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Mpls. students walk out of school, march for gun reform

Mpls. students walk out of school, march for gun reform

The protest comes after a gunman allegedly opened fire at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla ., last week and killed 17 people. "We have students that are in behavior centers and then we try to integrate them back into their traditional schools", Runcie said. "I don't know how I'm ever going to step foot in that place again", he said of his high school.


Verify: Is Florida shooting survivor a 'crisis actor'?

Verify: Is Florida shooting survivor a 'crisis actor'?

On Tuesday, the President's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr , "liked" a tweet linking to an article which claimed Mr Hogg was an outspoken Trump-hater who should have told his father, a retired Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, that he knew the Florida gunman would snap.


NRA's Dana Loesch: 'Many in Legacy Media Love Mass Shootings'

NRA's Dana Loesch: 'Many in Legacy Media Love Mass Shootings'

Throughout the event, Rubio found himself in the hot seat, fielding the majority of the questions. The NRA has donated over $3 million to Rubio's campaigns. "She brought beauty and joy to everyone she was around", Guttenberg said. "It is not our job to follow up on red flags". He added, "Socialism is a movement that loves a smear", and that these smears include calling people racist, misogynist, and more.


Greyhound ending run to Nanaimo, Wilson line wants route

Greyhound ending run to Nanaimo, Wilson line wants route

The reaction from Northern officials over the decision from the Passenger Transportation Board to axe Greyhound services as of June 1st is one of disappointment. Kendrick says Greyhound has pushed municipal and provincial governments to consider a "community connectivity fund" to provide needed service. "And for some folks, that will involve hitchhiking".


Rohingya persecution, a outcome of hate: Amnesty

Rohingya persecution, a outcome of hate: Amnesty

The report dubbed " The State of the World's Human Rights " covers 159 countries and says there are no global leaders in the modern world who could become passionate proponents of human rights protection. The nationwide crackdown on drugs in the Phillipines by Mr Duterte was also heavily criticised in the Amnesty report, with 3,000 people having died in anti-drug operations since he took office in 2006.