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Police say they thwarted mass shooting after arresting man with 5 guns in car

Matthew Smith, 37, was arrested in Springfield, Kentucky, Monday after police found five loaded weapons in his pickup truck.

Fundraiser for NCAA athlete disowned by family surpasses $100,000

“I never expected this amount of support,” said Division I athlete Emily Scheck, who was disowned by her family due to her sexuality.

Parkland survivors awarded international peace prize

Archbishop Desmond Tutu presented the prize in recognition of the students’ March For Our Lives gun control movement.

Ex-MSU president charged with lying to police about Nassar

If convicted of two felony and two misdemeanor counts of lying to a peace officer, the 71-year-old Simon faces up to four years in prison.

Julián Castro: Dems looking ‘toward a new generation of leadership’

In the newest installment of 'Off Script', former HUD Secretary Julián Castro discusses running for president as the nation weighs “whether we’re going to move forward” or become more “xenophobic and myopic.”