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  • Uvalde victim's family moved to Texas in search of a 'safer place'

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  • Breaking down new details on police response during Texas school shooting

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  • Texas officials give updated timeline of Uvalde school shooting

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  • Four arrested, classes canceled after 'credible' Texas school threat

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  • Amber Heard’s Washington Post op-ed ‘isn’t a hit piece on Johnny Depp,’ attorney says

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  • Biden praises Naval Academy graduates: 'You are ready'

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  • Heard attorney: Depp ‘cannot and will not take responsibility for his own actions’

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  • 'Are we next?': Virginia students rally for new gun laws following Texas shooting

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  • Ohio students demand new gun laws in wake of Texas shooting

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Geothermal energy could heat homes and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels

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Geothermal energy uses the natural warmth below the surface of the Earth to heat water which can then be used to heat houses. It's a clean and reliable. But, can there ever be enough buy-in to use it to radically change how we power our world?