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WATCH: Florida school shooting survivors perform emotional song at CNN town hall

WATCH: Florida school shooting survivors perform emotional song at CNN town hall

Survivors of last week's deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, performed an emotional song Wednesday night to close a CNN town hall on gun control. >> Watch the clip here According to CNN, members of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Drama Club wrote and performed the song, 'Shine,' at the event at the BB&T Center in Sunrise. >> Marco Rubio faces a tough crowd during CNN's town hall for gun reform 'You're not gonna knock us down / We'll get back up again / You may have hurt us but I promise we are stronger and / We're not gonna let you win / We're putting up a fight / You may have brought the dark / But together we will shine a light,' the chorus says. Minutes earlier, Max Schachter read a poem titled 'Life Is Like a Rollercoaster' by his son, Alex, who was killed in the shooting.  >> Watch the reading here >> Read more trending news  The tributes followed a heated town hall moderated by CNN's Jake Tapper and featuring lawmakers from Florida, including Democratic Rep. Ted Deutch, Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson and Republican Sen. Marco Rubio. National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch also participated in the event.

Funeral arrangements for evangelist Billy Graham are set, public viewing scheduled

Funeral arrangements for evangelist Billy Graham are set, public viewing scheduled

Famed evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham, who counseled several presidents and preached to millions of people worldwide, died Wednesday, according to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. He was 99. Funeral arrangements have now been finalized and a public viewing is scheduled for early next week. READ MORE: Photos: Billy Graham through the years | Photos: Notable deaths 2018 | Billy Graham quotes: He made Christian principles accessible to millions | Billy Graham named among 10 most admired men for 59th time | MORE 

Orlando airport sends message to TSA, improve or we go private  

Orlando airport sends message to TSA, improve or we go private  

Orlando International Airport will not be hiring a private screening company to replace TSA employees, just yet. The board of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority chose instead to send a message to the Transportation Security Administration headquarters that local management needs to improve, or they will seek out the private option. “We have to collaborate more closely, is what I’m prepared to say,” explained a frustrated airport CEO Phil Brown. His staff recommended the board vote to find a suitable screening company and make an application to the Federal Security Director to replace TSA screeners. Instead, board chairman Frank Kruppenbacher insisted that they limit the vote to forming an ad hoc committee that will seek out and interview candidates, while at the same time he will reach out to TSA with his concerns in hopes they can be resolved beforehand. When the board meets in April, they will again tackle this issue and could move to make that application. If approved, federal employees at the airport would face the loss of their jobs and benefits. Some may apply to work with the private contractor, but the TSA would only require they be given the minimum pay and benefits they would earn as federal workers. For those who have been on the job for years and have built up a pension, it would be a real loss of income.  Many of them spoke to the board not to go down this path.

Trump searches for answers amid wrenching stories from Florida school shooting

Hearing from parents and students who lost friends and family members in last week’s school shooting in Florida, President Donald Trump said it was time for the nation to work together to better safeguard schools, as he advocated stronger security, including the possibility of allowing teachers and administrators to carry concealed weapons during the school day.

“It’s very difficult, it’s very complex, but we’ll find a solution,” the President said as he wrapped up the over hour long listening session, which featured tears from parents and students alike.

“I’m never going to see my kid again, I want you all to know [More]