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A shooter armed with two assault-style rifles and a handgun killed three students and three staff members at a Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday morning, authorities said. The suspect, identified by police as Audrey Hale, 28, of Nashville, had a detailed map of Covenant School, a school for students in preschool through sixth grade, and allegedly shot through the door to gain entry to the school, police said.
A nearby chemical spill in Philadelphia has local residents on high alert, after officials initially recommended that residents use bottled water "out of an abundance of caution." The city of Philadelphia on Monday said the tap water from the Baxter Drinking Water Treatment Plant is safe until "at least through 3:30 p.m. tomorrow." The city had previously said this is because the water "currently available to customers was treated before the spill reached Philadelphia."
There were no passengers on the Union Pacific train, but multiple cars containing iron ore derailed, officials said. One locomotive suffered a minor leak, which is being investigated by hazmat officials, county fire officials said. There were no injuries and no active fires, as well as no threat to the public or the environment, San Bernardino County Fire tweeted.
Beyoncé just landed another showstopping magazine cover. The music icon was photographed front and center for Vogue France's April cover wearing an extraordinary long-sleeved dress that included a head covering and oversized headdress. "Superstar is the perfect word to describe Beyoncé, who is now the cover star of Vogue France for the very first time," the publication captioned a post revealing the hard-to-miss cover.
Terry Sanderson, the man accusing Gwyneth Paltrow of crashing into him while skiing more than seven years ago and leaving him seriously injured, took to the stand Monday to testify in the civil trial over the 2016 accident. This is the first time Sanderson, a retired optometrist, has testified in the trial. Sanderson said he recalled hearing a "blood-curdling scream" before he said he "got hit in my back so hard."
CVS Health Corp announced Monday it would be closing its acquisition of home health care services company Signify Health. The deal, which was originally agreed upon in September 2022, allows retail pharmacy chain to acquire Signify for $30.50 per share for a total value of approximately $8 billion. Signify Health has thousands of employees including physicians, nurse practitioners and other clinicians which provide a "holistic suite of clinical, social, and behavioral services to address an individual's healthcare needs and prevent adverse events that drive excess cost, all while shifting services towards the home," the company said in a press release.
Just as the school week began across the country Monday, news broke that another school shooting was unfolding in the United States. On Monday morning, according to officials, three children and three staff members were shot and killed at the Covenant School, a private Christian school for students in preschool through sixth grade, in Nashville, Tennessee. The deadly shooting is one of the nearly 130 mass shootings that have taken place so far this year in the U.S., according to the Gun Violence Archive, which defines a mass shooting as one in which four or more victims are shot or killed, not including the shooter.
During her first full day in Accra, Ghana, on Monday, Vice President Kamala Harris met with the nation's president, raising human rights issues and growing competition from China in the region during their bilateral meeting. Currently being discussed in Ghana's parliament is the "Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Value" -- a bill that would imprison those that identify as LGBTQ and criminalizes advocacy for LGBTQ rights. Harris said on Monday that she discussed human rights with Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo but did not specifically comment on the anti-LGBTQ bill before parliament.
Three children and three adults were killed in a mass shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday. The alleged shooter, who was identified by police as 28-year-old Nashville resident Audrey Elizabeth Hale, was killed by officers. Here is the timeline of what we know took place, according to investigators.
Taylor Swift fans got their day in court on Monday, months after the botched release of tour tickets prompted widespread outcry. A federal court in Los Angeles held a predominantly procedural hearing in a case brought by as many as 340 fans who allege that Live Nation -- and subsidiary company Ticketmaster -- violated antitrust and consumer protection laws. Lawyers for the plaintiffs, John Genga and Jennifer Kinder, were joined by a handful of plaintiffs who flew in from various parts of the U.S., the attorneys said.
Florence Pugh recently showed off a hair look that she did totally by herself. For her starring role as Allison in "A Good Person," which was released Friday, Pugh filmed an intense scene in which she is seen using a pair of scissors to chop away at her hair. "I did a thing," Pugh captioned a photo of herself with her fresh cropped cut.
Dwayne Johnson is sharing the reality of being a dad to two little girls. On Saturday, the "Jungle Cruise" actor posted a funny video on Instagram featuring himself getting his makeup done by his two daughters Jasmine, 7, and Tiana, 4, whom he shares with wife Lauren Hashian. "No baby, daddy has a zoom meeting in 10min."
A day after announcing that her new album would be called "Chemistry," Kelly Clarkson announced a Las Vegas residency of the same name. "chemistry...an intimate night with Kelly Clarkson" will kick off July 28 at Bakkt Theater -- formerly Zappos Theater -- at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. "I am so excited for these shows and couldn't think of a better place to get back on stage than Las Vegas!" Clarkson said in a statement.
The violent and deadly twister that leveled Rolling Fork, Mississippi, this weekend clocked in as a rare EF4 tornado on the Enhanced Fujita scale. At least 22 people were killed from this weekend's devastating tornadoes across the South, including the EF4 in Rolling Fork. What is the EF scale?
Jeremy Renner shared a recent health update with his fans, proving he's back at it following a near-fatal snowplow accident earlier this year. In a video shared to his Twitter on Sunday, the "Hawkeye" actor is seen using a special anti-gravity treadmill, which secures the user's pelvis and provides weight relief, allowing them to walk normally but with less of their body weight on their hips, knees, and feet as they recover. Renner was seriously injured when he was pulled under the tracks of his unmanned snowcat snowplow machine on Jan. 1.
Daniel Radcliffe and longtime girlfriend girlfriend Erin Darke are expecting their first child together. A rep for the "Harry Potter" actor confirmed the news to "Good Morning America" on Monday. Radcliffe, 33, and Darke, 38, have been together for more than a decade.
The deadly tornado outbreak that pummeled the South this weekend sent residents scrambling for a safe place to hunker down in the middle of the night. A tornado watch means you should head toward a shelter, while a tornado warning signals that you should be in a shelter immediately. The first tornado watch for western Mississippi was issued at 5:15 p.m. local time over the weekend.
Israel's controversial judicial overhaul plan pushed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been delayed until the parliament's next legislative session, according to the head of the far-right Jewish Power party. "I agreed to remove the veto for the postponement of the legislation, in exchange for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's commitment that the legislation will be brought to the Knesset for approval in the next session, if no agreements are reached during the recess," Minister of National Security Itamar Ben-Gvir said in a statement. The Jewish Power party was critical in bringing Netanyahu back to power late last year.
Tens of thousands of people are marching in the streets in Israel on Monday, the latest day in a series of protests against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's planned judicial overhaul. Why are people protesting in Israel? Stores, restaurants and the biggest airport in Israel were closing their doors on Monday amid an escalation in protests that have kept the nation's attention for weeks.
The Fox News producer who sued the network last week alleging she was "conditioned and coerced" to give false testimony in the billion-dollar defamation lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting Systems has now been fired, according to amended complaints filed on Monday morning. In amended complaints filed in Delaware and New York Monday morning, former Fox News producer Abby Grossberg expanded on her earlier complaints, alleging that Fox News attorneys directed her to testify during her deposition in a way that would "inculpate" her and host Maria Bartiromo while "exculpating ... certain blame worthy male colleagues." "Ms. Grossberg's deposition testimony, as manufactured by Fox News, put Ms. Grossberg and Ms. Bartiromo squarely on the frontline of the Dominion/Fox Lawsuit so they could be scapegoated as sacrificial female lambs," the complaint alleges.