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1. Richard Gates, former top campaign aide to Trump, pleads guilty in Russia investigation03:30[−]

Richard W. Gates III, who helped manage Donald Trump’s presidential campaign after making millions of dollars advising Ukraine’s pro-Kremlin government, pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy against the United States and lying to federal agents, becoming the latest former Trump aide to cooperate...

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2. World powers press for cease-fire in Syria, but U.N. doesn't act02:35[−]

As Syrian warplanes continued to bombard a civilian enclave outside Damascus, killing hundreds, key European leaders demanded a cease-fire Friday while the United Nations struggled to bring Russia on board with the plan to end the carnage.

The U.N. Security Council scheduled, then postponed, then...

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3. Trump administration hits North Korea with more sanctions01:30[−]

Seeking to further isolate North Korea, the Trump administration on Friday announced a broad new raft of economic sanctions against 56 companies, ships and people around the world that allegedly aid the government in Pyongyang in pursuing its nuclear ambitions.

President Trump, who was supposed...

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4. Leaving Las Vegas? Check your bags, grab your boarding pass and dump that pot00:00[−]

Check your bags, dump the weed.

McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas is now offering travelers a chance to dispose of any marijuana they might have on them before hopping onto a flight. So-called “amnesty boxes” have been installed at the airport and soon will be located at smaller airports...

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5. Everything you need to know about who’s been charged in the Russia caseПт., 23 февр.[−]
Here's a guide to who's been charged, how they're connected to President Trump, what they're accused of doing and who's cooperating with prosecutors.

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6. Florida governor breaks with NRA, backs tighter gun restrictionsПт., 23 февр.[−]

As teachers returned Friday to the Florida high school where a shooter killed 17 students and instructors, the state’s governor announced sweeping plans to tighten gun laws and bar anyone younger than 21 from purchasing a firearm.

The proposal marked a dramatic break with the National Rifle Assn....

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7. Members of the first generation to grow up with social media at its fingertips launch a gun-control movementПт., 23 февр.[−]
After a gunman killed 14 of their peers and three school staff members on the grounds of their Parkland, Fla., school last week, the reaction to share facts, questions and outrage on social media was immediate.

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8. Trump unleashes on gun policy, immigrants and Democrats in rambling campaign-style speechПт., 23 февр.[−]

President Trump revived some favorite campaign staples in a highly partisan speech to conservative activists Friday — including an anti-immigrant song and a "lock her up" chant — unleashing himself after tense weeks that saw a school massacre, more White House turmoil and fresh indictments against...

9. Wages are finally starting to rise, but not for the middle classПт., 23 февр.[−]

Jorge Hunzelmann was pleased enough when his employer bumped up his pay this year by $2.50 an hour to $19.50.

Hunzelmann, a truck driver, is a beneficiary of a tightening labor market. But he does not have company-provided health benefits, and thankful as he was for the raise, the 52-year-old father...

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10. These are the Florida students behind the movement to end gun violenceПт., 23 февр.[−]
In the White House, in town halls and on social media, many students have become activists and national voices after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. This is who they are.

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11. Trump's four positions on gun control in one weekПт., 23 февр.[−]

President Trump has offered four responses to the killings of 17 students and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida: banning sales of guns to people younger than 21; expanding background checks; new regulations to ban so-called bump stocks, which were used in the previous horrific...

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12. An armed deputy was outside Florida school when rampage took place but chose not to confront the shooterПт., 23 февр.[−]

An armed sheriff’s deputy tasked with protecting students at a Florida high school waited outside during last week’s shooting massacre that killed 17 people inside, law enforcement officials said Thursday.

Scot Peterson, who was assigned to the school as a resource officer, did not enter Marjory...

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13. Texas governor spares death row inmate who plotted murder of his mother and brotherПт., 23 февр.[−]

Half an hour before he was scheduled to be executed, a man convicted of masterminding the murder of his mother and younger brother was granted clemency Thursday by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.

Abbott, a former state attorney general and Texas Supreme Court judge, noted that he has presided over 30 executions...

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14. As gun debate roils on, teachers in this Texas school are already armedПт., 23 февр.[−]

In the days since a 19-year-old gunman stormed onto his former high school campus in Parkland, Fla., killing 17 people with an AR-15 assault rifle, the nation has been embroiled in a debate over what to do about school violence: How do you make it stop?

Here at Argyle High School, they already...

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15. This is why the mayor of Los Angeles is visiting an early presidential primary stateПт., 23 февр.[−]

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is not well known in this rural Southern town of 2,882 residents.

So there were lots of questions when the dapper 47-year-old Democrat, who presides over a city of nearly 4 million, strolled into a local health and fitness center Wednesday evening, grinning broadly...

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16. Trump intensifies his push for arming teachers amid bipartisan criticismПт., 23 февр.[−]

President Trump on Thursday pressed his case for arming teachers to fight school shooters, despite widespread criticism, and for the first time suggested bonus payments for those who carry concealed firearms.

The president also called for making 21 the minimum age for buying long guns. Gun rights...

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17. Mueller more than doubles criminal charges against Manafort and GatesПт., 23 февр.[−]

For years, Ukraine was a lucrative source of income for Paul Manafort and Richard Gates, two high-powered American political consultants who made tens of millions of dollars wielding their talents on behalf of the pro-Moscow government in Kiev.

But the cash dried up when political unrest forced...

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18. Australia and U.S. work to repair relationship after early Trump thrashingПт., 23 февр.[−]

President Trump was still settling into the Oval Office early last year when he blasted Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull over the phone for what the president called the “worst deal ever.”

At issue was then-President Obama’s agreement to accept about 1,250 refugees who had fled to Australia,...

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19. Missouri governor indicted in connection with nude photo he purportedly took of womanПт., 23 февр.[−]

Embattled Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted Thursday on felony invasion of privacy charges in connection with a nude photo he allegedly took of a woman with whom he was having an affair, St. Louis prosecutors said.

Greitens, a Republican who was elected in 2016, has faced a barrage of questions...

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20. It's been a generation since Congress passed a gun control law. Will young protesters change that?Чт., 22 февр.[−]

For days now, the airwaves and social media have been filled with the voices of young people, thick with righteousness and anger, vowing never again.

But will the student-led protests against gun violence dramatically change the politics and lead the president and Congress to act in a way that...

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21. GOP rattled by Pennsylvania congressional race in the heart of Trump countryЧт., 22 февр.[−]

The dismayed laborers from shuttered coal yards and steel mills didn’t have to shift political allegiances to vote for President Trump in this part of the Rust Belt. They had been electing Republicans long before he showed up on the ballot.

That explains why party leaders in a congressional district...

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22. Sen. Marco Rubio challenged by angry students, teachers and parents at Florida forum on shootingЧт., 22 февр.[−]

Republican Sen. Marco Rubio was challenged at a town hall Wednesday night by angry students, teachers and parents who were demanding stronger gun control measures after the school shooting that killed 17 people at a Florida high school.

One of those confronting Rubio at a CNN's “Stand Up” town...

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23. Trump suggests arming schools in emotional meeting with gun violence survivors and parentsЧт., 22 февр.[−]

President Trump hosted an extraordinarily emotional debate over guns and schools at the White House on Wednesday, listening for more than an hour as student survivors and grieving parents parried ideas to prevent firearms deaths, their gentle disputes hinting at the nation’s divisions.

The president...

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24. Conspiracy theories about Florida school shooting survivors have gone mainstreamЧт., 22 февр.[−]

In a world of senseless chaos and cruelty, there are apparently two ways to comprehend what’s driving the student-led gun control activism spreading across the country:

1. After a gunman killed 17 students and faculty at a high school in Parkland, Fla., last week, the students have launched a movement...

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25. $1.5-million reward offered to solve 2001 slaying of federal prosecutor and gun control activistЧт., 22 февр.[−]

Federal investigators have spent 16 years attempting to track down the killer of Thomas C. Wales, 49, the first federal prosecutor in U.S. history to be killed in the line of duty.

FBI and Justice Department officials still can’t say with certainty who stood in the darkness outside the window of...

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