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Car Drives into Crowd Killing 1, Injuring 17 During Fundraiser for Fire Victims—Suspect in Custody

One person is dead, and 17 others are injured after a driver crashed his vehicle into a crowd of people during a fundraiser for victims of a recent house fire, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

How the FBI Undercounts Armed Citizen Responders to Mass Killers—and Media Play Along

The shooting that killed three people and injured another at a Greenwood, Indiana, mall on July 17 drew broad national attention because of how it ended—when 22-year-old Elisjsha Dicken, carrying a licensed handgun, fatally shot the attacker.

Monkeypox: California, Illinois Declare State of Emergency, Push Vax Tied to Heart Disease, ‘Spontaneous Abortion’

The U.S. had 5,811 monkeypox cases as of Monday, according to the CDC.

Robb Elementary School Principal’s Leave With Pay Lifted, Will Continue to Serve in Role: Lawyer

The principal of Robb Elementary School in Texas, Mandy Gutierrez, has been reinstated three days after she was placed on paid administrative, her attorney has said.

‘Good Samaritan’ With Gun Ends Greenwood Park Mall Shooting

Police say the actions of a Bartholomew County man saved lives after a shooter opened fire in the Greenwood Park Mall Sunday evening.

Acting Police Chief on Day of Uvalde Mass Shooting Placed on Administrative Leave

An investigative report that is being described as a preliminary report was released Sunday in Uvalde, Texas.

Mother Whose Son Was Shot ‘Point Blank in the Head’ Decimates Dem Gun Control Agenda: ‘I Don’t Need the Government to Save Me’

Gun rights activist Lucretia Hughes delivered powerful testimony to lawmakers on Wednesday, making her case for why more gun control laws will not solve gun violence problems.

Terrorists Firebomb Pro-life Center in Buffalo, New York

Authorities in Buffalo, New York are investigating a fire at a pro-life pregnancy center early Tuesday morning as a case of arson.

Tens of Thousands of Chickens Killed in Massive Farm Fire

Living near an unincorporated community of Northwest Arkansas, I sometimes joke that our would-be town is made up of maybe 40,000 or 60,000, maybe more.

DOJ to Review Response to Texas School Shooting

The Justice Department said Sunday it will review the law enforcement response to the Texas school shooting, an unusual federal look back prompted by questions about the shifting and at times contradictory information from authorities that have enraged a community in shock and sorrow.

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