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- Parkland students: 'We will not be silenced' on guns
Survivors of last week’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., emerged from meetings with state lawmakers in Tallahassee, Fla., on Wednesday, vowing to continue their movement until U.S. lawmakers enact stricter gun laws.
- There will never be another Billy Graham, because the world that made him possible is gone
- Skullduggery Episode 6: Michael Cohen's 'stormy' screwup
Michael Isikoff and Dan Klaidman examine the latest legal screwups in Washington. Did Michael Cohen just put President Trump in potential legal jeopardy after he confirmed that he paid porn star Stormy Daniels $130,000? Isikoff and Klaidman speak with Larry Noble, former general counsel of the Federal Election Commission, about the legal implications of Cohen’s admission. They also speak with Lanny Davis, author of a new book, “The Unmaking of the President 2016: How FBI Director James Comey Cost Hillary Clinton the Presidency,” about the legal decisions made by Comey during the 2016 election. ...
- NRA rep to face survivors of Parkland school shooting
The survivors of last week’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., have been outspoken in their criticism of the National Rifle Association. And the NRA’s national spokeswoman, Dana Loesch, will come face to face with some of those survivors on Wednesday night during a live town hall.
- The 'crisis actors' lie spreads in wake of Florida shooting
- Gun control rally in Tallahassee; Parkland students meet with lawmakers
Student activists from the Florida high school where 17 teens and staff were shot and killed will call for a ban on assault-style weapons when they meet with lawmakers and hold a rally on Wednesday in Tallahassee, the state capital.
- The public role of psychoanalysts in the Trump era: 'We live in ominous times'
Psychoanalysts Jonathan Lear, Kerry J. Sulkowicz and Jerrold Post addressed the ethical and psychological implications of commenting publicly on national figures, including President Trump, at the American Psychoanalytic Association's 2018 national meeting.
- U.S. intelligence chief Coats defends visit by Russian spymasters
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats is defending a controversial secret visit to the United States by Russian spy chiefs — including one under U.S. sanctions imposed in 2014 to punish Russia for its annexation of the Ukrainian region of Crimea.
- Trump claims he 'never met' the woman who says he forcibly kissed her at Trump Tower
- Trump, inexplicably, says he has 'been much tougher on Russia than Obama'
- Profiles in expediency: 'Dumb' Romney welcomes endorsement of 'con man' Trump
The relationship between Donald Trump and Mitt Romney — who has been criticized for having particularly malleable positions — has followed a long and tortuous path, and more twists and turns likely lie ahead. Here is a timeline of the more head-snapping reversals in recent years.
- Teenagers stage 'lie-in' outside White House in support of Parkland shooting victims
A group of Washington, D.C., teenagers staged a “lie-in” outside the White House on Monday to show their support for the victims of last week’s mass shooting at a Florida high school — and to demand action from President Trump on gun control.
- Teens hold a 'lie-in' at White House calling for gun control
A group of Washington, D.C., teenagers staged a “lie-in” outside of the White House on Monday to show their support for the victims of last week’s mass shooting at a Florida high school — and to demand action from President Trump on gun control.
“We have organized this protest in solidarity with all of those who were affected by the horrific school shooting in Florida,” the organization said in a statement posted on its Facebook page. “We call on President Trump and leaders from both parties to finally act in the interest of America’s youth and end these tragic mass shootings!”
Dozens of teenagers participated in Monday’s lie-in. More than 700 people RSVP’d for the event on Facebook.
- Parkland students call out Trump, Rubio and the NRA
Students who survived the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., are demanding action on gun control — and they continue to call out President Trump's response to last week's massacre.
- Parkland students slam Trump for tying shooting to Russia probe: 'He has already made it about himself'
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students Aly Sheehy and Giuliana Matamoros were astounded that Donald Trump would use their tragedy to push back against U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into possible collusion between Moscow and his 2016 campaign.
- Trump: Russians are 'laughing their asses off' after stirring U.S. election chaos
President Trump asserted Sunday morning that he never said Russia did not attempt to meddle with the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Rather, he maintained, the repeated mentions of a hoax referred to the allegation that his campaign had colluded with Moscow, which he adamantly denies.
- Florida school shooting prompts gun-control rallies
Thousands of angry students, parents and residents demanded stricter gun control laws Saturday as new details were revealed about the suspect accused of shooting and killed 17 people in a Florida high school. Here's a look at gun-control rallies since the Florida school shooting.
- Ex-FBI agent: Here's how we handled Nikolas Cruz-like alerts
- The deserts of Namibia: Life and photography on nature's terms
Veteran photographer Gordon Donovan, Yahoo's Photo Editor, has returned from the huge open spaces of Namibia with some searingly candid images of great cats, pachyderms, zebra and giraffes on their home turf.
- White House insists latest Russia indictments prove 'NO COLLUSION'
The White House declared that the latest charges from the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election proved there was “NO COLLUSION” between President Trump’s campaign and Moscow-tied operatives.
- After Parkland, a new generation uses its voice against guns
- Read Mueller's full indictment against 13 Russians charged with election meddling
The U.S. Department of Justice announced charges on Friday against 13 Russians and three Russian entities for allegedly carrying out an elaborate plot to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
- Time is running out for Haitian women and girls in U.S. as refugees
For nearly 60,000 Haitians refugees in the U.S., protected status will end on July 22, 2019. But the conditions that drove them out of their country still exist. Women in particular are at risk from endemic sexual exploitation and violence. Here's the story of one of these women.
- Ex-FEC chief lawyer: Trump attorney may have made a 'colossal screwup' with Stormy Daniels statement
In the latest episode of "Skullduggery," the Yahoo News podcast with Michael Isikoff and Daniel Klaidman, a former FEC lawyer panned President Trump's attorney Michael Cohen's statement about facilitating a payment to porn star Stormy Daniels during the campaign.
- After Florida, is the tide finally turning on gun control?
- How Congress and Trump stymied Obama's mental-health gun-control rule
After the school shooting in Florida, President Trump emphasized the importance of mental health. But one of his first actions in the White House was to reverse Barack Obama's recommendation for a new regulation that would prevent people with severe mental health illnesses from purchasing guns.
- Plenty of warnings in Florida school shooting suspect's past, but 'we missed the signs'
- 'THIS IS US': Newspapers react to Florida school shooting
Yet another school shooting shocked the United States on Wednesday, as gunman Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people at his former high school in Parkland, Fla., near Miami. While the motives are unclear, the attack is familiar to the Americans public, which has seen a series of school shootings in recent years. “A HORRIFIC ACT,” blared the Florida Sun-Sentinel. “THIS IS US,” proclaimed the Daily News.
- Trump's revolving door of shame
The Trump administration has an unprecedented turnover rate of 34 percent, and scores of key posts remain unfilled. What we know now is that Trump isn't a guy who asks for help. He's not inspired by talent and intellect; he's threatened by it.
- Trump responds to Florida shooting with tweets and speech
President Trump's public response to the third-deadliest school shooting in U.S. history was a pair of messages posted to Twitter on Wednesday and an address to the nation on Thursday. For some, the extent of the death toll — and Trump's four-sentence tweets — made for an easy comparison with his predecessor.
- CNN's Philip Mudd breaks down on air while discussing Florida school shooting
Philip Mudd, a CNN counterterrorism expert and former CIA analyst and FBI deputy director, broke down in tears on the air on Wednesday while discussing the deadly mass shooting at a Florida high school.
- Trump is silent on the flu. Ebola? That was Obama's fault.
- 17 dead in shooting at Florida high school
A gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school in Parkland, Fla., on Wednesday, killing at 17 people and injuring more than a dozen others. The shooting suspect, a former student, was taken into custody in nearby Coral Springs.
- Pence on Porter scandal: 'The White House could've handled this better'
- VA head changed records to hide travel boondoggle, report alleges
- 'How in the hell was he still employed?' Gowdy launches congressional investigation into Porter scandal
The Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee says he has launched an investigation into the White House's decision to allow staff secretary Rob Porter to continue to work for months after it was reportedly informed by the FBI of domestic abuse allegations against him.
- Lawyer who made six-figure payment to Stormy Daniels: 'I will always protect Mr. Trump'
“Just because something isn’t true doesn’t mean that it can’t cause you harm or damage," said Michael Cohen, President Trump's personal attorney, in admitting that he paid a porn star to remain quiet about allegations of an affair.
- White House story on Porter 'doesn’t add up,' Washington insider says
- 'The United States is under attack': Intel chiefs say Russia targets midterm election
The heads of six top U.S. intelligence agencies said on Tuesday that Russian interference in American democracy has not diminished since the 2016 presidential race and is continuing heading into this year’s midterms.
- Trump's history of defending men — and attacking the women who accuse them
- Herman Cain says Trump doesn't have a racist bone in his body
Herman Cain says President Trump is not a racist and that he thinks his own time in the limelight as a 2012 Republican presidential candidate gives him an idea of what the president is going through right now.
- Obamas' official portraits revealed at the Smithsonian
- Millions flock to Carnival street parades across Germany
Millions of dressed-up revelers and schoolchildren took to the streets across Germany on Monday to celebrate Carnival with elaborate costumes, chocolates and fervor. Shrove Monday’s street parades in traditional Carnival strongholds like Cologne, Duesseldorf and Mainz in western Germany were drawing huge crowds of locals and tourists alike. Schools were closed throughout the region so children could attend the popular street parades that have floats, brass bands and dance groups who throw candy, chocolates and flowers to spectators.
- The hallelujah cure: Trump campaign adviser says pray away the flu
- Is THIS the year Texas goes Democratic? How grassroots organizers hope to make it happen
- Read the White House letter announcing Trump's decision not to declassify Dem memo
President Trump's lawyer informed the House Intelligence Committee on Friday of his decision not to declassify the Democratic memo that rebuts the claims of surveillance abuses during the FBI's Russia probe made in a controversial Republican memo Trump declassified the week before.
- Some Trump allies blame White House 'boys' club' for mishandling of Porter scandal
- A timeline of the Porter scandal engulfing the White House
- Skullduggery, Episode 5: The FBI under siege
On this episode of Yahoo News’ Skullduggery, co-hosts Michael Isikoff and Dan Klaidman take a closer look at the recent political attacks on the FBI and what it means for the country’s premier law enforcement agency. They talk to Mike Rogers, the former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, and Don Robinson, an ex-FBI agent based in Moscow, to get their thoughts on the current state of the bureau, its relationship with the White House and how and if the FBI can bounce back.
- Skullduggery, Episode 4: The spy, the reporter and the memo — the inside story