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US & Canada · Uvalde

Gov. Greg Abbott says he was misled about poor police response to Uvalde shooting

41% Left coverage: 71 sources
Gov. Greg Abbott says he was misled about police response to Uvalde school shooting. Abbott said he expected law enforcement leaders to "get to the bottom of every fact with absolute certainty" He said the Texas Rangers and FBI would be investigating the law enforcement response. Abbott continued to resist policy proposals that center on firearms.See the Story
Donald Trump · New York

Judge tosses Trump suit against New York AG that aimed to halt investigation

68% Center coverage: 75 sources
A federal judge dismisses Donald Trump's lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James. Judge Brenda Sannes says case law bars federal judges from interfering in state-level investigations. Trump sued James in December, resorting to a familiar but seldom successful strategy of litigation. James says she uncovered evidence Trump's company misstated the value of assets.See the Story
US & Canada · Los Angeles

Los Angeles Lakers reach deal with Darvin Ham to be new head coach

50% Center coverage: 34 sources
The Los Angeles Lakers have hired Milwaukee Bucks assistant Darvin Ham as their head coach. Ham will have a daunting task to rejuvenate the Lakers, who failed to make the playoffs last season. The former small forward will now get to work with NBA stars LeBron James and Anthony Davis.See the Story
US & Canada

Former Robb Elementary School teacher grieves for her mentor, students killed

95% Center coverage: 20 sources
Crowds gathered at Robb Elementary School to grieve the 21 lives taken on Tuesday. Regina Miles said it took her three days, but she knew she had to come. Miles gave troopers a sign of support from the elementary school where she works now. She believes the most difficult days would be when the community can move past grief toward answers.See the Story
US & Canada

'The Bob's Burgers Movie' serves up humor, heart as TV favorite moves to the big screen

62% Center coverage: 8 sources
"The Bob's Burgers Movie" is in theaters now. The story finds the Belcher family dealing with new problems. Like the TV show, they find heart, humor, and a little music, to get through it all. You can catch 200-plus episodes of the TV series streaming on Hulu.See the Story
US & Canada · Camp Pendleton North

Former Camp Pendleton Marine admits to cyberstalking, extorting several women

67% Center coverage: 6 sources
Johao Chavarri, 25, of Torrance, entered his plea to three counts of stalking. He used the online alias Michael Frito and created various online accounts to stalk and threaten women. Prosecutors said the threats continued in some cases for more than a year.See the Story
Archbishop

LA Archbishop José Gomez tests positive for COVID following recent trip

Coverage: 4 sources
Archbishop Jos� H. Gomez tested positive on Friday, May 27 for COVID-19 and went into isolation. Gomez had been experiencing mild symptoms after recent personal travel. He is fully vaccinated and boosted. He had been scheduled to celebrate a Memorial Day Mass on Monday.See the Story
Ontario, California · Ontario

Suspect shot, killed by Ontario police after chase ends in crash

Coverage: 2 sources
Ontario police say officers attempted to make a traffic stop of the suspect. After the suspect failed to yield, police say a chase began and they pursued the driver. The suspect crashed into another driver and then exited the car. At some point after the suspect left the car, police opened fire.See the Story
Uvalde · Uvalde

Southern California students hold walkouts, vigils following Texas school rampage

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Families gather in Silver Lake to show support for victims of Texas school shooting. Students at several schools in Southern California walked out in protest. March For Our Lives, a student-led gun demonstration in support of gun control, plans to have rallies in cities across the country in June.See the Story

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