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Associated Press:
Police: Nashville school shooting suspect was former student  —  Authorities say they believe the 28-year-old female shooter who killed three children and three adults at a private Christian school in Nashville on Monday was a former student.  The violence at The Covenant School …
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CNN:
28-year-old woman kills 3 students and 3 adults at private Christian school in Nashville, police say  —  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, in the deadliest school shooting in nearly a year.
The Tennessean:
Nashville school shooting: Seven fatally shot at Covenant School, including female suspect  —  Chris Gadd Rachel Wegner Kirsten Fiscus Craig ShoupNashville Tennessean  —  Three adults and three children are confirmed dead following a mass shooting Monday morning at The Covenant School, a private Christian school in Nashville.
New York Times:
The head of the school and the daughter of the church's pastor are among the dead.  —  The authorities identified the adults killed in the mass shooting as staff members.  —  Pinned  —  The shooting happened at a private Christian school.  —  NASHVILLE — A 28-year-old …
Washington Post:
6 killed, including 3 children, at Nashville school; shooter also dead  —  Bystander describes police response, emotional parents outside school … Updated just now  —  At least three children and three adults are dead after a shooting at a private Nashville grade school, authorities said Monday.
John Sexton / HotAir:
School shooting at elementary school in Nashville, six dead (Update: Shooter identified, left behind a manifesto)  —  There was a shooting this morning at a private Christian elementary school in Nashville called The Covenant School.  Six people were killed not including the shooter who was shot and killed by police at the scene.
Danielle Campomoar / NBC News:
Reporter covering Nashville school shooting makes stunning on-air announcement: ‘I am a survivor’
Discussion: al.com
Hayes Brown / MSNBC:
The gap between GOP gun rights fantasy and Nashville's reality
Discussion: Magnolia Tribune and KTVX-TV
Ken Tran / USA Today:
After Nashville school shooting, Nikki Haley tells voters she is against gun control legislation
New York Times:
3 Children Dead in Shooting at Nashville Christian School, Hospital Says
Ronny Reyes / New York Post:
Nashville school shooter Audrey Hale identified as transgender and had detailed manifesto to attack Christian academy
Fox News:
Nashville school shooting: 6 killed including 3 students, shooter dead
Zoë Schiffer / Platformer:
The secret list of Twitter VIPs getting boosted over everyone else  —  Congratulations to Ben Shapiro, AOC, and ... LeBron?  —  Last week, Twitter began notifying users who were verified under the company's previous regime that their blue check marks will be taken away unless they become paid subscribers for $8 a month.
Igor Bobic / HuffPost:
GOP Senators Break With Trump Over ‘Offensive’ Jan. 6 Tribute At Texas Rally  —  “What happened on that day was as close to an attempted insurrection as we've seen in a very long time,” Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) said.  —  WASHINGTON ― Former President Donald Trump's extraordinary tribute …
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Sahil Kapur / NBC News:
Top Republicans balk at Trump highlighting Jan. 6 rioters, calling it politically unwise
Washington Post:
As Israel erupts, Biden faces politically volatile pressures  —  Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's judicial overhaul plan comes as U.S. President Biden is about to host a democracy summit  —  The White House expressed relief Monday after a divisive plan to overhaul Israel's judiciary …
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Natasha Roth-Rowland / +972 Magazine:   Do Israeli protesters really want democracy?
Michael Hauser Tov / Haaretz:
Netanyahu Pauses Judicial Overhaul After Unprecedented Strikes, Protests Rock Israel
Marist Poll:
Majority of Americans Think Trump Investigations are Fair...Three in Four Say Trump Did Something Wrong  —  Former President Donald Trump is engulfed in multiple investigations, including probes into a hush-money coverup, election interference, his handling of classified documents …
Discussion: Bloomberg, The Hill, CNBC, Raw Story, Fox News and NPR
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Washington Post:
Trump extends election-rigging myth to his potential criminal charges
Discussion: Political Wire
Michael C. Bender / New York Times:
Pro-DeSantis Super PAC Hires Another Former Trump Aide
Discussion: Puck, NBC News and The Hill
Bloomberg:
FBI Releases Files on Ivana Trump  —  The FBI released on Monday nearly 200 pages of internal documents it kept on Ivana Trump, the first wife of former President Donald Trump.  —  The files were classified as “Secret.”  In one document dated Feb. 14, 1989, the FBI said it …
Discussion: Raw Story
Mariana Alfaro / Washington Post:
GOP congressman from Nashville district ‘heartbroken’ by shooting  —  Democrats and gun-control advocates highlighted a 2021 Christmas photo showing Rep. Andy Ogles and members of his family with firearms.  —  Rep. Andrew Ogles (R-Tenn.), who represents the Nashville district where the Covenant School …
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Bolts:   How the Tennessee GOP is Trying to Mute Music City
New York Times:
Former National Enquirer Publisher Testifies Again in Trump Inquiry  —  The grand jury investigating a hush-money case against the former president met again on Monday, but the timing of any potential indictment remained unclear.  —  The former publisher of The National Enquirer testified …
Chris Stokel-Walker / BuzzFeed News:
We Spoke To The Guy Who Created The Viral AI Image Of The Pope That Fooled The World  —  “I just thought it was funny to see the Pope in a funny jacket,” he told BuzzFeed News.  —  Over the weekend, a photo of Pope Francis looking dapper in a white puffer jacket went mega-viral on social media.
Wall Street Journal:
The IRS Makes a Strange House Call on Matt Taibbi  —  An agent shows up at the home of the Twitter files journalist who testified before Congress.  —  By The Editorial Board  —  Democrats are denouncing the House GOP investigation into the weaponization of government, but maybe that's because Republicans are getting somewhere.
Discussion: Just The News
Alexander Sammon / Slate:
What the Heck Is Joe Biden Thinking Lately?  —  After his historic midterm wins, he's suddenly tacking right.  A new hire may be why.  —  In mid-March, the Biden administration formally approved the Willow oil drilling project on federally owned landed in Alaska's National Petroleum Reserve.
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Washington Post:
The gun that divides a nation … The AR-15 wasn't supposed to be a bestseller.  —  The rugged, powerful weapon was originally designed as a soldiers' rifle in the late 1950s.  “An outstanding weapon with phenomenal lethality,” an internal Pentagon report raved.
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Washington Post:   We spent 7 months examining the AR-15's role in America. Here's what we learned.
Chris Geidner / Law Dork with Chris Geidner:
Texas judge rules against immediate relief for students facing drag show ban  —  Citing a procedural rule but giving no further explanation, Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk holds off on granting relief to students whose university president banned a charity drag show.
Aaron Zitner / Wall Street Journal:
Americans Pull Back From Values That Once Defined U.S., WSJ-NORC Poll Finds  —  Patriotism, religion and hard work hold less importance  —  Patriotism, religious faith, having children and other priorities that helped define the national character for generations are receding in importance to Americans …
Keith E. Whittington / Reason:
Professor Suggests Murder as Alternative to Shouting Down Speakers  —  An English professor at Wayne State University apparently had an overheated reaction to the fiasco at Stanford Law School.  He thought the protesters did not go far enough, and he took to Facebook to say so.
Monmouth University Polling Institute:
4 in 10 Dems Want Biden to Step Aside in 2024  —  But these voters don't have a favored alternate  —  West Long Branch, NJ - Even though most Democrats hold a favorable opinion of President Joe Biden, only one in four would want him to run for a second term.
Bryan Metzger / Insider:
This 40-year veteran lawmaker shows top Democrats one eye-popping chart revealing her party's problem winning over the working class  — Democrat Rep. Marcy Kaptur is concerned that her party is losing touch with working-class voters.  — She made a chart showing Democrats overwhelmingly represent …
 
 
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