Federal student aid website lags after Biden’s $10K loan forgiveness announcement
Hours after President Joe Biden announced many Americans can have up to $10,000 in federal student loan debt forgiven, the website that manages federal student aid became overwhelmed by those rushing to check the status of their loans and whether they qualify.
Former White House ethics czar explains handling of presidential documents in wake of Mar-a-Lago raid
After agents searched former president Donald Trump's house Monday as part of a federal investigation into documents taken from the White House, a former white house ethics czar explains how presidential documents must be handled.
Grizzly bear returns, kills woman camping in her sleep after she scared it off an hour earlier, wildlife officials
The 417-pound (189 kilogram) male grizzly bear broke her neck and severed her spine, an autopsy found, causing instantaneous death. A nearly empty can of bear spray that appeared to have been recently deployed was found under her tent, officials said.
6 dead, 30 hurt in shooting at Chicago-area July 4 parade
Police say a gunman on a rooftop opened fire on an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago, killing at least six people, wounding at least 30 and sending hundreds of marchers, parents with strollers and children on bicycles fleeing in terror.
10-year-old recounts escape through window in Texas elementary school shooting
As the Uvalde, Texas, community deals with the aftermath of Tuesday's fatal school shooting, many of the young survivors say the experience left them shaken and scarred. A second grader described his ordeal to CNN’s Adrienne Broaddus.
Timeline: 911 calls, new details reveal more about Texas elementary school shooting
The last week of classes at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, ended in terror Tuesday when a gunman opened fire, killing 19 students and two teachers. News4JAX sister station KSAT in San Antonio, which is 85 miles from Uvalde, reported that 15 of the victims have been publicly identified as of Thursday morning.
‘They know what a hero looks like’: Daughter pens open letter to ‘selfless’ teacher killed in Uvalde school shooting
The daughter of Eva Mireles, one of the teachers who was shot and killed Tuesday along with 19 students at an elementary school in Texas, penned a heartbreaking, yet heartwarming, letter to her mother, giving the world a look inside the soul of the woman being hailed as a selfless hero.
Shootings near Milwaukee Bucks playoff game prompt curfew
Downtown Milwaukee will be under a limited curfew for the rest of the weekend and a massive watch party scheduled for Sunday has been called off after 21 people were injured in three separate shootings near an entertainment district where thousands gathered for an NBA playoff game.