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“At approximately 11:32 am this morning there was a mass casualty at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. This school has children that are in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade.”

Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Chief of Police Pete Arredondo in a news conference on Tuesday after a school shooting in Uvalde, Texas — approx. 85 miles west of San Antonio.

may 24, 2022

“... the Court concludes that the public interest would be served by a preliminary injunction preventing the termination of the CDC's Title 42 Orders.”

Louisiana U.S. District Judge Robert Summerhays ruling that public health order Title 42 must remain in place along the U.S. southern border in a lawsuit brought by 24 states against the U.S. government.

may 24, 2022

“... survivors and others who reported abuse were ignored, disbelieved, or met with the constant refrain that the SBC could take no action due to its polity (structure) regarding church autonomy ...”

Findings of a nearly 300-page report chronicling how leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention have consistently hid reports of abuse and avoided liability.

may 24, 2022

“Yes. That’s the commitment we made.”

Pres. Biden on whether the U.S. would militarily defend Taiwan if needed — a much more direct response than usual about American policy in the region.

may 23, 2022

“Infected persons will have to go into contact isolation until the injuries have healed.”

Belgium announcing a first-of-its-kind quarantine for those testing positive for monkeypox — after the virus usually found in certain African countries emerged in 12 other countries.

may 23, 2022

“It is a large shipment of very specific and specialized formula.”

Agriculture Sec. Tom Vilsack as the first sizable shipments of infant formula arrive in the U.S. from Europe in an attempt to ease the baby formula shortage.

may 23, 2022

“The bottom line is, it is going to be an expensive summer.”

Michael Tran, managing director for global energy strategy at RBC Capital Markets. Gas prices hit another record high today, and analysts expect prices to remain higher than usual for some time.

may 23, 2022

“Do not eat any recalled Jif brand peanut butter. Throw it away.”

The CDC in a food safety alert on a salmonella outbreak likely linked to now-recalled peanut butter.

may 23, 2022

“This is about the risk and the life of babies in this country.”

Appropriations Chair Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.), who introduced a $28 million emergency supplemental bill to help address the baby formula shortage. Two bills related to the shortage have been passed in the House, and the Defense Production Act was also implemented to help curb the shortage.

may 19, 2022

“This is further evidence that the desire to end the so-called forever wars is good in theory, but reality kind of smacks you in the face.”

Bill Roggio, senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and editor of the foundation's Long War Journal, on the U.S. once again deploying troops to Somalia in order to counter terrorist group al-Shabab.

may 18, 2022

“This crisis on our roads is urgent and preventable.”

Dr. Steven Cliff, deputy administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). A new report found that 2021 had the highest number of traffic fatalities since 2005

may 18, 2022

“This is a good day at a critical moment for our security.”

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg after Finland and Sweden submit NATO applications. The two countries already are NATO's closest partners, but their membership would establish further security in Europe.

may 18, 2022

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“At approximately 11:32 am this morning there was a mass casualty at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. This school has children that are in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade.”

Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Chief of Police Pete Arredondo in a news conference on Tuesday after a school shooting in Uvalde, Texas — approx. 85 miles west of San Antonio.

may 24, 2022

“... the Court concludes that the public interest would be served by a preliminary injunction preventing the termination of the CDC's Title 42 Orders.”

Louisiana U.S. District Judge Robert Summerhays ruling that public health order Title 42 must remain in place along the U.S. southern border in a lawsuit brought by 24 states against the U.S. government.

may 24, 2022

“... survivors and others who reported abuse were ignored, disbelieved, or met with the constant refrain that the SBC could take no action due to its polity (structure) regarding church autonomy ...”

Findings of a nearly 300-page report chronicling how leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention have consistently hid reports of abuse and avoided liability.

may 24, 2022

“Yes. That’s the commitment we made.”

Pres. Biden on whether the U.S. would militarily defend Taiwan if needed — a much more direct response than usual about American policy in the region.

may 23, 2022

“Infected persons will have to go into contact isolation until the injuries have healed.”

Belgium announcing a first-of-its-kind quarantine for those testing positive for monkeypox — after the virus usually found in certain African countries emerged in 12 other countries.

may 23, 2022

“It is a large shipment of very specific and specialized formula.”

Agriculture Sec. Tom Vilsack as the first sizable shipments of infant formula arrive in the U.S. from Europe in an attempt to ease the baby formula shortage.

may 23, 2022

“The bottom line is, it is going to be an expensive summer.”

Michael Tran, managing director for global energy strategy at RBC Capital Markets. Gas prices hit another record high today, and analysts expect prices to remain higher than usual for some time.

may 23, 2022

“Do not eat any recalled Jif brand peanut butter. Throw it away.”

The CDC in a food safety alert on a salmonella outbreak likely linked to now-recalled peanut butter.

may 23, 2022

“This is about the risk and the life of babies in this country.”

Appropriations Chair Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.), who introduced a $28 million emergency supplemental bill to help address the baby formula shortage. Two bills related to the shortage have been passed in the House, and the Defense Production Act was also implemented to help curb the shortage.

may 19, 2022

“This is further evidence that the desire to end the so-called forever wars is good in theory, but reality kind of smacks you in the face.”

Bill Roggio, senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and editor of the foundation's Long War Journal, on the U.S. once again deploying troops to Somalia in order to counter terrorist group al-Shabab.

may 18, 2022

“This crisis on our roads is urgent and preventable.”

Dr. Steven Cliff, deputy administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). A new report found that 2021 had the highest number of traffic fatalities since 2005

may 18, 2022

“This is a good day at a critical moment for our security.”

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg after Finland and Sweden submit NATO applications. The two countries already are NATO's closest partners, but their membership would establish further security in Europe.

may 18, 2022

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