Parkland School Shooting

Survivors of the Parkland shooting are urging the government to declare a national emergency on gun violence.
The suspended Broward County sheriff accused of "incompetence" has filed paperwork to run again in 2020.
The graphic video was branded “horrible,” “f**ked up” and “triggering” for survivors like her. A Pulse nightclub survivor has also called it "insensitive."
The deputies ran away during the 2018 shooting in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead, an investigation found.
But the 19-year-old gun control advocate said these threats haven't dissuaded him from his activism. "I’m not going to stop," he said.
The teen called the decision "deeply disturbing," arguing that Harvard has hired "bigots and antisemites" historically.
Jefferson County Superintendent Jason Glass said he's considering demolishing the Colorado school and building a new one, according to local reports.
Scot Peterson was charged with negligence and child neglect for not entering the building during the shooting.
Scot Peterson is facing seven counts of child neglect and three counts of culpable negligence more than a year after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting.
The NBA legend stunned students when he was introduced as the guest speaker at the ceremony.
Kashuv, a pro-gun advocate, used slurs on multiple occasions, two Parkland teens told HuffPost.
"I'm not crying, you're crying," claimed one Twitter fan.
The pop icon’s latest track from her album “Madame X” is a rallying cry of resilience.
The bill now heads to the desk of Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is expected to sign it into law.
At least 20 lawsuits filed Wednesday allege negligence from the local school district and sheriff's office related to last year's mass shooting in Parkland, Florida.
"Our community is paying a heavy price" for that, said Ryan Petty, whose daughter died in the Florida school massacre.
NRA official Mark Richardson emailed a day after the Parkland shooting to say the shooter "was not alone."
The condition is incredibly common, yet under-discussed.
Jeff Kasky, whose son survived the high school shooting, wants “reasonable safety controls” on “these weapons of war."
Communities devastated by mass violence need mental health services long after the news trucks have gone home.