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    People travel to Uvalde to show support

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  • Federal government uses defense production act for the third time this week

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  • Jury deliberations begin in Depp v Heard trial

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  • Memorial Day Weekend hit with severe weather warnings

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  • Demonstrators protest annual NRA meeting in aftermath of Uvalde school massacre

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  • Federal investigators scrutinize Uvalde police actions during shooting

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  • Uvalde, Texas community pushes for answers from law enforcement

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  • Texas DPS Director admits police were slow to act during the Uvalde elementary school massacre

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  • Uvalde community takes action in grief

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  • Ray Liotta passes away at 67 years old

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  • Carnival Freedom cruise ship catches on fire

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  • Senators in Washington see a chance for new gun legislation

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

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  • Police face questions on Texas elementary school shooting timeline

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  • 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

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

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  • Baby formula manufacturing plant plans to reopen in June

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

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  • World wonders why America is rife with mass shootings

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Popular jogging stroller was facing recall. But that changed with the new administration

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission decided in 2017 to pursue a recall of Britax strollers built before October 2015, but former Democratic Commissioners tell the Washington Post that after the commission's leadership changed under President Trump, the suit was settled without recall.