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  1. Charleston, South Carolina residents called police after spotting an alligator making its way to an elementary school. Watch animal control capture the six-foot reptile.

  2. During her “Saturday Night Live” monologue Selena Gomez announced that she was single and looking for a relationship.

  3. Covid-19 infections are on the rise, with most US states reporting an increase in cases. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the highly contagious BA.2.1.21 subvariant of Omicron is now the dominant strain of coronavirus nationwide.

  4. Just two days before students in a Texas elementary school were set to begin their summer break, a gunman clad in body armor rushed his way into the school and opened fire on classrooms of young children, killing 19 students and two adults, officials said.

  5. Running back Marion Barber III, who spent most of his NFL career with the Dallas Cowboys, has died at the age of 38, the team said Wednesday.

  6. China’s former ambassador to the United States claims Western countries are treating the South Pacific like their “backyard” in a throwback to the colonial era, while Beijing sees the small island nations as equals.

  7. For decades the Amur River has separated modern China and Russia — its waters cutting though more than 1,000 of their roughly 2,500 border miles. But it’s always lacked one thing: a vehicle bridge.

  8. Until the 1880s, abortions were morally acceptable and legal, with even the Catholic Church approving of the procedure before ‘quickening.’ Historians say the desire to ban the procedure had more to do with business than women’s health.

  9. Delta Air Lines will buy 100 Boeing 737 MAX 10 jets worth about $13.5 billion at list prices and has options to buy another 30, the US carrier said on Monday.

  10. If a recession were to arrive in the United States, there would normally be evidence of pain at America’s biggest lenders. But so far, top banks aren’t seeing major signs of weakness, even as they admit they’re bracing for tougher times ahead.

  11. What do you get when a sociopolitical comedian teams up with a best-selling children’s book author to write a book about fighting racism in America?

  12. Sri Lanka’s acting President Ranil Wickremesinghe has said the country’s previous administration was “covering up facts” about its crippling financial crisis.

  13. The cost of consumer goods has jumped to its highest point in four decades. But in some of the most important battleground races in the country, the situation is even more dire for Democrats, who saw their constituents hit with price increases that were higher than the national average.

  14. The Atlanta-area district attorney investigating Donald Trump and his allies’ efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election in Georgia has informed 11 individuals who were put forward as fake electors on behalf of the former president that there they are considered targets in the ongoing criminal probe, according to new court documents filed Tuesday.

  15. Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, chairman of the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection, has tested positive for Covid-19, his office announced Tuesday.

  16. Less than a week after his slow-motion sprint from the US Capitol during the January 6 riot went viral, Josh Hawley isn’t sorry — for any of it.

  17. British actor Joseph Quinn, who plays Eddie Munson on “Stranger Things,” says he was briefly detained at an airport as he tried to enter the US to appear on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.”

  18. The US Department of Education has opened an investigation into the University of Southern California after a student accused the university of allowing antisemitism to fester on campus, which led her to resign from her post as student government vice president, according to a Tuesday news release from a Jewish advocacy institution.

  19. Looking through the new CNN poll on the January 6, 2021, insurrection and the role Donald Trump played in it, I was struck by a simple, nagging question: How can anyone with these sort of numbers be elected president again in 2024?

  20. Senior Taiwanese and US government officials confirm to CNN that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will visit Taiwan after her stop in Malaysia. CNN’s Will Ripley has more.

  21. A few hours into what was intended to be a nearly seven-hour spacewalk, a Russian cosmonaut was repeatedly ordered to drop what he was working on and return to the International Space Station’s airlock because of an issue with his spacesuit.

  22. An explosion erupted inside a mosque during evening prayers in Kabul, Afghanistan on Wednesday, according to a spokesman for the city’s chief of police.

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