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US & Canada · Uvalde

Texas gunman wrote online post about attacking school minutes before massacre

55% Center coverage: 110 sources
The Texas gunman who murdered 19 children and two teachers posted on Facebook that he was going to shoot up an elementary school about 15 minutes before his rampage, Governor Greg Abbott said on Wednesday, as harrowing details about the attack continued to emerge.See the Story
US & Canada · Oklahoma City

Oklahoma governor signs the nation’s strictest abortion ban

48% Center coverage: 80 sources
The bill bans abortion starting at fertilization. Opponents have called the bill the most restrictive in the country. Governor Kevin Stitt: "I promised Oklahomans that as governor I would sign every piece of pro-life legislation that came across my desk and I am proud to keep that promise today"See the Story
US & Canada · Portland

‘How to Murder Your Husband’ writer found guilty of murder

53% Center coverage: 55 sources
Nancy Crampton Brophy, 71, found guilty of second-degree murder in husband's death. Daniel Brophy was killed June 2, 2018, as he prepped for work at the Oregon Culinary Institute. Prosecutors told jurors that she was motivated by money problems and life insurance policy.See the Story
US & Canada · Harrisburg

Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary between Oz and McCormick is heading to a recount

52% Center coverage: 59 sources
The state's top election official said Wednesday that the margin between the top two candidates in last week's Republican primary for U.S. Senate is tight enough to trigger a statewide recount. The winner in the race until the recount is complete could take until June 8. Dr. Mehmet Oz, endorsed by President Donald Trump, led McCormick by 9,343, or 007 percentage points, as of Wednesday.See the Story
Europe · Cape Canaveral

Boeing's Starliner back on Earth after successful test in space

58% Center coverage: 38 sources
Boeing's new astronaut taxi has landed safely back on Earth. The Starliner capsule landed at White Sands Space Harbor, part of the U.S. Army's White Sands Missile Range (WSRM) The touchdown brought Boeing's uncrewed Orbital Test Flight 2 (OFT-2) to a successful end.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Biden says Second Amendment 'not absolute' at police executive order signing

44% Right coverage: 18 sources
President Joe Biden said Wednesday that the Second Amendment is not absolute. He called for new limitations on guns in the wake of this week's massacre at a Texas elementary school. Biden was speaking at the White House before signing an executive order on policing. He that he would visit Texas with first lady Jill Biden in the coming days.See the Story
Entertainment

Judge Dismisses Abuse Lawsuit Filed Against Marilyn Manson By Former Assistant - E! Online

57% Left coverage: 7 sources
A judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by Marilyn Manson's former personal assistant. The judge cited the statute of limitations as the reason for dismissal. Marilyn Manson has denied all claims of sexual abuse. The singer is still facing lawsuits from three women: Game of Thrones actress Esm� Bianco, model Ashley Morgan Smithine and a Jane Doe.See the Story
Building Collapse · Temple City

6 trapped after façade of Temple City strip mall collapses: LACoFD

Coverage: 6 sources
The incident was reported in the 9000 block of East Las Tunas Avenue at 4:07 p.m. First responders found that a 50-foot section of a strip mall's fa�ade had collapsed. Six people were trapped inside a hair salon and dry cleaners. No one was injured in the incident.See the Story
School Shooting

Trauma surgeon recounts operating on victims in Texas school shooting: "Sadly, we were prepared"

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
Dr. Lillian Liao is the director of pediatric trauma at University Hospital in San Antonio. She said the injuries in children from Tuesday's mass shooting were "high-velocity firearm injuries" Compared to injuries from handguns, she said these weapons have a more destructive impact on the body.See the Story

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