Who is your state’s most notorious? UPDATE: This map contains both inaccuracies and at least one possibly innocent man.
President Obama’s election commission says schools should keep students at home when balloting is going on.
When the members of One Direction heard they were Claire Davis’s favorite band, they decided to send her a message of support.
These are literally the faces of how we lived in 2013.
Students reported the tweets to police.
Developing story: Police have confirmed that a teacher and the gunman were shot and killed. According to reports, the teacher was in the military.
On March 24, 1998, two children shot up a middle school near Jonesboro, Arkansas, killing five, wounding ten, and setting the benchmark for a horrifying trend in America. This is the story of how the close-knit rural community healed — and didn’t — and what places like Newtown can learn from its example.
CNN’s Justin Lear didn’t exactly get the warmest response when he tweeted at a girl attending Lone Star College during today’s shooting.
Details are emerging in the Taft High School shooting, where 16-year-old Bryan Oliver shot another student in the chest with a shotgun last week. Oliver today pleaded not guilty to two charges of premeditated attempted murder with a firearm. He is being charged as an adult and could face 32 years to life on just one of the charges.
The 27-year-old is officially named the gunman in yesterday’s shooting at Northern Illinois University. Police announced the name of the shooter at a press conference today. Kazmierczak killed five people before killing himself, and had reportedly recently gone off his medication.
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