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Authorities thwart potentially deadly high school attack
Nichole Cevario, 18, had allegedly been planning for months to carry out the attack, according to Maryland police.
Trial scheduled for dad accused of dropping girl off bridge
A trial date has been set for a Florida man accused of throwing his young daughter to her death off a Tampa Bay area bridge
Vegas attorney's death, originally ruled suicide , now being called a murder
Susan Winters' family believes her husband, who has denied all wrongdoing, killed the 48-year-old part-time judge.
Authorities foil alleged massacre planned for a DC-area school
An 18-year-old student kept a diary filled with detailed plans of the alleged attack.
Maryland teen was plotting mass school shooting, police say
A Maryland high school student is expected to face charges after a journal with a detailed plan for a mass shooting at her school was found in her home, in addition to a shotgun and bomb-making materials, authorities said. On March 23, the father of the suspect, Nichole Cevario, 18, told officials
Physicians call for drug abuse to be treated as 'chronic disease'
With drug overdoses causing tens of thousands of deaths every year in the U.S., physicians are calling for the crisis to be treated like a medical emergency. Today, the American College of Physicians (ACP) published a position paper arguing that action needs to be taken by the medical community and
Some balk as Seattle seeks to spend more money on homeless
Seattle's mayor wants residents to approve a property tax boost to raise $55 million a year to combat homelessness
Review: Aimee Mann offers delicate takes on 'Mental Illness'
Aimee Mann plays to an illusory type on "Mental Illness," a serene album of delicate, mournful songs with characters walking off cliffs, stuck in holes and escaping to amusement parks
The Note: The aftermath of the failed health care push
Trump's first 100 day's with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 67 THE BIG STORY: President Trump is coming off of a week where he lost both credibility and control. He also lost something that is harder to define and may be harder to restore: the mystique of power. Since November, even
Antidepressant dose doubled before girl streamed her suicide
A month before a South Florida foster child live-streamed her suicide on Facebook Live, the dosage of an antidepressant given to her was doubled by a doctor