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Britain is investigating whether Facebook, the world's largest social media network, did enough to protect data.

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"These are the students that we were waiting for," said one advocate whose mother survived the shooting at Sandy Hook.

French officer who traded places with hostage dies

"France will never forget his heroism, bravery and sacrifice," the country's interior minister said.

Hundreds of thousands expected to participate in March for Our Lives

"Let us pray with our legs, let us march in unison to the rhythm of justice, because I say enough is enough," said one Parkland shooting survivor.

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A spring storm excited Southern California, but experts say it did little to change long-term drought conditions.