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    Uvalde community takes action in grief

    01:29
  • Ray Liotta passes away at 67 years old

    01:29
  • Carnival Freedom cruise ship catches on fire

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  • Senators in Washington see a chance for new gun legislation

    02:03
  • Students and parents remember the day of the Uvalde, Texas massacre

    05:07
  • Police face questions on Texas elementary school shooting timeline

    04:17
  • Beto O’Rourke confronts Gov. Greg Abbott after Uvalde massacre: ‘This is on you’

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  • Uvalde, Texas massacre: What we know about the victims

    02:58
  • 19 children, 2 teachers killed in Uvalde, Texas school shooting

    03:49
  • Baby formula manufacturing plant plans to reopen in June

    02:16
  • Uvalde, Texas mayor: 'This town is broken'

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  • World wonders why America is rife with mass shootings

    02:47
  • A moment of silence after the Uvalde mass shooting: ‘We simply have no words’

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  • Uvalde mass shooting: What we know about the law enforcement response

    02:35
  • Uvalde gunman bought two AR-15s days after he turned 18

    02:17
  • How Congress is responding to the massacre at Robb Elementary School

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  • How parents are responding to the Uvalde school shooting

    02:27
  • Georgia voters reject Trump-endorsed candidates in critical primary

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  • What we know about the gunman in the Uvalde mass shooting

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  • Uvalde massacre is part of a ‘plague’ of gun violence in the U.S.

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Climate in Crisis: How to save a glacier

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Across the world, more than 300 billion tons of glacier ice melts annually, accounting for about a third of the rise in global sea levels, according to a scientific paper in the journal Nature this year. Tonight in our weeklong series “Climate in Crisis,” Richard Engel travels to Iceland, home to nearly 300 named glaciers.