Things you should know today: 2/26/18

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    Ivanka Trump believes father’s denials of sexual misconduct

    Natacha Pisarenko
    Ivanka Trump, front left, U.S. President Donald Trump’s daughter and Kim Yong Chol, vice chairman of North Korea’s ruling Workers’ Party Central Committee, right, watch the closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

    Ivanka Trump was recently asked her opinion on her father’s sexual misconduct allegations. In response, Trump affirmed that she believes her father and finds it inappropriate that she is being asked about the matter.

    Violence rages in Syria as UN calls to stop ‘hell on earth’

    Associated Press
    This photo released on Saturday, Feb 24, 2018 by the Syrian Civil Defense group known as the White Helmets, shows members of the Syrian Civil Defense group carrying a young man who was wounded during airstrikes and shelling by Syrian government forces, in Ghouta, a suburb of Damascus, Syria. A new wave of airstrikes and shelling on eastern suburbs of the Syrian capital Damascus left at least 22 people dead and more than a dozen wounded Saturday, raising the death toll of a week of bombing in the area to nearly 500, including scores of women and children. (Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets via AP)

    The U.N. Security Council issued a 30-day cease-fire across Syria, however, that did not stop Syrian forces from beginning a ground offense on Monday. Because of this recent action, Russian President Vladmir Putin has ordered a daily “humanitarian pause”. This will allow residents to leave if they want.

    Students resolute as they re-enter school shooting site

    Mourners pay tribute at a memorial for the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018, in Parkland, Fla. (David Santiago/Miami Herald via AP)

    Several thousand people, students and parents, entered Stoneman Douglas High School on Sunday for the first time since the shooting almost two weeks ago. The building had previously been locked to all but law enforcement officials.

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