March 24th
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Hundreds of Thousands to Rally Across the Country: The Latest on the March For Our Lives

As students gathered in Washington, D.C. on Saturday morning, more than 800 sister rallies were set to take place in cities around the world. Protesters in Washington, New York City and Boston lined up early, braving unseasonably cold temperatures

President Trump Released an Order Banning Most Transgender Troops From Serving

President Trump released an order banning most transgender troops from serving in the military except under "limited circumstances," following up on his calls last year to ban transgender individuals from serving

3 Explosive Devices Found at French Supermarket After Deadly Rampage, Official Says

A French judicial official says three homemade explosive devices have been found in the supermarket in southern France that was the site of a deadly attack by a man calling himself "a soldier" of the Islamic State

Chicago Fire Actress DuShon Monique Brown Dies at 49

DuShon Monique Brown, an actress best known for her role on NBC's Chicago Fire, died Friday. She was 49. On Chicago Fire, Brown played the witty and pragmatic Connie, the assistant to Chief Boden

Mark Zuckerberg Lost $10 Billion in One Week After Facebook’s Privacy Scandal
‘He Fell a Hero.’ French Officer Who Offered Himself to Gunman to Save Hostage Dies
Daylight Saving Time Could Soon Be Year-Round in Florida
Trade War Fears Deal U.S. Stock Market Its Worst Week in 2 Years
Meghan Markle Just Breathed New Life Into Speculation About Her Own Royal Baby Plans
Donald Trump Just Hired John Bolton. Here’s Why That Makes Some Nervous
Elon Musk Just Deleted His SpaceX and Tesla Facebook Accounts
The School Shooting Generation Has Had Enough