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The president and first lady visited a Florida hospital to meet the survivors of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting - they were all smiles.
U.S. The Cut
According to three students who spoke to BuzzFeed News.
She likes him. She really likes him.
U.S. The Independent
Diana Haneski, a library media specialist at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, jumped into action when she heard the school was under lockdown on her radio. Speaking to Reuters, Ms Haneski, 57, said she knew what to do as her friend, a fellow librarian, had managed to save 22 people during the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in 2012. “She was there that day in Sandy Hook and because of her I knew what to do,” she said.
Ben Dickmann, a resident of Tarmac, Florida, turned in his AR-57, a variant of the AR-15, to the Broward Sheriff's Office on Friday -- in the same county where a gunman killed teachers and children at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Wednesday.
Entertainment Hello Giggles
A theater accidentally played "50 Shades Freed" instead of "Black Panther," and what happened was TOO funny
There’s plenty to see in theaters at the moment, like Black Panther, which *finally* made its much-anticipated debut, and Fifty Shades Freed. While both are raking in some pretty big bucks, they’re, obviously, incredibly different.
U.S. Business Insider
19 years later, Columbine High School massacre survivors say they still struggle and have debilitating anxiety
Four Columbine survivors spoke with Business Insider about the aftermath of the tragedy, their efforts to help preempt future tragedies, and work with other survivors of mass shootings. When a mass shooting grips a nation, as it did Wednesday as reports of a shooting at a Florida high school unfurled, many individuals follow media coverage closely for updates. For survivors of the Columbine High School massacre, the experience is different. Every new mass shooting has the ability to bring out unbearable trauma all over again.