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US & Canada · Fayetteville

Reality TV’s Josh Duggar gets 12 years in child porn case

51% Center coverage: 100 sources
Prosecutors had asked U.S. District Judge Timothy Brooks to give the maximum term of 20 years to Duggar. The judge sentenced Duggar to 12 years and seven months in prison, one day after denying a defense motion to overturn the guilty verdict on grounds of insufficient evidence. TLC canceled Duggar's reality show in 2015 following allegations that Duggar had molested four of his sisters and a babysitter.See the Story
US & Canada · Oklahoma City

Oklahoma governor signs the nation’s strictest abortion ban

49% Center coverage: 78 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
Europe · London

UK ‘partygate’ report blames culture of Johnson’s office

Coverage: 57 sources
A report into lockdown-breaching U.K. government parties published Wednesday said blame for a “culture” of rule-breaking in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s office must rest with those at the top.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
US & Canada · Washington

Vaccines may offer ‘only partial protection’ against long COVID: study

67% Center coverage: 31 sources
The post-acute sequelae of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection have been characterized. Increasingly, vaccinated individuals are being diagnosed with COVID-19 as a result of breakthrough SARS- CoV- 2 infection (BTI) Whether people with BTI experience post-ACute sequelAE is not clear.See the Story
US & Canada · Uvalde

Amanda Gorman's poem on Texas shooting has captivated the internet

58% Left coverage: 12 sources
The 24-year-old National Youth Poet Laureate took to Twitter following Tuesday's tragedy. "Schools scared to death. The truth is, one education under desks, Stooped low from bullets," she wrote. Gorman also posted a series of tweets on gun violence.See the Story
US & Canada · Uvalde

Facebook rejects Abbott allegation about Texas shooter’s posts

38% Left coverage: 8 sources
Texas Governor Greg Abbott says officials had "no meaningful forewarning" of the shooting. The gunman said in separate Facebook posts 30 minutes before the rampage that he had "shot his grandmother," and was going to "shoot up an elementary school" Abbott was heckled over his gun control stance by rival Democrat Beto O'Rourke.See the Story
Uvalde · Uvalde

34 Years Later, Winnetka School Shooting Victim Reflects on Uvalde Massacre: ‘We Don't Have to Live Like This'

50% Center coverage: 6 sources
19 students and two teachers were shot to death at an elementary school in Uvalde, the worst school shooting in Texas history. Houston ISD Superintendent Millard House II leads the largest school district in Texas. He and Assistant HISD Police Chief Lucretia Rogers worked to address concerns at Wednesday's meeting.See the Story
US & Canada

Texas state bar files lawsuit against Paxton for attempt to overturn 2020 election

60% Left coverage: 5 sources
The State Bar of Texas filed a professional misconduct lawsuit against Attorney General Ken Paxton. The filing is an extraordinary move by the body that regulates law licenses in the state against the sitting attorney general. It stems from complaints against Paxton for a lawsuit that the U.S. Supreme Court threw out, saying Texas lacked standing to sue.See the Story

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