Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-00:00:00 / Publish by:-BUSINESS INSIDER

Calls reveal that authorities didn't thoroughly investigate Nikolas Cruz, even while people who knew him grew increasingly alarmed about his behavior.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-00:00:00 / Publish by:-BUSINESS INSIDER

See what's most important to Wall Street in Buffett's annual letter.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-00:00:00 / Publish by:-BUSINESS INSIDER

BI PRIME: It used to be that dual-class stock structures were reserved for family-run enterprises and the most successful companies. No more.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-00:00:00 / Publish by:-BUSINESS INSIDER

The deputy attorney general reportedly brought the new information to the White House's attention in early February.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-00:00:00 / Publish by:-BUSINESS INSIDER

Here's who's getting rich from Dropbox's IPO, filed on Friday.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-00:00:00 / Publish by:-BUSINESS INSIDER

BI PRIME: Jim Chanos explains the significance of China's real estate market and why he thinks it is the most important asset class in the world.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-00:00:00 / Publish by:-BUSINESS INSIDER

The social network says it regrets not doing so sooner.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-00:00:00 / Publish by:-BUSINESS INSIDER

Rick Gates, a former adviser to President Donald Trump's campaign, pleaded guilty to two counts related to conspiracy against the US and making false statements

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-00:00:00 / Publish by:-BUSINESS INSIDER

The car-rental giant Enterprise Holdings and the First National Bank of Omaha are among the companies that have cut ties with the NRA after boycott threats.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-00:00:00 / Publish by:-BUSINESS INSIDER

Haley said Trump's tweets make her job "interesting" and on some occasions, they take her by surprise.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-22:36:27 / Publish by:-CNN

When a woman close to the Parkland, Florida, school shooter called an FBI tip line in early January, she described a young man with an arsenal of knives and guns who was "going to explode" and said she feared him "getting into a school and just shooting the place up."

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-21:47:23 / Publish by:-CNN

When Coral Springs police officers arrived at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on February 14 in the midst of the school shooting crisis, many officers were surprised to find not only that Broward County Sheriff's Deputy Scot Peterson, the armed school resource officer, had not entered the building, but that three other Broward County Sheriff's deputies were also outside the school and had not entered, Coral Springs sources tell CNN. The deputies had their pistols drawn and were behind their vehicles, the sources said, and not one of them had gone into the school.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-19:33:34 / Publish by:-CNN

The Florida deputy who waited outside as a gunman targeted staff and students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, killing 17, was twice nominated as the School Resource Deputy of the Year and won the award in 2014, personnel records obtained by CNN show.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-22:01:23 / Publish by:-CNN

President Donald Trump continued to criticize the armed school resource officer in Parkland, Florida, who stayed outside of the school during the shooting, saying during a White House news conference conference that Scot Peterson "doesn't love the children, probably doesn't know the children."

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-15:02:22 / Publish by:-CNN

When Nikolas Cruz started shooting last week, an armed deputy stationed at the Florida school rushed to the building where students and teachers were being slaughtered. But he didn't go inside.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-15:02:22 / Publish by:-CNN

A survivor of the Stoneman Douglas shooting says that students and parents did everything they could to report the Parkland gunman before the shooting.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-22:12:15 / Publish by:-CNN

The second-ranking Senate Republican broke with President Donald Trump on Friday when he told CNN that the President's proposal to raise the legal age to buy a rifle to 21 may not "save lives" and doesn't get at the "root of the problem."

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-22:12:15 / Publish by:-CNN

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota asks NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch why she said "many in legacy media love mass shootings."

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-20:14:44 / Publish by:-CNN

Firearms bought at gun shows, transported over state lines and sold via straw purchases to criminals cause havoc in communities of color, even as the NRA and gun manufacturers profit from this awful trade. The NRA is shamefully selective in its outrage, writes Clay Cane.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-23:30:01 / Publish by:-CNN

David Turpin and Louise Turpin, the California couple accused of holding their 13 children captive and torturing all but one, are facing additional charges, a prosecution spokesman said Friday.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-10:37:00 / Publish by:-THE WASHINGTON POST

Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein told White House Counsel Donald McGahn that there would be further delays in the background investigation of the president’s son-in-law.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-12:46:00 / Publish by:-THE WASHINGTON POST

Before they joined the Trump campaign, Paul Manafort and Rick Gates made millions from foreign dictators. Now they’re accused of fraud.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-15:44:00 / Publish by:-THE WASHINGTON POST

Gates, who also served on Trump’s inaugural committee, is the third former aide to the president to admit guilt.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-16:54:00 / Publish by:-THE WASHINGTON POST

Gates moves Mueller closer to Manafort, which could move Manafort closer to cooperating, too.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-10:34:00 / Publish by:-THE WASHINGTON POST

In a rollicking, 75-minute speech at CPAC, Trump recites “The Snake” to bash immigrants and revives the divisive spirit of his campaign.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-06:39:00 / Publish by:-THE WASHINGTON POST

At CPAC, the president tried to recreate the thrill of campaigning and reminisced about the gentler media coverage he received as a businessman.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-11:41:00 / Publish by:-THE WASHINGTON POST

An appearance by Chairman Ajit Pai and his GOP colleagues on the Federal Communications Commission at CPAC offered an unexpected brush with a national battle over gun control — and a new ethics complaint questioning its political independence under President Donald Trump.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-11:29:00 / Publish by:-THE WASHINGTON POST

A standard demo of games for the Oculus headset included at least one that allowed players to shoot guns.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-10:42:00 / Publish by:-THE WASHINGTON POST

Since the 1999 Columbine shooting, police have decided that attacking an active shooter is preferable to waiting for the SWAT team. But the school resource officer in Parkland, Fla., did not attack.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-17:08:00 / Publish by:-THE WASHINGTON POST

The Republican governor’s proposal is his first major break with the National Rifle Association. It comes in response to the latest mass shooting at a Florida high school.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-00:58:41 / Publish by:-BBC NEWS

President Trump's ex-campaign chief paid ex-politicians to lobby for Ukraine, an indictment says.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-22:49:55 / Publish by:-BBC NEWS

Hertz and Enterprise Holdings are among corporate partners shunning the powerful gun lobby.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-01:59:25 / Publish by:-BBC NEWS

The employer of a Filipina maid who was found dead in a freezer is arrested in Lebanon.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-22:11:17 / Publish by:-BBC NEWS

Civilians in a rebel enclave bear the brunt of the bombing while world powers haggle.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-20:52:50 / Publish by:-BBC NEWS

President Trump says he wants some US teachers to be trained to tackle gunmen. What do British people think?

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-19:37:10 / Publish by:-BBC NEWS

The European Council president says the UK cannot "cherry pick" its future relationship with the EU.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-20:41:38 / Publish by:-BBC NEWS

Vehicle hits a security barrier near the White House and a female driver is apprehended by police, US secret service says.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-19:55:50 / Publish by:-BBC NEWS

The hair joke was one of several off-script moments as the president relished addressing supporters.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-17:01:50 / Publish by:-BBC NEWS

The IOC faces "the most important moment in its history" over whether it allows Russian athletes to parade with their national flag on Sunday.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-23:11:08 / Publish by:-BBC NEWS

At least 18 people are dead after two large explosions, one of them at the presidential palace.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-23:53:29 / Publish by:-ASSOCIATED PRESS

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida's governor announced plans Friday to put more armed guards in schools and to make it harder for young adults and some with mental illness to buy guns, responding to days of intense lobbying from survivors of last week's shooting at a Florida high school. Gov. Rick Scott unveiled his school safety proposals as teachers returned for the first time to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School since the shooting nine days ago that killed 17 people. The shooting sparked an intense push to restrict access to assault rifles fueled by student activists who swarmed the state Capitol demanding concrete gun control measures.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-01:20:56 / Publish by:-ASSOCIATED PRESS

BANGKOK (AP) — First, their villages were burned to the ground. Now, Myanmar's government is using bulldozers to literally erase them from the earth — in a vast operation rights groups say is destroying crucial evidence of mass atrocities against the nation's ethnic Rohingya Muslim minority. Satellite images of Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state, released to The Associated Press by Colorado-based DigitalGlobe on Friday, show that dozens of empty villages and hamlets have been completely leveled by authorities in recent weeks — far more than previously reported. The villages were all set ablaze in the wake of violence last August, when a brutal clearance operation by security forces drove hundreds of thousands of Rohingya into exile in Bangladesh.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-00:36:57 / Publish by:-ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON (AP) — A woman close to the man charged with killing 17 people at a Florida high school warned the FBI in chilling detail that he had a growing collection of guns and a temper so uncontrollable she worried about him "getting into a school and just shooting the place up." The Associated Press on Friday obtained a transcript of the Jan. 5 tip to the FBI's call center. The FBI acknowledged it failed to investigate the tip about 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz, but the transcript provides the fullest glimpse yet into the seriousness of the woman's concerns.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-01:07:10 / Publish by:-ASSOCIATED PRESS

They were little girls with dreams of Olympic gold when they started in gymnastics. Now they're women with lifelong injuries, suffocating anxiety and debilitating eating disorders. They are the other victims of USA Gymnastics. Thirteen former U.S. gymnasts and three coaches interviewed by The Associated Press described a win-at-all-cost culture rife with verbal and emotional abuse in which girls were forced to train on broken bones and other injuries. That culture was tacitly endorsed by the sport's governing body and institutionalized by Bela and Martha Karolyi, the husband-and-wife duo who coached America's top female gymnasts for three decades.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-23:53:29 / Publish by:-ASSOCIATED PRESS

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida's governor announced plans Friday to put more armed guards in schools and to make it harder for young adults and some with mental illness to buy guns, responding to days of intense lobbying from survivors of last week's shooting at a Florida high school. Gov. Rick Scott unveiled his school safety proposals as teachers returned for the first time to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School since the shooting nine days ago that killed 17 people. The shooting sparked an intense push to restrict access to assault rifles fueled by student activists who swarmed the state Capitol demanding concrete gun control measures.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-00:03:55 / Publish by:-ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON (AP) — A former senior adviser to President Donald Trump's election campaign pleaded guilty Friday to federal conspiracy and false-statements charges, switching from defendant to cooperating witness in the special counsel's probe of Trump's campaign and Russia's election interference. The plea by Rick Gates revealed that he will help special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation in "any and all matters" as prosecutors continue to probe the 2016 campaign, Russian meddling and Gates' longtime business associate, one-time Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-22:11:02 / Publish by:-ASSOCIATED PRESS

The idea of arming teachers to take out a shooter is alarming some law enforcement experts, who say it takes more than just being a good shot at a gun range. They say it would require specialized and repeated training to teach educators the proper tactics and enable them to conquer their fear and remain calm and clear-thinking in a fast-moving, life-or-death situation. "Simply putting a gun on the premises and hoping someone's going to do the right thing with it is baseless," said Chris Grollnek, a former law enforcement officer who specializes in security issues, especially active shooter situations. "All you're doing is signing people up for PTSD."

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-23:09:42 / Publish by:-ASSOCIATED PRESS

BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian government warplanes carried out a sixth day of airstrikes Friday in the rebel-held suburbs east of Damascus, killing 32 people, activists said, as the death toll from a week of bombardment soared over 400. At the United Nations, a vote on a Security Council resolution demanding a 30-day humanitarian cease-fire across Syria was delayed until Saturday to try to close a gap over the timing of a halt to fighting. The new bombings came a day after Syrian army helicopters dropped leaflets over the rebel-controlled areas of eastern Ghouta, urging residents of those suburbs to leave for their own safety and calling on opposition fighters to surrender because they were surrounded by government troops.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-23:50:35 / Publish by:-ASSOCIATED PRESS

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A Southern California couple suspected of starving and shackling some of their 13 children pleaded not guilty Friday to new charges of child abuse. David and Louise Turpin previously entered not-guilty pleas to torture and a raft of other charges and are being held on $12 million bail. Louise Turpin also pleaded not guilty to a new count of felony assault. Louise Turpin, dressed in a blouse and blazer, looked intently at more than a dozen reporters in the courtroom. David Turpin, wearing a blazer, tie and black-rimmed glasses, kept his eyes on the judge during the hearing. Both said little except to agree to a May preliminary hearing.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-23:19:57 / Publish by:-ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump told conservatives Friday that even Second Amendment supporters can get behind steps to fight gun violence in schools, offering a red-meat call for arming teachers and suggesting they would be more likely to protect students than a security guard who "doesn't love the children." Trump said the armed officer who failed to confront the gunman in last week's school shooting in Parkland, Florida, was either a "coward" or "didn't react properly under pressure." "He was not a credit to law enforcement," Trump told the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-14:47:11 / Publish by:-THE NEW YORK TIMES

The plea deal could be a sign that Mr. Gates plans to share incriminating information against Paul Manafort, the former campaign chairman, or other members of the Trump campaign.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-01:43:33.292 / Publish by:-THE NEW YORK TIMES

Since Robert S. Mueller III was appointed as special counsel, he has issued more than 100 criminal counts against 19 people and three companies.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-00:58:52 / Publish by:-THE NEW YORK TIMES

A federal indictment says that a former Trump campaign chairman wired 2 million euros to former European politicians.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-17:11:47 / Publish by:-THE NEW YORK TIMES

The governor proposal on Friday on raising the minimum age came in defiance of the N.R.A., but his ideas fell far short of what students activists had asked for.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-21:57:29 / Publish by:-THE NEW YORK TIMES

A woman close to Nikolas Cruz, the suspect in the Florida massacre, called the F.B.I. tip line saying she was worried he might be “getting into a school and just shooting the place up.”

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-00:58:53.286 / Publish by:-THE NEW YORK TIMES

From the F.B.I. tip line.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-19:11:13 / Publish by:-THE NEW YORK TIMES

“When it came time to get in there and do something, he didn’t have the courage, or something happened, but he certainly did a poor job,” President Trump said of the officer in Parkland.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-00:58:59 / Publish by:-THE NEW YORK TIMES

Caught in an angry social media storm, a number of marketers have ended promotions linked to the N.R.A. But it’s unclear whether boycotts have a lasting impact.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-01:43:40 / Publish by:-THE NEW YORK TIMES

The tech companies vowed this week to stamp out conspiracy videos and misinformation on the Parkland, Fla., shooting. So far, they are falling short.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-15:13:17 / Publish by:-THE NEW YORK TIMES

The action was a clear signal, near the end of an Olympic Games marked by a rapprochement on the Korean Peninsula, that his pressure campaign would not let up.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-17:16:00 / Publish by:-AL JAZEERA ENGLISH

Speaking on condition of anonymity, two Trump administration officials say Congress will be notified of the move today.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-23:20:00 / Publish by:-AL JAZEERA ENGLISH

Dolareh Container Terminal taken over by government, which blames Dubai-owned DP World of damaging national sovereignty.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-23:20:00 / Publish by:-AL JAZEERA ENGLISH

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-20:55:00 / Publish by:-AL JAZEERA ENGLISH

Luxury Italian designer sent white models down catwalk at Milan fashion week wearing religious headpiece.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-07:14:00 / Publish by:-AL JAZEERA ENGLISH

Will the appointment of a new Ethiopian prime minister only act to save the ruling party, or usher in deeper reform?

Date:-22Feb,2018 / Time :-08:14:00 / Publish by:-AL JAZEERA ENGLISH

Despite what President Kabila and his supporters may say, everything is not 'fine' in DR Congo.

Date:-22Feb,2018 / Time :-13:18:00 / Publish by:-AL JAZEERA ENGLISH

The Oxfam sex abuse scandal demonstrates the urgent need for legal accountability in the humanitarian aid sector.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-06:03:00 / Publish by:-AL JAZEERA ENGLISH

Like 20 percent of Greeks, Iliodoros and Ioanna Filios cannot find work in the country's austerity-ravaged economy.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-06:03:00 / Publish by:-AL JAZEERA ENGLISH

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-11:34:00 / Publish by:-AL JAZEERA ENGLISH

India's second-largest state-run bank, PNB, has been hit by $1.8bn fraud, and experts fear it may spread to other banks.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-15:56:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Richard Gates—a former Trump campaign official who was indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on tax-related charges—is expected to plead guilty as soon as Friday afternoon as part of a deal that will likely ensure his cooperation in Mr. Mueller’s investigation, according to person familiar with the matter.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-14:41:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Donald Trump will unveil a new set of sanctions against North Korea, which he’ll call “the largest ever.” The sanctions will “further cut off” sources of revenue and fuel for Pyongyang’s nuclear program, according to the president.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-18:23:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The chairman of Chinese car maker Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. has accumulated a 9.7% stake in German car and truck giant Daimler AG—worth about $9 billion at current market prices.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-01:30:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 rallied for a second consecutive session Friday, attempting to erase their losses for the week.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-22:03:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Callers to Florida police told of a fear of Nikolas Cruz’s behavior and guns fixation in the weeks after he lost his mother.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-20:15:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Digitally savvy students naturally turned to social media, invoking #NeverAgain to campaign for change in wake of attack.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-20:15:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Huawei Technologies Co., a Chinese maker of smartphones and telecom gear, is seen in Washington as a potential tool of state-sponsored spying, but Britain and several other U.S. allies are embracing Huawei’s technology.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-20:50:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Web-storage company Dropbox Inc. raised the curtain Friday on its long-awaited initial public offering, which is set to be one of the biggest tech debuts of the past few years.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-10:30:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has used its mounting cash pile to become one of the world’s largest owners of U.S. Treasury bills after struggling to find big companies to buy in recent years.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-19:45:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Developer Woodbridge Group is under scrutiny from regulators. Now, its portfolio of 138 properties—including the famed Owlwood estate—may soon hit the market.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-20:58:45+00:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

"I won't make that call," Trump says about a security clearance for his son-in-law, who faced a Friday deadline to clear up issues with his interim clearance.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-20:28:58+00:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Rick Gates, who served on President Trump's campaign and on his inaugural committee, is the third aide to agree to cooperate with the special counsel.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-18:35:41+00:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Your guide to the biggest events on the penultimate day of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-00:07:13+00:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

After being charged with leaving the scene of a fatal crash, 'Bachelor' star Chris Soules is officially heading for a jury trial.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-23:50:36+00:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

"We go in and address the target and that's what should have been done," said Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-01:17:30+00:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Doctors said last month that Dustin Snyder had only weeks to live. Wasting no time, he proposed to Sierra Siverio several days before the ceremony.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-00:54:17+00:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Kenworthy, 26, first drew global attention for adopting a family of stray dogs after the Sochi Olympics four years ago.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-22:10:36+00:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

To know if yours is affected, check the batchcode.

Date:-24Feb,2018 / Time :-00:14:39+00:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Jonathan Martin's Instagram post, which included a picture of a gun, led to his former high school in an L.A. suburb being shut down Friday.

Date:-23Feb,2018 / Time :-23:25:57+00:00 / Publish by:-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The Bering Sea has more open water than ever measured at this time of year.