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A female shooter who appeared to be a teenager fatally shot three students and three adults at a private Christian school in Nashville, before she was shot and killed by police, authorities said.
An armed 28-year-old woman fatally shot three students and three adults at a private Christian school in Nashville before she was shot and killed by police, authorities said.
Following Monday's shooting at Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, Kings of Leon drummer Nathan Followill, who lives in the community, is airing his outrage at yet another incident of gun violence against schoolchildren, this one close to home.
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Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages worldwide, but the pendulum has swung back and forth about its benefits and drawbacks.
A home security camera catches a coyote attack involving a child in Scottsdale, Arizona. CNN affiliate KPNX reports.
Former NFL Most Valuable Player and Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson wrote on social media Monday that he has requested a trade from the team.
As spring breakers take to the beaches of North Carolina's Outer Banks, they might be joined by an aquatic friend spotted just off the coast: a great white shark named Breton.
Gwyneth Paltrow's accuser, Terry Sanderson, takes the stand in the civil trial stemming from a 2016 skiing accident in Park City, Utah. CNN's Veronica Miracle reports.
He'd longed to go on a "crazy adventure" for years, and as Liam Garner's high school graduation day grew closer, the teenager was more determined than ever to make his escape.
Something started changing in the United States a few years ago. One could almost taste the air of hostility that started wafting across the country. Prejudices that in the past might have been expressed in private are regularly blasted on social media. Conspiracy theories can now be heard on major networks. Promoters of hate can now dine with the powerful. And violence is on the rise.
Adam Sandler is the 2023 recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. He was honored at a ceremony in Washington, DC where many of his close friends paid him tribute by poking fun at him.
Proud Boys member Fernando Alonso, who was with members of the group in Washington, DC, on January 6, 2021, testified on Monday that text messages about "stacking bodies" on the White House lawn were akin to locker-room banter and that members of the group were simply "knuckleheads."
Supporters at Donald Trump's campaign rally in Waco, Texas weigh in on the former president facing a possible indictment.
More than two decades after he was found clinging to an inner tube in the Straits of Florida, Elián González is taking on his most high profile role since the bitter custody battle that returned him to Cuba.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he plans to deploy tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus -- something he says the US has done for decades. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.
Good friends and good physical health may be even more closely linked than previously thought, new research has found.
The 39-year-old tourist opted for a bungee jump after being dared to by his friends. He was left with multiple injuries after the cord snapped seconds into his jump.
Israel is far from the only country facing political maneuvers to weaken its democracy, or the only nation led by a clever politician seeking to manipulate the system for his own benefit. And Israel's citizens are far from the only ones pushing back to defend their democracy.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday said he would postpone the votes on his planned judicial overhaul, but analysts say that may not be enough to cool the protests.
CNN's Hadas Gold reports live from Jerusalem where protests sparked by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's abrupt decision to fire Defense Minister Yoav Gallant over his opposition to the planned judicial overhaul are underway.
For months, hundreds of thousands of Israelis have been taking to the streets across the country to protest far-reaching changes to Israel's legal system some say threaten the country's democratic foundations.
For months, hundreds of thousands of Israelis have been taking to the streets across the country to protest far-reaching changes to Israel's legal system.
Jeremy Renner is continuing on his road of recovery and taking his followers along with him.
Britain's Prince Harry has arrived at London's High Court to attend a hearing in his claim against Associated Newspapers Limited over allegations of unlawful information gathering.
Hulu's 'The Kardashians' released a new teaser trailer on Monday for the upcoming third season of their reality show, and it seems the family is trying to manage their legacy.
TV personality Nick Cannon has addressed his past antisemitic remarks, describing the subsequent fallout as "a growth moment."
Customs officers in Virginia have confiscated more than $700,000 of designer brand counterfeits, including clothing, purses and shoes, in a single shipment.
Brine shrimp, tiny crustaceans living in the Great Salt Lake area for hundreds of thousands of years, are now officially the state crustacean of Utah.
Two drivers are okay after one of their tires detached and rolled into the path of the other vehicle on a California freeway, sending it flying into the air.
A one-eyed cat named Crash is the first-ever cat to win the Cadbury Bunny contest, making him the brand's official "spokesbunny" for the year.
Ellen Min doesn't go to the grocery store anymore. She avoids bars and going out to eat with her friends; festivals and community events are out, too. This year, she opted not to take her kids to the local St. Patrick's Day parade.
Silicon Valley Bank imploded due to mismanagement and a sudden panic among depositors, a top Federal Reserve official plans to tell lawmakers at a hearing on Tuesday.
Federal regulators sued Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, and its CEO for allegedly violating trading rules.
The Platte River flows eastward through Nebraska at depths far too shallow for shipping. "In some places it is a mile wide and three-quarters of an inch deep," the writer Edgar Nye said in 1889, coining a phrase still in use.
Like many others, I recently learned of actor Bruce Willis' frontotemporal dementia diagnosis after his family issued a statement that circulated in the media. Unlike many others, I was clearing leftovers from my father's memorial service when I read the news. I had buried my father, Behrooz, earlier in the week. The previous Saturday night in my childhood home, he had died with his hand in mine after losing a long battle with the very same disease. He was 64.
This weekend, we were reminded about a major reason that President Joe Biden soundly defeated Donald Trump in 2020.
Billionaire media magnate Rupert Murdoch celebrated St. Patricks' Day this year by proposing to his companion Ann Lesley Smith. (Spoiler alert: She said yes!) Instead of heart emojis and congratulatory wishes, though, Murdoch's happy news sparked snide tweets and mocking memes. Why the snark? Smith will be Murdoch's fifth wife, and his divorce from model Jerry Hall was finalized just seven months ago.
As a native of France who has lived in America for many years, I never fail to be shocked at the sight of older workers packing groceries at the supermarket. It suggests to me a deplorable lack of social supports that could allow aged people to enjoy a dignified retirement.
Ever since last Saturday when former President Donald Trump predicted on his own social media outlet that he would be arrested the following Tuesday — a prediction that has yet to come to fruition — the entirety of the American media and political firmament quickly jumped from so-called "indictment watch" to all out "fever pitch" as it began contemplating the myriad implications of a former President of the United States being indicted and facing possible felony prosecution.
Well, if those two kids can't make it together, who can?
Kelly Clarkson has a story to tell and, naturally, she's telling it through her music.
If you are among those passengers who boarded Showtime's mystery "Yellowjackets" and couldn't get enough of it, fasten your seat belts for more turbulence in Season 2. As for others unmoved by the slow pace of revelations in the twin-track drama, the first four episodes offer little hope of reaching a clear destination anytime soon.
After the previous week's extended detour into the dysfunction of the New Republic, "The Mandalorian" returned to more conventional pursuits, like an aerial battle to save a Mandalorian child from a giant winged monster. But the fourth episode, "The Foundling," was actually defined by a flashback, one that featured a rather special cameo.
No spoilers here, but you may want to hang around after the credits run for "John Wick: Chapter 4."
By now "Ted Lasso" has reached the formula stage, following a familiar game plan in kicking off its third and presumably final season. That's not a knock on the Emmy-winning comedy as much as a tacit endorsement of wrapping things up, with the show and its trademark niceness having run its course after offering the right prescription for our Covid times.
A direct "wine train" could soon link London and southern France, and the world's happiest country is set to share its secrets with a lucky few in a free master class on home turf, with travel expenses covered.
At least 2,000 mummified ram heads dating from the Ptolemaic period and a palatial Old Kingdom structure have been uncovered at the temple of Ramses II in the ancient city of Abydos in southern Egypt, antiquities officials said on Saturday.
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