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(Video has no sound) San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan said that two adults are dead in what appeared to be a murder-suicide shooting at North Park Elementary School. At least two students were taken to a hospital with injuries. Other students in the school were evacuated and taken to a nearby school.
Education Secretary Besty DeVos' visit to Jefferson Middle School Academy in Southwest Washington, D.C. on Friday was blocked by protesters. One eyewitness who was streaming the protest on Periscope captured the arrest of one protester. DeVos eventually made it inside the school, meeting with district officials, as well as Jefferson Academy administration, teachers and students.