|Scott Israel says one officer failed to protect students as he defends his department's response to shooting|
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said Sunday he was "disgusted" an armed school resource officer did not enter Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as shots rang out and vowed to investigate any other allegation of inaction.
|Tapper to sheriff: Are you taking no responsibility?|
Jake Tapper presses Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel on the missed red flags with the Florida school shooter.
|Sheriff says he won't resign after questions on shooting response|
A Florida state representative is calling on Gov. Rick Scott to remove Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel from his post "for neglect of duty and incompetence" during the high school massacre.
|See Tapper's full interview with Sheriff Israel|
CNN's Jake Tapper questioned Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel over his office's response to the mass shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, missed red flags and the investigation into the event.
|Read Sheriff Israel's full interview on 'State of the Union'|
JAKE TAPPER, CNN ANCHOR: Hello. I'm Jake Tapper in Washington, where the state of our union is still raw in the wake of the tragedy in Florida.
|Deputies were waiting outside when police arrived, sources say|
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.
|Trump approval slides to lowest point of presidency|
President Donald Trump's approval rating in a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS stands at 35%, down five points over the last month to match his lowest level yet.
|Trump says military parade would be great for country's spirit|
President Donald Trump says a military parade in Washington could take place on Veterans Day or the Fourth of July, adding that it would be "something great for the spirit of the country."
|CPAC panelist slams conservative 'hypocrisy' on Roy Moore, Trump accusations|
Conservative writer Mona Charen criticized conservatives for defending President Trump amidst numerous harassment allegations at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
|Mexico's President calls off a White House visit after a tense call with Trump|
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has called off an official trip to Washington to meet with President Donald Trump after a tense phone call brought the two leaders to a policy-driven standstill.
|Senator on shootings: Public policy has failed|
Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy said Sunday that the effort to stem mass shootings like the one in Parkland, Florida, needs to go beyond focusing on law enforcement and encompass a comprehensive approach to gun control and mental health.
|See racial confrontation at CPAC|
Former RNC chairman Michael Steele confronts CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp over racial comments? a speaker made about Steele at the conservative conference.
|Schiff vs Nunes: Where their memos disagree|
Was the application to obtain a FISA surveillance warrant on former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page a major FBI and Justice Department abuse that amounted to politically motivated surveillance? Or was it the proper extension of an FBI counterintelligence investigation into Trump and Russia?
|Trump calls Democratic memo 'a nothing'|
President Donald Trump hit back at top House Intelligence Committee Democrat Adam Schiff in an interview Saturday night, dismissing a Democratic memo on FBI surveillance released earlier in the day as "a nothing."
|China to drop term limits|
|North Korea willing to talk to US, South says|
North Korea is willing to hold talks with the United States, South Korean President Moon Jae-In said in a statement Sunday.
|'Notting Hill' actress dies at 53|
British actress Emma Chambers, who starred alongside Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts in the 1999 movie "Notting Hill," has died, according to her agent.
|Beloved Bollywood actress Sridevi dies at 54|
Veteran Bollywood actress Sridevi has died suddenly in Dubai at the age of 54.
|Shooting survivor thanks conspiracy theorists|
Stoneman Douglas shooting survivor David Hogg calls those who have attacked him on social media "great advertisers," saying their comments expose them for how "disgusting they are."
|CNN poll: 7 in 10 favor tighter gun laws|
Support for stricter gun laws has spiked to the highest level since 1993, and almost two-thirds say government and society can take action to prevent future mass shootings, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.
|Opinion: Shooting exposes Trump's flaws|
"I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose voters."
|Why 3% is the scariest number for stocks|
|Leaving Vegas? Dump your pot at the airport|
After spending time indulging in the pleasures of Sin City, tourists heading back home may need to leave a thing or two behind -- like their weed.
|NBA super-prospect has scouts gushing|
|This priceless stolen painting was found in a bus|
French painter Edgar Degas' rousing depiction of singers at an opera has been found in -- of all places -- a parked bus, nine years after it was stolen from a Marseille museum.
|Stephen Curry opens up on Trump feud|
NBA star Stephen Curry sits down with CNN's Van Jones to talk about President Trump tweeting that Curry was not invited to the White House.
|KFC apologizes with a hilarious hidden message|
|Up to 50% off California hotel & attraction deals|
|Why this 1974 crime still matters|
The kidnapping of Patty Hearst can seem as distant in time as a yellowed newspaper clipping -- and as current as today's bit-borne headline.
|'Shape of Water' suit filed right before Oscars|
One of the Oscar frontrunners has been slapped with a copyright infringement lawsuit.
|Jane Seymour poses for Playboy, talks #MeToo |
Seymour is one of the oldest models to ever pose for Playboy. In an interview with the magazine, she said she almost quit acting because of sexual harassment.
|Olympic legend: I was warned to not get pregnant|
Beach volleyball legend Kerri Walsh Jennings was six weeks pregnant when she won a gold medal in the London Olympics - but she says she was warned to hold off on starting a family or she may lose her sponsors. She sits down with CNNMoney's Ahiza Garcia to talk about the challenges of being a mother and a professional athlete.
|'Stranger Things' star dances with penguins|
A gold-medal worthy photo. A sneaky photoshoot. And picture-perfect penguins. It's time for this week's politics-free side of the news.
|For self-driving cars, car washes are a nightmare|
|How does KFC run out of chicken?|
|Asia wants some of Trump's infrastructure billions|
|Father and daughter on 6-year battle with anorexia|
|Trump is the NRA's apprentice|
|Here's how Parkland students can win|
|The politics of fear is dying out in Africa|
Lenin was once quoted as saying, "There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen." This could perfectly describe the past week in Africa. Across the continent, a number of game-changing political developments have followed each other in quick succession in one of the most tumultuous weeks of any decade.
|Gun owners are talking about gun control |
Pump the brakes, progressives, and listen. Thanks to those activist kids from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the national conversation surrounding guns is evolving -- and it's evolving in a serious way. Some gun owners are already taking action.
|Newtown parents: Hoaxers win on social media|
|Syria is devastated. Where are the women? |
From their leadership in securing the recent peace accord in Colombia to their contributions to the 1998 agreement ending 20-plus years of conflict in Northern Ireland, to Liberia and to the Philippines, women have largely been the architects of peace -- the kind that at first seemed impossible to find but was still somehow built to last.
|Experts are urging Americans to refinance in 2018.|
|7 risks of uncontrolled severe asthma|
|Fastest way to pay off $10,000 in credit card debt|
|Meet the Mueller team|
|What is Adam Schiff's next political move?|
Adam Schiff's profile is on the rise in Democratic politics -- but nobody seems to know what the California congressman will do next.
|The life and career of Robert Mueller|
CNN's Gloria Borger profiles Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the man tasked with investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.
|Parkland survivor tells Melania Trump: To combat cyberbullying, start with Trump Jr.|
A Parkland school shooting survivor is calling for Melania Trump to fulfill her pledge to combat cyberbullying -- starting with her own family.
|Why the NRA is so powerful on Capitol Hill|
|Largest brain tumor 'in the world' removed from man's head |
A surgeon in India has removed a 1.873 kg (4.1 lb) tumor from a 31-year old man at a government hospital in Mumbai, India.
|Opioid addiction could be genetic|
Researchers have identified another gene that could influence the risk of opioid dependence, a new study shows, adding to the evidence that genetic factors play a crucial role in determining who develops addiction.
|Neanderthals, humans more alike than we thought|
Neanderthals may not have been that different from us, after all.
|Award season as Hollywood resets|
|'Sex and the City's' Jason Lewis is 'Team SJP'|
He may have played the lover of Kim Cattrall's character on "Sex and the City" but Jason Lewis is definitely Team Sarah Jessica Parker.
|'Game Night' serves up a comedy winner|
Two words, nine letters: "Game Night" is a riot -- an energetic, consistently clever comedy that playfully toys with the expectations of a savvy audience weaned on such fare. Filled with knowing pop-culture references and deriving laughs from every key character, it's the kind of smart, fast-paced entertainment that makes a pretty delicate juggling act look easy.
|Stephen Fry reveals he has prostate cancer|
Stephen Fry, the British actor, comedian, writer, game show host and raconteur, has revealed he is being treated for prostate cancer.
|'Simpsons' showrunner slams Ted Cruz|
¡Ay, caramba! Ted Cruz.
|The bizarre double life of an American heiress|
|Listen ? : Patty Hearst goes on the run|
|Survivor: Resource officer broke his promise|
A survivor of the Stoneman Douglas shooting says that students and parents did everything they could to report the Parkland gunman before the shooting.
|Writer: Gun control debate could break America|
National Review writer David French says the "vicious rhetoric" in the gun control debate is putting strains on the US system.
|CNN anchor to NRA spokeswoman: How dare you|
CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota asks NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch why she said "many in legacy media love mass shootings."
|Snapchat stock drops after Kylie Jenner tweet|
Snapchat stock closed down 6% after reality TV star Kylie Jenner said she is no longer using the app. The plunge wiped about $1.3 billion off the company's market value.
|Officer responded to shooting knowing wife, son were inside|
Police Sgt. Jeff Heinrich recounts calling his wife and son, who were in the school on the day of the Florida school shooting, after helping to rescue victims.
|Inside school where teachers carry guns|
While the nation debates whether teachers should carry guns to protect students from armed intruders, the question is already settled in one Texas school district, where educators have had firearms on campus for years. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.
|What strong women taught Steph Curry|
Two-time NBA champion Stephen Curry and his wife, Ayesha, are expecting their third child. He talks to CNN's Van Jones about his growing family.
|Actress says she was raped by director |
Karla Souza, an actress known for her role in ABC's "How to Get Away with Murder," alleged that she was raped by a director early in her career.