10 Things to Know for Tuesday
By The Associated Press
Feb. 27, 2018
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
President Trump criticized a sheriff's deputy who did not enter the building where the Fla. school shooting took place, and said he would have rushed in unarmed.
An attorney for the now-resigned deputy says he believed the gunfire was coming from outside the building and followed his training, initiating a "code red" lockdown.
The Court rejected the attempt to bypass a federal appeals court regarding the fate of a program that protects people brought to US illegally as children from deportation.
"They will be so kind to grant us a mere five hours when they will not bomb us. Then the rest of the day, they will bomb us as usual," says an activist living in a region pounded by airstrikes.
More than 80 percent say they disapprove, according to a new AP poll.
The Transportation Security Administration will use the device at New York City's Penn Station this week.
The man known as Estebanico is credited with guiding shipwrecked Spaniards through Native American communities and making further exploration possible.
A family spokesman said Ensa Cosby, 44, died of kidney disease. She spoke out last year to assert her father's innocence as he was charged with sexual misconduct.
Eleven states are considering creating such lists, amid concern that animal abusers can go on to harm humans.
A chance meeting connected Steve Emt with a coach in wheelchair curling, and now he's headed to the Paralympic Games.