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By Amna Nawaz, Saher Khan, Karina Cuevas
The mother of one of 19 children killed in the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, has filed a federal lawsuit against police, the school district and the maker of the gun used in the massacre.
By Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press
In our news wrap Tuesday, the White House confirmed President Biden is reevaluating relations with Saudi Arabia after OPEC cut oil production, the Supreme Court heard arguments on requirements that pork sold in California must meet animal cruelty standards regardless…
In our news wrap Friday, Hurricane Ian is now the second-deadliest storm to hit the U.S. mainland this century behind Hurricane Katrina, the Uvalde school district suspended its entire campus police force after intense criticism over their response to the…
Students and teachers returned to school in Uvalde for the first time since the massacre at Robb Elementary that left 21 dead. The new year comes with new concerns as parents, teachers and students worry if their schools are safe.
By Amna Nawaz
By Geoff Bennett, Courtney Norris
Pressure has been building for accountability after a disastrous police response to the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. But on Wednesday, the school board fired Uvalde school district police Chief Pete Arredondo who, who had already been suspended without pay.
By Lisa Desjardins, Kaisha Young
As students head back to the classroom in a few weeks, they bring renewed concerns about safety. That's often left up to individual school districts, but some federal money is available to help. Lori Alhadeff, founder of Make Our Schools…
By PBS NewsHour
For the first time in seven years, the federal government has a Senate-confirmed director in charge of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the agency better known as ATF. Steven Dettelbach was recently sworn in as its leader…
A Texas House committee investigating the Uvalde elementary school massacre released a 77-page report Sunday detailing “egregiously poor decision making” by law enforcement. The report found 376 officers responded that day, representing 20 different agencies. But there was a lack…
In our news wrap, the Texas House of Representatives released a nearly 80-page report detailing the inaction of hundreds of law enforcement officials on the scene of the mass shooting in Uvalde. Plus, President Biden wrapped up his trip to…
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