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.
By Jim Salter, Associated Press
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner announced the indictment Thursday. She launched an investigation in January after Greitens admitted to an affair with his St. Louis hairdresser that began in March 2015. He was elected governor in November 2016.
The new indictment comes a week after Mueller filed charges against 13 Russians, accusing them of a vast conspiracy to undermine the U.S. presidential election.
“He is going to want support from Democrats and Republicans,” Raj Shah said of the president. “He is going to provide political cover for those who are willing to take leadership roles.”…
Leaders of the National Rifle Association are accusing supporters of gun control of exploiting the mass school shooting in Florida to promote an anti-gun agenda.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press and Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Turning to this year's elections, Trump told conservative activists at CPAC that Republicans must not be complacent in the fall midterms, warning of terrible consequences if Democrats take control of Congress.
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press and Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is the latest world leader to extend outreach to U.S. governors and big-city mayors in the age of Trump's "America First" policies.
By Christine Vestal, Stateline
In an opioid epidemic that began in the late 1990s, drug deaths have been climbing steadily every year, in nearly every state. A break in that trend, even if limited to just 14 states, has prompted cautious optimism among some…
By Mark Scolforo, Associated Press
A filing late Wednesday from Republican leaders in the Pennsylvania Legislature asks the U.S. Supreme Court to stop a new congressional map from being implemented. The document requested Justice Samuel Alito to intervene, saying the state Supreme Court overstepped its…
By Ryan Connelly Holmes
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Thursday the Department of Justice is cracking down on schemes that defraud seniors.
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