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  • Ray Liotta passes away at 67 years old

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  • Police face questions on Texas elementary school shooting timeline

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  • Students in Michigan, Wisconsin, stage walkout over gun violence

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  • Meghan Markle pays respects at scene of Texas school shooting

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  • Book recommendations with NBC News’ Ali Vitali

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  • How minority communities are supporting each other after Uvalde shooting

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  • Oklahoma Gov. Stitt signs nation's strictest abortion ban into law 

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  • ‘War is a health issue’: WHO condemns Russian aggression in Ukraine

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  • NRA pushes forward with Houston event in wake of Texas school shooting

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  • Texas police say armed school officer was not on campus when shooting started

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  • Texas officials give timeline of school shooting amid questions over police response

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Are Chinese hackers targeting U.S. economy?

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The former head of the CIA and NSA, Gen. Michael Hayden, says that China is launching cyberattacks against every sector of the U.S. economy. Most companies do not say much - if anything - about being hacked. But in an exclusive television interview with CNBC’s David Faber, one victim describes how the cyber-attack unfolded before his eyes.