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Second Parkland shooting survivor kills himself, police confirm

Second parkland survivor suicideAfter a second Parkland shooting survivor died by suicide in a week’s span, Florida’s emergency chief is calling for the state Legislature to dispatch more mental health resources for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School community.

On Saturday night, a Parkland sophomore took his own life, according to Coral Springs police. A week before, a former student whose best friend died in last year’s massacre took her life.

“Now is the time for the Florida Legislature to help,” said Jared Moskowitz, Florida’s emergency management director and a former state representative from Parkland.

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9-year-old US citizen detained at the border for more than 30 hours

9 year old American detained at borderA 9-year-old United States citizen was detained by Customs and Border Patrol officials for more than 30 hours this week after she tried to cross the U.S-Mexico border on her walk to school.

The young girl, identified by a local NBC station as Julia Isabel Amparo Medina, was making her daily commute with her 14-year-old brother, Oscar, on Monday from their home in Tijuana, Mexico, to school in Ysidro, California, according to the station.

But due to heavy traffic at the time, the two reportedly decided to continue their commute by walking across the U.S.-Mexico border instead of waiting in the car for fear of being tardy for class.

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Sydney Aiello, who survived the Parkland high school shooting, dies by suicide

Parkland survivor commits suicideA recent graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who survived the Parkland school shooting has died by suicide, the student's mother told CBS Miami.

Sydney Aiello was 19 when she died Sunday, according to a GoFundMe page set up in her honor.

"She lit up every room she entered. She filled her days cheerleading, doing yoga, and brightening up the days of others. Sydney aspired to work in the medical field helping others in need," the campaign says.

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Betsy DeVos strikes out — in court

Betsy DeVos strikes out in court

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ attempts to swiftly roll back major Obama-era policies at her agency are hitting a roadblock: federal courts.

Judges have rebuffed DeVos’ attempts to change Obama policies dealing with everything from student loan forgiveness to mandatory arbitration agreements to racial disparities in special education programs.

As a result, the Education Department is being forced to carry out Obama-era policies that the Trump administration had been fighting to stop — stymying DeVos’ efforts to quickly impose a conservative imprint on federal education policy over the past two years.

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Judge blocks laws passed by Wisconsin Republicans in lame-duck session

Gov. Tony Evers of WisconsinA Wisconsin judged ruled to block laws passed by Republicans in the state during a lame-duck session and restored powers to Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and Democratic Attorney General Josh Kaul.

Dane County Judge Richard Niess issued a temporary injunction Thursday, stating that all of the laws passed during the session were unlawful because the so-called "extraordinary session" they met to pass them during isn't explicitly permitted in the state's constitution.

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FBI joins criminal probe into Boeing 737 Max 8 safety certification in wake of crashes

FBI joins criminal probe into Boeing 737 Max 8 certification

The FBI has joined the widening criminal probe into how Boeing's 737 Max 8 jets were deemed as safe in the months before two of them crashed in Indonesia and Ethiopia, leading to a worldwide grounding of the vaunted planes amid scrutiny of U.S. certification standards.

A person familiar with the inquiry told USA TODAY on Wednesday that the FBI is assisting federal transportation authorities in their investigation into the jet's certification process, which has come under criticism for possible cozy relationships between Boeing and FAA inspectors.

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Catholic Church scandal: 395 Illinois priests, deacons accused of sexual misconduct

395 clergy accused of sexual misconduct in IllinoisNearly 400 Catholic clergy members in Illinois have been accused of sexual misconduct, but church officials have only informed congregants of a fraction of those who have faced allegations, according to attorneys who represented clergy sex abuse victims across the USA.

A 182-page report, published Wednesday by the Minnesota-based law firm Jeff Anderson and Associates, includes the names, background information, photos and assignment histories of each accused clergy member.

“The danger of sexual abuse in Illinois is clearly a problem of today, not just the past,” the report concludes. “This will continue to be a danger until the identities and histories of sexually abusive clerics, religious employees and seminarians are made public.”

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