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US & Canada · Uvalde

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

40% Left coverage: 72 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
US & Canada · Houston

Gun Group Opens Convention in Texas Days After Mass School Shooting

66% Center coverage: 65 sources
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick says he won't speak at NRA event. The NRA says it will reflect on the Uvalde school shooting and pray for the victims. Some scheduled speakers and performers back out of the event. It is the first NRA meeting since 2019, following a two-year hiatus because of pandemic.See the Story
Europe · London

Boris Johnson changes ministerial code to remove need to resign over breaches

50% Left coverage: 20 sources
The PM is facing his own investigation into whether he broke the code by telling MPs there were no lockdown-busting parties in Downing Street. One MP has quit as a ministerial aide and another has submitted a letter of no confidence in Mr Johnson's leadership. Boris Johnson has changed the rules on the ministerial code, allowing ministers to apologise instead of having to resign if they breach the rules.See the Story

The SEC has published a letter asking Elon Musk to explain the delay in disclosing his stake in Twitter

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Elon Musk asked about delay in disclosing purchase of Twitter stake. Tesla and SpaceX CEO revealed 9.2% stake in Twitter on April 4. SEC highlighted Musk's "13G" schedule from his initial filing to state he had purchased more than 73 million shares on March 14. He was required to disclose his filing 10 days after the purchase.See the Story
Kharkiv · Kharkiv

Video shows Western fighters ambushing Russian armored vehicle in Ukraine with rocket launcher

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
English-speaking fighters emerge from a treeline in the countryside near Kharkiv to hit a vehicle identified as a BTR-80 armored personnel carrier. After the hit the men run away, and appear unharmed even as the Russian forces open fire towards them. One of the men shown is Ben Grant, a 30-year-old British man.See the Story
Memorial Day

Gas prices hit new record high of $4.60 – just in time for Memorial Day weekend getaway

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
AAA data shows the average price of regular unleaded reached $4.60 a gallon on Saturday. That will add to the cost of filling up tanks as some 35 million Americans prepare to travel more than 50 miles by road over the Memorial Day weekend. A research note from JPMorgan suggested prices across the US could average $6 this summer.See the Story
Salesforce

Salesforce is about to report earnings and industry watchers expect it to be a sign of how hard the downturn is going to hit the whole cloud software industry

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Salesforce is expected to report quarterly earnings of $0.94 per share on revenues of $7.38 billion. The cloud software company has been hard-hit in recent weeks amid a broader market downturn. As of market close on Friday, Salesforce was trading at some $165 a share.See the Story
Costco

Costco has lower prices, but Sam's Club has a cheaper membership fee — here's how the two warehouse clubs stack up

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
While there are slight differences between the two retailers, prices at both stores are generally lower than non-membership grocery stores.See the Story
Vladimir Putin · Ukraine

2 Russian lawmakers branded traitors and ordered out of meeting for demanding Putin end invasion of Ukraine

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Deputies Leonid Vasyukevich and Gennady Shulga spoke at a meeting of the legislative assembly of Primorsky Krai in far eastern Russia. Both are part of Russia's Communist Party. Video of the meeting shows Vasyukvich unexpectedly calling on Putin to end the war.See the Story

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