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After school shooting, Florida leaders propose new gun laws
Florida's governor announced plans Friday to put more armed guards in schools and to make it harder for young adults and some with mental illness to buy guns, responding to days of intense lobbying from survivors of last week's shooting at a Florida high school.
Official: Doctor flying missing plane may have lacked oxygen
Perils abroad, full plate at home as President Trump opens 2nd year
Sessions terminates U.S. policy that let legal pot flourish
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration threw the burgeoning movement to legalize marijuana into uncertainty Thursday as it lifted an Obama-era policy that kept federal authorities from cracking down on the pot trade in states where the drug is legal.
Jim Litke: Sports in 2018 to be long on hype, short on suspense
The coming year in sports will be long on hype, short on fresh faces, and just like Floyd Mayweather Jr. taking his sweet time to dismantle Conor McGregor, shorter still on suspense by the end.
NASA researchers working on lunar rover mini science lab
Even as President Donald Trump signed a directive this month to put boots back on the moon, a team of NASA researchers continued work on a quiet project to send an unmanned rover there.
Survivors recall attack on mosque in Egypt’s Sinai, 305 dead
Kushner taking on quieter role in White House
Trump signs tax cut in 'rush job' Oval Office event
In the end, Donald Trump’s top achievement as president— a $1.5 trillion tax overhaul — was finalized in a “rush job” of an affair. And that was OK with him.
Gorsuch establishes conservative credibility in first year on court
More than 2,000 conservatives in tuxedos and gowns recently filled Union Station's main hall for a steak dinner and the chance to cheer the man who saved the Supreme Court from liberal control.
Amazon in real life, and other trends: A look at what's different this holiday shopping season
Shoppers mobilize on Thanksgiving, retailers branch out
Congress coming back to crush of business in a fraught time
The crush of unfinished business facing lawmakers when they return to the Capitol would be daunting even if Washington were functioning at peak efficiency.