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Uvalde Police Chief Resigns from City Council a Month After Being Sworn in Following School Shooting
"I feel this is the best decision for Uvalde," said Uvalde police chief Pete Arredondo
Cara Delevingne Goes Topless and Says 'It's All of Our Jobs' to Fight for Women's and Trans Rights
"It's all of our jobs to stand up for each other," Cara Delevingne said in British Vogue's August 2022 Pride issue, while opening up about her LGBTQ identity
Nikki Haley Teases 2024 Presidential Run in Iowa, Says She'll Do It 'If There's a Place for Me'
The former U.N. ambassador and governor of South Carolina told reporters in Des Moines, Iowa, that she is open to running for president in the 2024 election cycle
Trump Allies Allegedly Contacted Witnesses About 'Loyalty' Before Jan. 6 Testimonies: 'Potential Tampering'
The Jan. 6 select committee showed screenshots of messages sent to a witness, which commended their "loyalty" in an apparent attempt to influence their testimony
White House Describes Scene in Florida as 'Don't Say Gay' Bill Takes Effect: 'More Fearful and Less Free'
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre details some of the actions already being taken in Florida on day one of the law, calling it "discrimination, plain and simple"
James Corden Acts as President Joe Biden's Aide for a Day in Late Late Show Segment
The late-night host made a trip to the White House as part of his segment "Take a Break"
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Amnesty International Report Says Mariupol Theater Bombing Was a Deliberate 'War Crime'
The report says damage produced by the explosion "is consistent with the detonation of two, but plausibly one, large aerial bombs, dropped at the same time"
At Least 19 Killed by Russian Missile Strike on Residential Block Near Odesa, Ukraine
Two children were killed in the pre-dawn attack in Serhiivka, a small town 30 miles southwest of the Ukrainian port city, reported the Associated Press
Lawmakers, Celebrities React After Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson's Historic Swearing-In

On Thursday, Jackson became the 116th associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States and the first Black female justice to sit on the court