Flowers are left at the scene of a shooting in central Oslo

Gunman Kills 2 During Oslo Pride Festival; Terror Suspected

A security chief called the attack an "extreme Islamist terror act" and said the suspect had a history of violence and mental health issues.


An Army National Guard member pulls up tape marking a line at a coronavirus mass-vaccination site
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Army Guard Troops Risk Dismissal As Vaccine Deadline Looms

Planes sit on the tarmac at the Des Moines International Airport
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Airlines Aim To Shift Blame For Flight Problems To FAA

1:56People stand at the National Right to Life convention.

National Right To Life Convention Erupted In Cheer After Roe Decision

A person smokes an e-cigarette
Craig Mitchelldyer / AP

Juul Can Keep Selling E-Cigarettes As Court Blocks FDA Ban

4:34European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen
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European Union Makes Ukraine A Candidate To Join Bloc

10:10Abortion-rights activists protest outside of the U.S. Supreme Court on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Jose Luis Magana / AP

Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade; States Can Ban Abortion

3:35Former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx
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Former COVID Response Coordinator Criticizes Early Missteps

3:41The site of the Tops supermarket is shown.

Doctors Work To Up Mental Health Resources In Buffalo After Shooting

4:41A field hospital in Mykolayiv, Ukraine receives a Starlink terminal in April
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Ukraine Receives Starlink Satellite Internet System From Elon Musk

4:20People kneel outside of Tops supermarket.

How The Buffalo Shooting Brought 'Supermarket Redlining' To Light

2:50Jackie Cazares
Newsy / Cazares family

Family Remembers Their Daughter 4 Weeks After Shooting In Uvalde

1:13Workers pump water out of the foundation of the former Champlain Towers South building.
Marta Lavandier / AP

Judge Approves $1B+ Deal In Deadly Florida Condo Collapse

1:08First Lady Jill Biden and tennis great Billie Jean King
Patrick Semansky / AP

First Lady Jill Biden Marks 50th Anniversary Of Title IX

0:22An electronic cigarette from Juul Labs.
Brynn Anderson / AP

FDA Bans Juul E-Cigarettes Tied To Teen Vaping Surge

0:51Justin Ross Harris
Stephen B. Morton / Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP

Murder Conviction Overturned In Georgia Hot Car Death Case

4:13Protesters in support of Ukraine
Olivier Matthys / AP

European Union Leaders Set To Grant Ukraine Candidate Status

8:30Proud Boys leader Henry "Enrique" Tarrio.
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Proud Boys Riot Trial Delayed Due To Committee Hearings

0:32Campaign sign for Pete Arredondo
Jae C. Hong / AP

Uvalde School Police Chief On Leave Following Mass Shooting

2:38Elmendorf Police Chief Marco Pena testifies on the second day of a hearing in the Texas state senate chamber.
Eric Gay / AP

Uvalde Gunman Showed Issues That Normally Warn Authorities

Crime scene tape surrounds Robb Elementary School after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Jae C. Hong / AP

Uvalde Mayor Says Robb Elementary Will Be Demolished After Shooting

2:18Dozens of vehicles lined up outside Yellowstone National Park’s entrance
Matthew Brown / AP

Officials Give An Update On The Yellowstone Flooding

2:06Asian carp
M. Spencer Green / AP

Illinois Announces New Name For Asian Carp, An Invasive Fish Species

0:24Baby formula on store shelves
Michael Conroy / AP

U.S. Importing Baby Formula From Mexico To Ease Shortage

3:24U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland and Ukrainian Prosecutor General of Ukraine Iryna Venediktova.
Nariman El-Mofty / AP

Attorney General Merrick Garland Takes Surprise Visit To Ukraine

Ukrainian photojournalist Maks Levin
Inna Varenytsia / AP

Press Group: Ukraine Journalist, Soldier 'Coldly Executed'

0:33Katie Bryant, Daunte Wright's mother, is surrounded by community members and activists
Nicole Neri / AP

$3.2M Settlement Reached In Police Killing Of Daunte Wright

3:38Yellowstone National Park Ranger surveys damage from floods
Matthew Brown / AP

Yellowstone National Park Partially Reopens After Historic Flooding

0:28Fire crews work to tame wildfires
Rachel Gibbons / Arizona Daily Sun via AP

Labor Shortage Compounds Federal Firefighters' Staffing Woes

0:48Afghans look at destruction caused by an earthquake.
Bakhtar News Agency via AP

Afghanistan Quake Kills At Least 1,000 People, Deadliest In Decades

6:21The Second Largest Minority
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The History Of LGBTQ Officers In The U.S. Intelligence Community