Latest News March for Our Lives Updates: Chants of ‘Enough Is Enough’ at Huge Rallies on Guns 2018-03-24T19:34:25.000000000+00:00 Hundreds of thousands of protesters, outraged by a recent school shooting and energized by the student survivors, spilled out to protest in Washington and around the world, calling for an end to gun violence. Opinion: Stop Shielding Gun Makers 2018-03-24T18:30:07.000000000+00:00 The firearms industry cannot be held legally accountable for the mayhem their weapons cause. That needs to change. Opinion: Don’t Delete Facebook. Do Something About It. 2018-03-24T18:22:27.000000000+00:00 Getting rid of your Facebook account will only offload the platform’s problems onto someone else. News Analysis: ‘America First’ Bears a New Threat: Military Force 2018-03-24T17:46:31.000000000+00:00 Not since the immediate aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001, have key national security leaders so publicly raised the threat of armed confrontation if foreign adversaries do not meet America’s demands. Timeline: Facebook and Google Under Regulators’ Glare 2018-03-24T17:23:44.000000000+00:00 In 2011, the F.T.C. first required a company to create a comprehensive data privacy program for consumers. Europe will soon take another big step. How Calls for Privacy May Upend Business for Facebook and Google 2018-03-24T17:20:43.000000000+00:00 Internet companies were built on a model in which people gave up their information for free services. Now, that idea is under siege. In France, Officer Slain After Swapping Places With Hostage Is Hailed as Hero 2018-03-24T16:59:54.000000000+00:00 France mourned a police officer who died of his injuries after swapping places with a hostage held by a gunman claiming allegiance to the Islamic State. Built to Flood: Houston Speculators Make a Fast Buck From Storm’s Misery 2018-03-24T16:37:26.000000000+00:00 A new economy has arisen in the suburbs of Houston battered by storms: the buying and selling of flooded homes. Thousands March to End Gun Violence 2018-03-24T16:35:23.000000000+00:00 On Saturday, tens of thousands of people poured into the streets in Washington and cities across the globe to take a stance against gun violence. The Former Khmer Rouge Slave Who Blew the Whistle on Wells Fargo 2018-03-24T16:16:53.000000000+00:00 Duke Tran was a prisoner in Cambodia. He escaped to America and got a job at Wells Fargo. Then he encountered what he alleged was wrongdoing and had to decide what to do.