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  • Shooter warning signs get lost in sea of social media posts

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The warning signs were there for anyone to stumble upon, days before the 18-year-old gunman entered a Texas elementary school and slaughtered 19 children and two teachers. There was the Instagram photo of a hand holding a gun magazine, a TikTok profile that warned, “Kids be scared,” and the image of two AR-style

  • Questions arise over police delays with gunman inside school

    UVALDE, Texas (AP) — The gunman who killed 21 people at a Texas elementary school was in the building for over an hour before he was killed by law enforcement officers, authorities say. It was 11:28 a.m. when Salvador Ramos’ Ford pickup slammed into a ditch behind the low-slung Texas school and the driver jumped

  • Key inflation gauge slowed to still-high 6.3% over past year

    An inflation gauge closely tracked by the Federal Reserve rose 6.3% in April from a year earlier, the first slowdown since November 2020 and a sign that high prices may finally be moderating, at least for now. The inflation figure that the Commerce Department reported Friday was below the four-decade high of 6.6% that was set in

  • UK’s Dunblane grieves for Uvalde, fears nothing will change

    LONDON (AP) — When Mick North’s 5-year-old daughter was gunned down at her school, he vowed through his grief that it must never happen again. And it hasn’t — in Britain, at least. The 1996 massacre of 16 elementary school students in Dunblane, Scotland led to a ban on owning handguns in the U.K. While

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