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Europe · Izhevsk
15 dead, 24 wounded in school shooting in Russia
A gunman on Monday morning killed 13 people and wounded 21 others in a school in central Russia, local police said. The attacker also killed himself, the Udmurtia branch of the interior ministry said. The school educated children between grades 1 and 11.See the Story
42% Center coverage: 174 sources
Europe · Moscow
Putin grants Russian citizenship to U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden
Snowden is one of 75 foreign citizens listed by the decree as being granted Russian citizenship. The decree was published on an official government website. Snowden has been living in Russia since 2013 to escape prosecution in the U.S. He was charged in 2013 with unauthorized disclosure of national security and intelligence information.See the Story
40% Left coverage: 146 sources
US & Canada · Washington
Jupiter closest to Earth in 59 years today, See how to watch
Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, will make its closest approach to Earth since 1963 – almost six decades ago, on Monday. The massive planet is approximately 600 million miles away from Earth at its farthest point.See the Story
60% Center coverage: 75 sources
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Gun Violence · Paducah
Kentucky man who shot classmates in '97 imprisoned for life
Michael Carneal, now 39, told parole board members last week that he still hears voices like the ones that told him to shoot into the crowded lobby of Heath High School. The full Kentucky Parole Board could vote Monday to release him, defer his next parole decision for up to 10 years, or order him to serve out his full sentence.See the Story
40% Center coverage: 32 sources
US & Canada · Washington
Why is a NASA Spacecraft Crashing Into an Asteroid?
NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test aims to be humanity's first attempt at deflecting an asteroid without blowing it up. Researchers in China have cloned a wild Arctic wolf. Fossil eggs are providing insight into what life was like for dinosaurs before a massive asteroid strike wiped them out. The James Webb Space Telescope has showcased the most distant planet in our solar system.See the Story
Coverage: 18 sources
Law · California
Newsom rejects mandatory kindergarten law
California won't join 20 other states with mandatory kindergarten. Gov. Gavin Newsom cited the costs associated with providing mandatory kindergarten, about $268 million annually. The bill was introduced after K-12 attendance rates dropped during the pandemic. Proponents of mandatory kindergarten say it could help close the academic opportunity gap.See the Story
53% Center coverage: 19 sources
US & Canada · Sacramento
Newsom signs bill allowing undocumented immigrants to get California IDs
Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a bill allowing anyone to obtain a California ID regardless of immigration status, which he called "a critical step for inclusion." See the Story
Coverage: 15 sources
'Dancing with the Stars': Sam Champion's journey on 'DWTS'
Here's a week-by-week look at Sam Champion's journey on 'Dancing with the Stars.'See the Story
63% Left coverage: 8 sources
Jimmy Kimmel comes home to Brooklyn for week of shows
Kimmel was born in Brooklyn and lived there until he was 9 years old. He just signed a new contract extension with ABC for 3 more years. His trip home had become an annual tradition until COVID canceled it for a couple of years. "It feels like the world is getting back to normal even though everyone on my staff still has a mask on"See the Story
57% Left coverage: 7 sources
Iran · Iran
Protests spread after 22-year-old woman's death in Iran: What to know
The protests, now in their eleventh day, were triggered by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini. Protests have since taken place in more than 40 cities, including the capital Tehran, with dozens reportedly killed. An end to the protests is more likely to come through the use of brute force than concessions.See the Story
71% Left coverage: 7 sources