Trump denies collusion again, sparks lawmakers' concerns

While Trump has emphasized that his campaign did not collude with Russia, he has never condemned Russia since his inauguration and lawmakers are concerned.
Students seize control of gun debate, plan walkouts and march

Students are taking hold of the gun debate after the Florida school shooting by organizing school walkouts across the country and a march in Washington.
Mental health agency examined Nikolas Cruz in 2016, didn't hospitalize him

A crisis worker was called to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High to evaluate Nikolas Cruz in 2016 but decided against hospitalizing him, according a state report.
'Black Panther's' $192 million blows away box office

"Black Panther" blew past already high expectations to post the fifth-highest-grossing weekend debut ever.
As the Flu season shows signs of leveling off, a look back at how the flu vaccine came to be

This year's flu season has been reported as one of the worst in nearly a decade. And that means the flu shot is everywhere, from doctor's offices to drugstores. We take for granted that the flu vaccine is commonplace now…and that we don't have to worry about diseases like smallpox anymore. But just two centuries ago, millions of people were dying of all kinds of brutal diseases - and it took massive scientific exploration to develop the vaccinations that eradicated them


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