A motive for the shooting is still under investigation.
The surreal moment is generating an unprecedented political and media circus.
The Family Of Michael Hill, A Custodian Who Was Killed In A Shooting At The Nashville School, Asked For "Compassion For One Another"
Michael Hill, who had worked at the Covenant School for 15 years, had seven kids of his own and often randomly sent them "I love you" texts.
Narcan, The Lifesaving Drug That Can Reverse An Opioid Overdose, Can Be Bought Over The Counter Soon
"This is like putting EpiPens, defibrillators out in the community. It's not something you ever want to use, but everyone should be glad that it is available because the alternative would be far worse."
The Nashville School Shooter, Who Was Being Treated For An Emotional Disorder, Bought Seven Firearms Legally
The shooter hid the firearms at home without their parents' knowledge, Nashville Police Chief John Drake said.
A Kentucky Couple Was Married By The Real-Life Cocaine Bear And It Hurts To See Other People Live Out Your Dreams
The stuffed black bear, who died of a cocaine overdose in 1985 and recently had his escapades dramatized in a movie directed by Elizabeth Banks, officiated a couple's wedding in Kentucky.
An Appeals Court Ruled That The Parents Of The Oxford School Shooter Can Go To Trial For Involuntary Manslaughter
Despite their son's clear mental health struggles, the couple purchased a gun that was accessible to him, then failed to act when confronted with proof that he was considering harming people, the court said.
A High School Student Who Had To Be Patted Down Every Morning As Part Of A Safety Plan Shot Two Staff Members, Police Said
The two staff members were taken to the hospital with injuries.
The Elementary School Teacher Who Was Shot By A 6-Year-Old In Class Said The Shooting "Changed My Life"
Abigail Zwerner said her first thought after being shot was to get her students out of the classroom. "I think they knew as well that they had to get out of there but they were extremely frightened and screaming," she said.
Adam Sandler Said Film Critics "Don’t Know What They’re Talking About" As He Accepted The Mark Twain Prize For American Humor
"As I look at this goofy award I’m holding, I can’t help but think that one day it might be the weapon used to bludgeon me in my sleep by a disgruntled intruder or possibly Mr. Rob Schneider."
Iranian Women Are Re-Creating A Viral TikTok Dance Without Hijabs On After 5 Teens Who Did The Same Were Reportedly Detained And Forced To Make An Apology Video
In the six months since Mahsa Amini's death, Iranian security forces have reportedly used draconian tactics to try to suppress dissent.
Ariana Madix Thanked Her Family, Friends, And Fans For Their Support In Her First Statement Since The Scandoval Broke
"to say i have been devastated and broken is an understatement. however, i know that i am not in this alone," Madix wrote.
Tennessee's Lieutenant Governor Is "Pausing" Social Media Use After Scrutiny Over His Comments On A Young Gay Man's Racy Instagram Photos
"While I see now that I should have been more careful about how my comments and activity would be perceived, my intent was always engagement and encouragement," Lt. Gov. Randy McNally said.
"I love you guys," Yeoh told her family in her acceptance speech. "I'm bringing this home to you."
The Police Force That Killed Breonna Taylor Routinely Violated Rights Of Citizens, The Justice Department Found
The Department of Justice launched a probe into the Louisville Metro Police Department in April 2021, 13 months after Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by officers in her home.
"We are very, very close to being able to ignore Trump most nights. I truly can't wait," Carlson texted weeks before the end of Trump's term.
Samuel Mitchell Jr., who is Black, alleges that he was subjected to disproportionately frequent background checks and that his Southern accent was mocked and his perceived disability referred to in a discriminatory way.
A Juror In Alex Murdaugh's Trial Said It Took The Jury About One Hour To Decide That He Was Guilty Of Murdering His Wife And Son
"He never cried," juror Craig Moyer told Good Morning America about Alex Murdaugh's testimony. "All he did was blow snot, no tears."
New York City Said It Will Pay $21,500 Each To Protesters Who Were Kettled And Beaten By Police During Black Lives Matter Demonstrations
Human Rights Watch said the NYPD's violent conduct during the June 4, 2020, protest in the Bronx amounted to "serious violations of international human rights law."
In an age where camera phones are ubiquitous and the lure of internet popularity is a chronic condition, everything — and everyone — is content.