The Florida high school where a former student shot and killed 17 people with an assault-type rifle is reopening for teachers Friday as the community grappled with word that the armed officer on campus did nothing to stop the shooter.
Judy Woodruff talks with Maddison Westcott, a Rio Salado College student, and Ian Parish, a Liberty University student, about various restrictions and other gun control measures being raised, as well the prospect of arming teachers.
The deputy who was on duty at a high school where 17 people were massacred waited outside the building for about four minutes without ever going in, a Florida sheriff says.
As dozens of survivors from the Florida school shooting lobbied the Republican-led Florida legislature for tougher gun control, thousands across the country heeded a call to walk out of classes, massing at Florida’s state capitol, as well as the U.S.
Student-led rallies in support of gun control are picking up momentum in Florida and around the country, in part born out of anger over the easy availability of assault-style weapons. Judy Woodruff gets perspectives from Camille Richter and Jake Bennett,…
After last week's mass shooting at a Florida school, "students are scared," gasping even at the sound of the normal school announcement system going off, says Mike Conrad, a teacher at a high school outside Detroit. Conrad joins Judy Woodruff…
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Tuesday, attorney Alex van der Zwaan appeared in court after admitting to lying to investigators over his contacts with former Trump campaign official Rick Gates, who was indicted last year on money laundering and other charges.
For the first time in a week -- packed with new indictments in the Russia investigation, a mass shooting that killed 17 at a school and questions about Jared Kushner's security clearance -- White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders…
The state House has voted down a motion to take up a bill that would ban assault rifles, effectively killing the measure for this session.
By PBS NewsHour
The FBI says it got a tip about the man accused of murdering 17 people in Parkland, Florida, but never investigated. Director Christopher Wray said on Friday that a caller warned the bureau of Nikolas Cruz's desire to kill people.
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