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FBI interviewed Orlando shooting suspect 3 times

FBi intervied orlando shooter three timesThe FBI conducted three interviews of the man suspected of killing 50 people early Sunday morning in an Orlando nightclub, the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.

An official said the FBI first became aware of the suspect, Omar Mateen, 29, in 2013 when he made "inflammatory comments to coworkers alleging possible terrorist ties."


Solar Impulse 2 lands in New York City

solar Impulse 2The clean energy airplane Solar Impulse 2 landed in New York City early Saturday, completing its cross-country journey that began in San Francisco April 24.

The plane, which is powered by 17,000 solar cells on its wide wings, flies at an average speed of 28 mph and runs on stored energy at night, pilots Andre Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard told CBS News.


Boarding schools for young under scrutiny amid abuse cases

Fessden School abuse reportsSexual abuse scandals have erupted in recent years at a number of elite boarding schools, including St. George's in Rhode Island and Phillips Exeter in New Hampshire. But what sets Fessenden and Indian Mountain apart is the age of the students. These "junior boarding schools" accept children before ninth grade, some as young as 10 and 11.

Victims and their advocates say the abuse cases underscore how vulnerable younger children are at boarding schools, where they are often far from home, away from their parents, for the first time in their lives. Several say boarding programs for students so young should be reconsidered.


Orlando Mayor: 50 dead in act of terrorism at Pulse nightclub

Shooting in OrlandoOrlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said that at least 50 people were killed and 53 more were hospitalized in what law enforcement are are considering a mass shooting at a nightclub in an act of domestic terrorism Sunday.

Dozens of people were taken hostage inside the Pulse nightclub between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. on Sunday morning by a gunman carrying an assault rifle, a handgun. He also was possibly outfitted with an explosive device, police said.


Stanford sexual assault: students plan graduation protest as anger grows

Stanford graduates will protestThe rape survivor support group meeting at Stanford University on Tuesday started with birthday cake. But when the sweets were gone and the birthday song ended, the pain began again.

“Did you guys want to talk about your feelings about the Brock Turner case?” one woman asked, shaken and emotional. “I’m feeling really sad and angry.”


Georgia judge denies transgender request for name change

Georgia judge David RoperA Georgia judge rejected a transgender man's request for a name change, saying that his masculine choice of name could be "dangerous."

Superior Court Judge J. David Roper rejected the petition of 24-year-old Rowan Feldhaus, who is female but identifies as male, to change his middle name from "Elizabeth" to "Elijah" saying: "I don't know anybody named Elijah who's female."


'The Voice' singer Christina Grimmie dies after shooting

Voice singer killed after concertA gunman opened fire at a Florida concert venue as a onetime star of "The Voice" signed autographs for fans after a show, killing the performer before fatally shooting himself, officials said Saturday.

A publicist for Christina Grimmie, Heather Weiss, said in an email early Saturday that "we can confirm that Christina has passed and went home to be with the Lord." The Orlando Police Department also confirmed on its official Twitter page that Grimmie had died.


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