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Parkland’s Day of Remembrance: Moments of Silence, Reflection and Grief

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

On a day nobody wanted to remember — or forget — Parkland students were observing a day of mourning for the 17 lives lost a year ago.

14 Children Died in the Parkland Shooting. Nearly 1,200 Have Died From Guns Since.

By ADEEL HASSAN

For the project “Since Parkland,” teenage journalists wrote profiles for every child killed by gun violence in the year since the Florida school shooting.

Would Congress Care More if Parkland Had Been a Plane Crash?

By JACLYN CORIN

Seventeen of my classmates and teachers died in the Parkland shooting, yet lawmakers still drag their feet on controlling guns.

Parkland Shooting: Where Gun Control and School Safety Stand Today

By MARGARET KRAMER and JENNIFER HARLAN

The Parkland students became a force for gun control legislation and boosted the youth vote. Here’s how they changed America’s response to mass shootings.

How Parkland Was Different, and Why Much Remains the Same

By MARGARET KRAMER and JENNIFER HARLAN

The Parkland students became a force for gun control legislation and boosted the youth vote. Here’s how they changed America’s response to mass shootings.

The Political Magic of Us vs. Them

By THOMAS B. EDSALL

Encouraging and exploiting division has worked for Trump, as far as his own electoral prospects are concerned. Can he keep it up?

Parkland: A Year After the School Shooting That Was Supposed to Change Everything

By PATRICIA MAZZEI and EVE EDELHEIT

Those at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School knew their lives would be transformed by the massacre. Many had no idea of the many ways that would happen.

Lindsey Vonn: A Dominant Career in Photos

By BILL PENNINGTON

Vonn retired on Sunday at 34, capping a career that featured unprecedented World Cup accomplishments and gave her legitimate celebrity status.

Democrats Unite to Begin Push to Protect Pre-Existing Condition Coverage

By ROBERT PEAR

No issue united Democrats in the 2018 campaign as much as protecting the Affordable Care Act’s guaranteed insurance coverage of people with pre-existing conditions.

Trump’s Campaign Spent Heavily as He Hit the Midterm Trail

By RACHEL SHOREY and KENNETH P. VOGEL

The president’s campaign spent $23 million in the final quarter of 2018 as he stumped aggressively for Republican candidates. It reported $19 million in cash on hand.

A First in Over a Century: Only One State Has a Split Legislature

By TIMOTHY WILLIAMS

Only a single state — Minnesota — has a legislature under divided party control, a sign of growing polarization.

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