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‘Suspect down!’: Bodycam footage shows police confrontation with Nashville school shooter: Live updates

Three kids and three adults were killed Monday at the Covenant School in Nashville. The investigation continued Tuesday into the motive. Live updates.


Michigan becomes first state in decades to repeal ‘right to work’ law. Here’s what that means.

The move by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is considered a win for unions and makes Michigan the first state in decades to repeal the union-restriction law.


Who is the Nashville school shooter who killed six at private Christian school?

Authorities say the former Covenant student entered through a side door and killed six people before being shot dead by responding police officers.


Meet the woman who’s done a 5K every day for three years straight. She’s nearly 80.

Mae Dean Erb is nearly 80, but age isn’t slowing her down. Since the pandemic’s early days, she has run or walked a 5K a day for three years.


2,000 ram skulls found in ancient pharaoh’s temple in one of Egypt’s oldest cities

Thousands of ram skulls were unearthed in an ancient Egyptian pharaoh’s temple in one of the country’s oldest, most significant cities of its time.


Feeling like you’ve been subtly tricked? It might be ‘ambient gaslighting.’

“Ambient gaslighting” refers to┬áthe subtle undercurrents of gaslighting we may experience without really thinking about it.


Chris Christie says President Biden fumbled Nashville shooting response with ice cream joke

Christie blasted Trump, DeSantis and Pence during a New Hampshire town hall, and slammed Biden earlier for his Nashville school shooting response.


Trump hush money probe ends day without voting after appearance from ex-National Enquirer publisher David Pecker

The Manhattan grand jury investigating former President Donald Trump’s alleged role in a scheme to pay hush money to an adult film star adjourned Monday without taking a vote on whether to indict Trump, a source familiar with the proceeding told CNN.

Police clear people and reported hidden traps from park near ‘Cop City’ site in Atlanta

Several syringes containing fentanyl and a Molotov cocktail were among several potentially dangerous items found during an operation to clear a public park in Atlanta Monday, local officials said.

A new round of dangerous weather targets the Southeast

Another round of violent weather is battering the Southeast on Monday after a spate of tornado-spawning storms over the weekend killed 26 people in the South — including a 1-year-old baby and her father.

Philadelphia residents panic-bought water after being alerted to a chemical spill but officials say tap water is safe for now

A day after mixed messages prompted panic-buying of bottled water, anxious Philadelphians are counting the hours Monday as officials monitor the city’s drinking water following a chemical spill a few miles upstream of a key intake in the Delaware River.

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