Police are searching for a shooter who opened fire at southern California high school.
The Santa Clarita Valley sheriff’s office tweeted Thursday around 8 a.m. local time that shots had been fired at Saugus High School.
Saugus was placed on lockdown, along with nearby elementary schools.
Multiple victims were reported at the school, although few details were released.
The shooter remains at large.
— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 14, 2019
Pete Buttigieg answers those who question his family values: ‘I’ve never had to pay off a porn star’
Mayor Pete Buttigieg appeared on CNN Tuesday for a town hall in Nevada where he was asked about his sexual orientation. Thus far, Buttigieg is the first openly gay presidential candidate being taken seriously by both the media and the electorate.
He was asked by a voter how he would deal with the flood of personal attacks on his sexual orientation and his family.
He explained that it would happen and he was ready for it. Speaking about his coming-out story, Buttigieg said that he wasn't sure what impact it would have on his career but that he didn't want to not have a personal life anymore after he got out of the military.
Neal Katyal predicts ‘lawless’ Trump will be held to justice in the end
Former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal predicted that the law would eventually catch up with President Donald Trump during a Tuesday appearance on MSNBC.
"I think this country has a robust tradition of law and yes, the president has gotten away with so much," Katyal said.
"But I have news for him: the law will come after him. What he is doing is lawless, it is unprecedented, it breaks every rule in our constitutional democracy and the law will find a way to catch up with him," Katyal predicted.
"He can pardon his Mar-a-Lago friends and pardon his campaign contributors and this or that. But one way or another, our system robust enough between the press and the courts to bring him and his ilk, to justice," he explained. "And it will happen."
What’s the real reason behind Trump’s new pardons? At least one could help him win re-election in 2020
President Donald Trump issued a full pardon to former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo, White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley announced on Tuesday.
DeBartolo, who owned the team when it won five Super Bowls in 14 years, pleaded guilty to a corruption charge in 1998 after testifying that former Louisiana Gov. Edwin W. Edwards, who was sent to prison in the case, extorted him for a $400,000 bribe for a casino license, according to The Associated Press.