Post-Sandy Hook: Bulletproof Whiteboards Used By Schools For Protection

The products are a godsend for some, yet others are targeting the company for profiting off tragedy.

In 2003, a 17-year-old student in a rural Minnesota community walked into his high school armed with a .22 caliber pistol and hunted down two of his classmates, killing one with a shot to the head and another with a shot to the chest. Ten years after the carnage caused by Jason McLaughlin, who has since been sentenced to life in prison, the

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Report Your Neighbors: Florida Program Worries Civil Liberties Groups, Residents

It could be a new era of McCarthyism in Palm Beach County, Florida, pitting neighbor against neighbor.

It could be a new era of McCarthyism in Palm Beach County, Florida, where police are set to unveil a new $1 million “violence prevention” program that encourages Floridians to report neighbors for making hateful or suspicious comments about the government. The program, led by Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw, will provide “prevention

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A Tale Of Two Schools: 2 Radically Different Approaches To Weapons In Schools

At one school, a renaissance is underway. At another, a chemistry student finds herself facing felony charges.

In two different parts of the country, two different schools are taking two different approaches to student safety and are getting radically different results. In Roxbury, Mass., Orchard Gardens was built to be a showplace for the Boston neighborhood. When built in 2003, the school had art studios, a dance room, a well-upholstered theater and

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