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Breach Exposed Data Of Half-Million Chicago Students, Staff

In total, 495,448 student and 56,138 employee records from Chicago Public Schools were accessed from 2015-16 through 2018-2019 school years.


U.S. President Joe Biden disembarks from Air Force One
Evan Vucci / AP

Taiwan Not Included In Launch Of New Biden Indo-Pacific Pact

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Daniel Shular/The Grand Rapids Press via AP

AP Source: Giuliani Interviewed For Hours By 1/6 Committee

2:51U.S. President Joe Biden and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol
Evan Vucci / AP

U.S., South Korea Open To Expanded Military Drills To Deter North

Memorial for the victims of the Buffalo supermarket shooting outside the Tops Friendly Market
Joshua Bessex / AP

Buffalo Shooting Victim Laid To Rest; City Marks 1 Week

3:51Baby formula is displayed on the shelves of a grocery store.
Rick Bowmer/AP

Infants Hospitalized Due To Nationwide Shortage Of Baby Formula

0:34Tornado damage in Michigan
Steven Bischer via AP

Rare Northern Michigan Tornado Kills 2, Injures More Than 40

3:42Firefighters monitor a controlled burn in California
Nic Coury / AP

California Lawmakers Push For Bill That Would Support Firefighters

2:58Wildfire smoke hangs above power lines
Noah Berger / AP

Summer Heat Expected To Strain Power Grid, Force Outages

2:10Home for sale
Michael Conroy / AP

Housing Shortage Leads To Skyrocketing Home Prices

3:57Memorial for those killed in the Buffalo supermarket massacre
Matt Rourke / AP

After Buffalo Massacre, Civil Rights Leaders Pitch Anti-Hate Plans

Trader on the New York Stock Exchange floor
Courtney Crow / New York Stock Exchange via AP

Wall Street, Global Markets Bounce Back On China's Rate Cut

10:34Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown.
Andrew Harnik / AP

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown Speaks To Newsy

Nala the dog.
Julie Thornton Johnson via Simplemost

Couple Woke Up To A Stranger In Their Bed — A Dog That Wasn't Theirs

4:31Saguaro cacti are shown in front of an Arizona landscape.

Climate Change Is Threatening The Saguaro Cactus' Survival

2:54People stand outside Tops supermarket.

Online Threats Bring New Fears To Buffalo Residents

3:53A co-responder unit sits in a police car.

VA Police Partner With Mental Illness Experts To Change Their Response

4:55A person holds a phone.

How The New 988 Hotline Will Change Mental Health Crisis Response

14:10Linda Beigel Schulman
Seth Wenig / AP

Newsy Speaks With Linda Beigel Schulman

0:27A hiring sign outside of a business
Nam Y. Huh / AP

U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Rise But Remain Near Half-Century Low

4:51Mildred Wilson in a Tough Mudder competition.
Danny Wilson

83-Year-Old Woman Becomes Oldest Tough Mudder Competitor

6:48Low stock of baby formula on store shelves
Michael Conroy / AP

President Biden Invokes Defense Production Act For Formula Shortage

0:28A police officer stands guard outside the scene of a shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, N.Y.
Matt Rourke / AP

Grand Jury Indicts Man In Buffalo Supermarket Shooting

6:09Rifles for sale
Alex Brandon / AP

Buffalo Shooter's Previous Threat Raises Red-Flag Questions

1:01Police walk outside the Tops grocery store.
Joshua Bessex / AP

911 Dispatcher Who Took Buffalo Shooting Call Put On Leave

7:19Parents and their adopted child
Jacquelyn Martin / AP

How Does The U.S. Adoption System Work?

3:03A DJ works at The Lot Radio.

Shipping Container Radio Station Unites Brooklyn Music Community

2:29The United States' team celebrates with the trophy after winning the Women's World Cup final soccer match.
Alessandra Tarantino / AP

U.S. Women's, Men's National Soccer Will Get Equal Pay After New Deal

3:41A customer pumps gas at an Exxon gas station
Marta Lavandier / AP

Explaining Gas Taxes, And Why Gas Prices Can Differ Between Stations

7:59The Javinar family
Javinar Family

Military Families Facing Hunger Look To Federal Programs For Help

11:11The image asks, "How does the military control its Hollywood image?"

Pop Quiz: How Does The Military Control Its Hollywood Image?