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  • Investigators reveal there were worries about the suspect's behavior in the timeline of events leading up to a deadly high school shooting in Michigan
  • The timeline of events leading up to a deadly high school shooting Tuesday in Michigan reveals there were concerns about the teen suspect's behavior before the tragedy that left four dead and seven injured.


  • Beloved athlete and senior scholarship winner among victims
  • Friends, family and an entire Michigan high school are grieving the loss of four students after a 15-year-old boy opened fire during the school day, killing four peers and shooting seven others on campus.


  • Student breaks down after learning classmate died in shooting
  • CNN's Adrienne Broaddus speaks with Oxford High School student JaVon Pittman and his family about the shooting that left at least four of his classmates dead and several others injured.


  • Here's why the suspect has been charged with terrorism
  • Ethan Crumbley, who is accused of killing four fellow students at a Michigan high school, will be tried as an adult and faces murder, assault and weapons charges.


  • Authorities look for motive with 15-year-old suspect in custody
  • School bells were replaced by police sirens Tuesday after a shooting at Michigan's Oxford High School left four students dead.


  • Students escaped out of windows during shooting
  • The terror at Michigan's Oxford High School that left four dead started with gunfire, yelling and an urgent message on a loudspeaker.


  • How US gun culture stacks up with the world
  • Atlanta. Orlando. Las Vegas. Newtown. Parkland. San Bernardino.


  • Fauci calls out Fox for its silence after host compares him to Nazi doctor
  • • New testing requirements for US-bound travelers will take effect Monday • Watch: Moderna president clarifies CEO's remarks on vaccine's efficacy against Omicron • LIVE UPDATES Just about any Covid-19 vaccine works as a booster, study finds


  • US Army and FAA investigating military flyover of NFL game
  • • NFL suspends three players, including Bucs' Antonio Brown, for violating Covid-19 protocols


  • Alec Baldwin spoke at length about the tragedy on 'Rust' set. Here's what he said


  • Trump says Mark Meadows' Covid claim is 'fake news'. Hours later, Meadows agreed
  • Former President Donald Trump is reportedly 'furious' over a forthcoming book written by Mark Meadows, his former chief of staff, in which Meadows says Trump tested positive for Covid-19 on September 26 - three days before his first debate with Joe Biden. CNN chief political analyst Gloria Borger has more.


  • 14 people arrested for group thefts at high-end Los Angeles stores
  • Fourteen people involved in recent group thefts at high-end Los Angeles stores have been arrested, authorities said.


  • DA who released Waukesha suspect ahead of tragedy says it was the result of human error by an overworked staffer
  • The Milwaukee district attorney whose office allowed for the release of a man accused of running over holiday parade attendees last month said Thursday that his low cash bail amount was the result of "human error" by an early-career prosecutor.


  • The surprising common psychological traits between the far left and far right
  • The psychology of extremism can help explain how our society has turned into a 24/7 culture war. The latest "Reality Check with John Avlon: Extremist Beat" examines the science between what's causing people on the left and right to grow more extreme - with social psychology professor Jonathan Haidt.


  • Why John Roberts cited the private papers of the justice who wrote Roe v. Wade
  • • Analysis: Roberts has a plan to gut -- yet save -- Roe vs. Wade. Can it work? • Women share how access to abortion impacted their lives -- whether they chose one or not


  • Opinion: Why overturning Roe v. Wade would be a disaster for conservatives
  • Just when you think you know the depth of former President Donald Trump's recklessness and arrogance, something new comes along to prove you don't. According to The Guardian, former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows reveals in a new book that Trump tested positive for the Covid-19 virus three day before his first debate with then-presidential candidate Joe Biden. The book says another test in that period came back negative.


  • Former nurse who sexually assaulted an intellectually disabled woman is sentenced to 10 years in prison
  • A man who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting an intellectually disabled woman in an Arizona long-term health care facility was sentenced to 10 years in prison Thursday, according to prosecutors.


  • 9-year-old Afghan girl who was sold into marriage rescued after CNN report
  • Last month, CNN reported that Parwana and several other underage girls were being sold by their fathers so other members of their families could eat. After an international outcry as a result of CNN's story, Parwana was returned to her family due to the backlash from the community against the buyer. CNN's Anna Coren has the update.


  • Losing your job because of vaccine mandates? You can collect unemployment benefits in these states.
  • Only a few months after terminating federal pandemic unemployment benefits early, several GOP-led states are now expanding jobless payments to a different group of people affected by Covid-19: unvaccinated residents who are losing their jobs due to vaccine mandates.


  • Analysis: Chinese submarine's alleged surprise appearance highlights risk of the unexpected at sea
  • The unexpected appearance of an alleged Chinese submarine in the Taiwan Strait this week has highlighted the dangers posed by the frequent presence of military vessels in the narrow waterway, which analysts warn could ultimately spark an unintended conflict.


  • DeSantis proposes a new civilian military force in Florida that he would control
  • Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis wants to reestablish a World War II-era civilian military force that he, not the Pentagon, would control.


  • Eddie Mekka, Carmine on 'Laverne & Shirley,' dead at 69
  • Eddie Mekka, who found fame playing Carmine "The Big Ragoo" Ragusa, on the hit series "Laverne & Shirley," died Saturday at his home in Newhall, California, according to his official Facebook account.


  • Group chat typo results in stunned students FaceTiming with NFL superstars
  • The addition of a wrong number to a Michigan high school basketball team's group chat led to an unforgettable FaceTime with NFL players.


  • Months after disastrous IPO, Chinese firm Didi says it will leave NYSE 'immediately' and list in Hong Kong
  • Didi said Friday that it would "immediately" start delisting from the New York Stock Exchange and instead prepare to sell shares in Hong Kong, just months after its disastrous IPO.


  • Sandra Bullock reveals challenges of raising a multi-racial family
  • Actress Sandra Bullock joined "Red Table Talk' to discuss challenges she's faced adopting and raising two Black children, as well as recounting experiencing a home invasion in 2014.


  • Surgeon fined $3,000 for amputating patient's wrong leg
  • An Austrian court has fined a surgeon 2,700 euros ($3,050) for mistakenly amputating the wrong leg of a patient.


  • Home invasion leaves philanthropist Jacqueline Avant dead
  • Jacqueline Avant, a philanthropist and the wife of influential music executive Clarence Avant, was shot and killed during a robbery in her home, according to a spokesperson for Netflix. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.


  • Christian TV network founder, who discouraged vaccinations, dies after being hospitalized for Covid


  • Republicans pull back from the Covid brink -- for now
  • Sanity prevailed Thursday night when the Senate overcame an effort by a handful of conservative Republican senators who had threatened to force a government shutdown unless they got a vote on an amendment to defund President Joe Biden's Covid-19 vaccine mandates.


  • US government averts shutdown after a whirlwind day
  • Congress averted a government shutdown Thursday evening when both chambers voted to pass a stopgap bill to extend funding through mid-February after party leaders brokered a deal to overcome GOP brinkmanship over vaccine mandates.