Gun manufacturers have taken in more than $1 billion from selling the weapons over the past decade, at times marketing them as a way for young men to prove their masculinity.
Month: July 2022
Mandy Gutierrez, principal of Robb Elementary School, was suspended with pay Monday, her attorney, Ricardo Cedillo, confirmed to ABC News.
While the heat will drop in some areas, the South and the Pacific Northwest will continue to see extreme temperatures above 90 for much of the week.
The Jan. 6 committee has vowed its investigation will continue, after a primetime hearing on Thursday capped off six weeks of televised testimony.
Wednesday marks Day 3 in the penalty phase trial for Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz.
Three members of a county sheriff’s office and a member of the county’s fire department were returning to Albuquerque after responding to a wildfire.
Many responding officers “were given and relied upon inaccurate information,” and others “had enough information to know better,” the report states.
The fire, which more than doubled in size over the weekend, was burning at the edge of Yosemite’s Mariposa Grove, home to the Grizzly Giant and other sequoias.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) — A wildfire threatening the largest grove of giant sequoias in Yosemite National Park more than doubled in size in a day, and firefighters were working in difficult terrain Sunday to protect the iconic trees and a small mountain town.
Highland Park gunman admitted to firing on parade crowd and contemplated attack in Madison, Wisconsin, officials say
BREAKING NEWS (CNN): Madison, Wisconsin Narrowly Averted Being Site of a Second Mass Murder Perpetrated By Trump Fan Bobby Crimo; Highland Park Suspect Had Weapon with 60 Rounds and Considered Shooting Up Event in Liberal Enclave While on the Run After Highland Park Parade Attack pic.twitter.com/DRPSrPz8WZ — Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) July 6, 2022 Authorities now […]