Former Rep. Liz Cheney reacts to Nashville shooting, calling for less focus on banning books and more on stopping gun violence in schools. https://t.co/V6Xs8TEiIJ
"If we really want to keep our children safe, we need to spend less time banning books and more time stopping the horrific gun violence in our schools," former Rep. Liz Cheney said. https://t.co/F6mlMfz66N
LGBTQ+ groups told Newsweek that publishing the manifesto from the perpetrator of Monday's school shooting could have "serious consequences." Nashville Police said it won't make the manifesto public "during an open investigation." https://t.co/Vr6Xd7NMb0
A six-minute compilation of body camera footage shows how Nashville police officers raced through the Covenant School, searching classrooms and bathrooms, and ultimately killing the shooter. It took officers 14 minutes to arrive and shoot the assailant. https://t.co/alvv6uRi76
Gun violence is now the leading cause of death of children in America. In the wake of the Nashville school shooting, how does this change the conversations you have with your kids? Leave us a voicemail to let us know your thoughts. https://t.co/xCOU0LOBgf
Breaking News: A Maryland appeals court on Tuesday reinstated the murder conviction of Adnan Syed, the “Serial” podcast subject, and ordered a new hearing. He was freed last year after serving 23 years in prison. https://t.co/acXeJFtRZS
"How are our children still dying and why are we failing them?": Woman who survived mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, interrupts news broadcast to ask why America has yet to make substantive progress on gun reform. https://t.co/cUGBRblP51 https://t.co/DGPZwCPOtK
For the first time, MLB The Show will insert players such as Satchel Paige and Jackie Robinson into the new edition of the game as playable characters. https://t.co/hyf9NSx2BT
Niecy Nash is speaking out on gun control after Monday’s school shooting in Nashville. Her own brother died at age 17 in a school shooting more than 30 years ago. https://t.co/pGw3siPmSG
"When babies die at a church school, it is time for us to move beyond thoughts and prayers." Senate chaplain Barry C. Black delivered a pointed opening prayer on Tuesday, taking aim at lawmakers after the deadly Nashville school shooting. https://t.co/KtCaEi7OU1 https://t.co/zCkfeoY53h
This true one-pot wonder of chicken, black beans, rice, tomatoes and chiles will make everyone at the table happy. https://t.co/gviBgHRNHv https://t.co/frWwuLCOmg
Following a shooting at a school in Nashville that killed six, Colorado Republican Rep. Ken Buck reacts to a video he made in 2020 challenging Joe Biden to take away his AR-15. Watch: https://t.co/tHDaMwcfnF
Rep. Maxwell Frost slams GOP colleagues for prioritizing culture war bill, criticizing Republicans for "not giving a damn about the rights of children to be able to go to their classroom without the fear of being gunned down." (via The ReidOut Blog) https://t.co/RJPP4Qvrho
Kaz Kazadi, an assistant athletics director at Texas Christian University, is going viral for his candid conversations with players on the football team. Instead of Xs & Os, Kazadi challenges these young men to be accountable on sensitive topics like partying and sexual consent. https://t.co/SLMyvys07B
Italy moves to ban lab-grown meat in drive to protect home products https://t.co/Qfi7PLafqL https://t.co/fkoUWWNjca
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