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    A student who opened fire on a classmate at Maryland’s Great Mills High School died Tuesday morning after injuring two people, St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron said at a news conference. >> READ MORE: Do video games lead to violence seen in Parkland, other mass shootings? |  How to cope with fears, sadness after a mass shooting | How to talk to your child about traumatic events like school shooting | What to do if you are in an 'active shooter' situation | MORE
  • Florida prosecutors will ask for the death penalty for confessed Parkland school gunman Nikolas Cruz, State Attorney Michael Satz said Tuesday.  >> Read more trending news  Satz said he filed a 'notice of intent to seek death' in the 17 first-degree murder counts stemming from the Feb. 14 rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 14 students and three adults dead. Cruz is also charged with attempted murder in the shootings of 17 others who survived. Cruz is scheduled for an arraignment Wednesday on the murder and attempted murder charges. Cruz offered to plead guilty to the charges several weeks ago if prosecutors removed the death penalty from the table. >>Related: Senior at Parkland high school recalls moments when gunman opened fire If he does reach a plea deal with prosecutors, the only other option for Cruz is life in prison without the possibility of parole. The Associated Press contributed to this report.
  • A North Georgia teacher, known as the longtime radio voice of Dalton High School football and basketball, is in custody after he fired at least one shot inside a classroom, police said. >> READ MORE: Who is Randal Davidson, the Dalton High School teacher accused of firing a shot in classroom? | Ivanka Trump: 'I don't know' if teachers should be armed | Teachers to Trump: #ArmMeWith funding, supplies and resources, not guns | Florida sheriff details proposal to arm teachers, school employees | MORE
  • Presidential adviser and son-in-law to the president Jared Kushner has had his security clearance downgraded, according to media reports citing unnamed government sources. >> Read more trending news  The downgrade means that Kushner, a senior presidential adviser and the husband of President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, will no longer have access to top secret, classified documents, according to CNN. Kushner was not the only White House staffer affected by the move. In a memo sent last week, access for all staffers with an interim security clearance was also downgraded, according to media reports. The move follows the resignation last month of former staff secretary Rob Porter amid allegations of domestic abuse by two former ex-wives. During the media storm that followed the Porter allegations, sources revealed that Porter, Kushner and dozens of other White House aides had regular access to top secret U.S. documents without permanent security clearances. According to Politico, which first reported the story Tuesday, Kushner's clearance has been reduced to secret and his foreign policy responsibilities are expected to be reduced as well. For months, Kushner has been unable to pass an extensive FBI background check, something that's required for top security clearances. White House Chief of Staff John Kelly moved this month to end the temporary clearances of staffers who have been operating under them since last summer, CNN reported. Kushner's attorney said in a statement that the change in security clearance would 'not affect Mr. Kushner's ability to do the very important work he has been assigned by the president,' Politico reported.  White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders would not answer a question about Kushner's security clearance at Tuesday's briefing, but Kelly said last week in a statement that he expected Kushner to continue with his work without any trouble.  'I have full confidence in his ability to continue performing his duties in his foreign policy portfolio including overseeing our Israeli-Palestinian peace effort and serving as an integral part of our relationship with Mexico,” Kelly said
  • A police officer was fatally wounded and two sheriff’s deputies injured Friday after they were shot while serving a warrant in Locust Grove. Authorities said the suspected shooter was shot and killed by an officer. >> Read more trending news
  • One person is dead after a shooting Friday at a nursing home for veterans in Georgia.  >> Read more trending news Richmond County sheriff’s deputies were called to the Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home around 11:20 a.m. Deputies said that, upon arrival, they found a person dead of a gunshot wound.
  • People along the East and Gulf coasts took to social media Tuesday morning after a test tsunami warning was apparently confused for the real thing, prompting at least one company to send alerts to residents from Texas to New York City. >> Read more trending news The National Weather Service’s National Tsunami Warning Center sent out a monthly tsunami warning test around 8:30 a.m., according to officials. “We have been notified that some users received this test messages as an actual tsunami warning,” officials with the NWS regional office in Caribou, Maine, said on Twitter. “A tsunami warning is not in effect. Repeat, a tsunami warning is not in effect.”
  • The House Intelligence Committee on Friday released a controversial memo alleging missteps by the FBI and the Justice Department in the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and its possible ties to President Donald Trump’s campaign. READ MORE: Read the GOP memo accusing the FBI of misconduct | House Intelligence Committee votes to release controversial Nunes memo | What is a FISA warrant? | Democrats helped fund Trump-Russia dossier: 6 things to know | MORE
  • One person was killed and a police officer injured Thursday in a shooting reported in Louisville, according to multiple reports. >> Read more trending news
  • Los Angeles police are calling a shooting at a middle school Thursday morning that left five people injured “accidental,” according to news reports. A 12-year-old girl was first taken into custody, but after questioning, police determined the shooting at Salvador Castro Middle School was an accident. The victims ranged in age from 11 to 30, and at least one person was critically injured. >> Read more trending news  READ MORE: How to talk to your child about a traumatic event like a school shooting | What to do if you are in an 'active shooter' situation | MORE