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‘#NeverAgain’: As student survivors of the high school shooting in Parkland, Florida, met with their state legislators to call for gun reform laws, teenagers across Florida and the U.S. staged walkouts and rallies in support. See photos of the demonstrations. Parkland’s students have emerged as a powerful voice against gun violence, turning to social media to demand that what they experienced should never again take place.

As Donald Trump Jr. travels to India to promote luxury apartments for the Trump Organization, about international cooperation—and though the State Department says he’s there as a private citizen, it’s not clear where his roles as a businessman and as President Trump’s surrogate may overlap. Meanwhile, though the

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