According to Politics Daily, Virginia Tech violated federal law by failing to issue "adequate warnings in a timely manner" during a rampage by a student gunman on campus three years ago, federal investigators have concluded. The school could be fined or lose federal aid over the violations outlined in the final report issued Thursday by the Department of Education.

Thirty-one people were killed in the massacre on April 16, 2007. The gunman, Seung-Hui Cho, took his own life at the scene.
"In all, more than two hours elapsed between the time University officials became aware of the first shootings (and the first...

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