aisle would be a step in the right direction". Police say Cruz was armed with multiple magazines and at least one AR-15 style rifle. Cruz legally bought the semiautomatic rifle at a Broward County gun shop last February .


South Africa's new president vows to tackle corruption

South Africa's new president vows to tackle corruption

South African lawmakers formally named Ramaphosa, the only candidate, as new president on Thursday after scandal-tainted Zuma resigned under intense pressure from the ruling ANC party . Speaking in Zulu, he said he believed he had performed the task given to him by the country, but where he had erred, "may I please be forgiven". Zuma, while announcing his resignation , said that he disagreed with his party's decision.



How Many Land Securities Group plc (LON:LAND)'s Analysts Are Bearish?

About 293,632 shares traded or 41.00% up from the average. GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes S.A. (NYSE:GOL) has risen 224.93% since February 15, 2017 and is uptrending. Cambian Group plc, together with its subsidiaries, provides specialist educational and behavioral health services for children in the United Kingdom.


Report says rents rose across Ireland by average of 10.4%

Report says rents rose across Ireland by average of 10.4%

The data also revealed that there were only 3,143 properties available to rent nationwide on 1 February this year - the lowest number since Daft.ie started collecting data back in 2006. In response to the report, the Government acknowledged that rental prices are likely to continue rising in the short term "until such time as the supply response helps to balance the current high demand, particularly in our cities".


Fannie Mae to seek $3.7B from Treasury, cites tax-cut losses

Fannie Mae to seek $3.7B from Treasury, cites tax-cut losses

Fannie Mae had warned in its third-quarter 10-Q that "if legislation significantly lowering the USA corporate income tax rate is enacted, we expect to incur a significant net loss and net worth deficit". According to the financial news site, Fannie and Freddie have together paid about $90 billion more to the U.S. Treasury than they received during the 2008 crisis.