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Shooting at Ft. Lauderdale Airport Leaves 5 Dead, 8 Injured
The gunman walked into baggage claim, loaded his gun, which was checked in his luggage, and opened fire inside Terminal 2.
The Latest: Official: Gunman Said Gov't Controlled His Mind
A law enforcement official says the Florida airport gunman told the FBI in November that the government was controlling his mind and was forcing him to watch Islamic State group videos
Suspect Identified in Fatal Shooting at Fort Lauderdale Airport
A suspected shooter in custody has been identified as Esteban Santiago, according to law enforcement sources.
Obama Says John Glenn 'Lifted the Hopes of a Nation'
The death of legendary astronaut John Glenn sparked an outpouring of tributes, including from President Obama, who said the space pioneer "lifted the hopes of a nation." "With John's passing, our nation has lost an icon and Michelle and I have lost a friend," Obama said. "John spent his life
Vice Presidential Candidates Prep for Their Debate
Donald Trump may have boasted about shunning traditional debate prep, but his running mate and Hillary Clinton 's aren't leaving anything up to chance. Before Gov. Mike Pence, R-Indiana, and Sen. Tim Kaine , D-Virginia, face off at Longwood University on Tuesday, they're both working on their
Kaine Tells Florida Politicians to Stop 'Social Darwinism Me First' Trump
Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine met with Florida mayors and elected officials today, encouraging them to deliver the state for his running mate Hillary Clinton by contrasting the Clinton-Kaine ticket from what he called a " Social Darwinism me first" Donald Trump . Kaine made the
CDC Monitoring 320 Pregnant Women in US After Zika Infection
Evidence of the Zika virus has been found in at least 320 pregnant women in the U.S. according to a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden called the virus a “silent epidemic” as it continues to spread across the Americas. While the virus
Where VP Vetting Stands as Field Widens
The veepstakes for the 2016 presidential campaign is ramping up as at least two people have now been confirmed as candidates who’re being vetted. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is being considered as a possible running mate for Donald Trump and Sen. Elizabeth Warren is being vetted as one of the
Senators Introduce Bipartisan Gun Proposal, But Skepticism Remains
Five Democrats and four Republicans: it’s rare to see such a bipartisan press conference in the Senate, especially on an issue as volatile as gun safety. But that was the makeup at an event today (four Democrats and one Democrat-caucusing Independent, to be exact) announcing a bipartisan bill on