Sign In
to Comment, Vote &
Create Storyboards.
 

Headline News

Location American Headline News for 25 May 2022

What we know so far aboutSalvador Ramos was identified as the suspect in the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde on Tuesday.
Read More
11
views
0
likes
What we know about the victimsWhat we know about the victims of the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school so far.
Read More
6
views
0
likes
Salvador Ramos startedThe Texas shooter who entered Robb Elementary School started shooting at anyone in his way, Texas authorities told news organizations Tuesday.
Read More
5
views
0
likes
VIDEO: Man stamped on the headWARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: A man in his 20s was arrested in Dublin Airport following the brawl in the arrivals terminal. A second man was rushed to hospital after he was stamped in the head.
Read More
5
views
0
likes
Texas school shooterAbbott announced Ramos as the shooter during an emergency announcement.
Read More
4
views
0
likes
Texas school shooting sparksThe country's latest mass shooting at a Texas elementary school has, once again, sparked an impassioned debate.
Read More
3
views
0
likes
Biden blames Texas schoolPresident Biden on Tuesday night said the "gun lobby" is responsible for US mass shootings and after a gunman murdered 18 children and two adults at an elementary school in Texas.
Read More
3
views
0
likes
Teacher killed in TexasMireles worked for the Uvalde school district for 17 years before she was shot and killed by 18-year-old suspect Salvador Ramos at Robb Elementary School.
Read More
3
views
0
likes
Congressman Skewers Ted Cruz's"You care about a fetus but you will let our children get slaughtered," Rep. Ruben Gallego tweeted at the Texas senator.
Read More
3
views
0
likes
1 in 5 Adult Covid SurvivorsResearchers identified lasting health problems in many different organ systems, including the heart, lungs and kidneys.
Read More
3
views
0
likes
83% of Americans believe U.S.A Gallup Poll found only 16% of adults surveyed said they are satisfied with the way things are going in the country at this time -- while 83% are dissatisfied.
Read More
3
views
0
likes
Seoul: North Korea launches 3South Korea says North Korea has fired three ballistic missiles toward the sea
Read More
3
views
0
likes
Killer foster mother is jailedThe biological mother of a baby murdered by his foster parent in Cumbria slammed authorities today for 'placing him with a monster'.
Read More
2
views
0
likes
Russian assault on easternZelenskiy calls situation in Donbas 'extremely difficult' as Russia tries to carve up Ukrainian-held territory Russia-Ukraine war: latest updates Russian forces have launched fresh assaults on towns... in eastern Ukraine, with the city of Sievierodonetsk increasingly in danger of being totally encircled. The head of Ukraine's military intelligence, Kyrylo Budanov, said delays in western arms to the frontline had left Kyiv "catastrophically short of heavy weapons".
Read More
2
views
0
likes
Biden to keep Iran'sMove would deal heavy blow to chances of Iranian nuclear deal being revived Joe Biden has decided not to take the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) off the US foreign terrorist list, according... to the Israeli prime minister, dealing a heavy blow to the chances of the Iranian nuclear deal being revived. In a statement, Naftali Bennett said he had been informed by the US president that he would not be ceding to the Iranian demand that IRGC's terrorist status be lifted.
Read More
2
views
0
likes
Daywatch: Another US massGood morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day.
Read More
2
views
0
likes
Sue Gray report: fullDetailed summary of civil servant's report into lockdown-breaching parties in Downing Street Sue Gray report published - live updates The full report by the senior civil servant Sue Gray into... lockdown-breaking parties in and around Downing Street has been published. This is what it says: Gray looked into 15 events on 12 dates between May 2020 and April 2021, all of which involved people gathering during Covid lockdowns. Boris Johnson attended eight of these. Several of the events appeared notably drunken and rowdy. At a leaving do on 18 June 2020 there was karaoke, "excessive alcohol consumption" in which someone was sick and "a minor altercation between two other individuals", with staff staying beyond 3am. Two leaving events on 14 April 2021, which merged in the No 10 garden, involved...
Read More
2
views
0
likes
Texas school shooting: PopePope Francis said following the Uvalde school shooting in Texas that he is "heartbroken about the massacre" carried out by 18-year-old Salvador Ramos
Read More
2
views
0
likes
Jacinda Ardern wears Covid-19New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who caught Covid on May 14 but has recovered, stood out wearing the protection while she was out and about in the Big Apple on Tuesday.
Read More
2
views
0
likes
WATCH: Swedish freestyle skierJesper Tjäder has set a new world record for the longest rail grind on skis by completing a distance of approximately 506 feet down a long metal pipe.
Read More
2
views
0
likes
What do we know about TexasNineteen children and two teachers have been killed after a gunman opened fire at a primary school in Texas - what do we know so far about what happened?
Read More
2
views
0
likes
The worst school shootingsThe Texas shooting is the second-largest school shooting in the US after Sandy Hook and Parkland comes in third.
Read More
2
views
0
likes
Nineteen children are shot dead by a teenage gunman, who is himself killed by law enforcement.
Read More
2
views
0
likes
Ex-Trump press secretary SarahFormer Trump White House press secretary Sarah Sanders coasted to victory in Tuesday's Republican primary election for governor in Arkansas.
Read More
2
views
0
likes
Firebrand Rep. Marjorie TaylorFar-right Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene won a crowded Republican primary in Georgia on Tuesday, fending off five challengers and surviving ongoing backlash.
Read More
2
views
0
likes