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A roundup of key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.(Image credit: Aris Messinis/AFP via Getty Images)
Massachusetts lawmakers formally exonerated Elizabeth Johnson Jr., clearing her name three centuries after she was convicted of witchcraft in 1693 at the height of the Salem Witch Trials.(Image credit: Stephan Savoia/AP)
Hundreds of students at Oxford High School, the Michigan school where four were killed in November, walked out and formed a 'U' on the football field to show support for Uvalde students and families.(Image credit: Mandi Wright/Detroit Free Press via AP)
Rumors, misinformation and conspiracy theories were rampant on right-wing social media before verifiable information came out about the gunman who killed 21 people at a Texas elementary school.(Image credit: CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP via Getty Images)
At least five organizations in and beyond the state have sent dogs to Uvalde, where they are visiting hospitals, churches and schools. Many have responded to other mass shootings across the country.(Image credit: Jordan Vonderhaar/Getty Images)
"The children!" cries Linda Martinez, a retired pastor who came to the scene with a bouquet of flowers. "So young. I just can't believe it's real. We just have to help each other."(Image credit: Stephen Lister)
Nina Jankowicz was tapped to head the Biden administration's new Disinformation Governance Board but resigned after being deluged with online threats. Her new book is How to Be a Woman Online.
NPR wants to know how your children are coping with the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas. Have they drawn a photo or written a letter or poem to express themselves? We'd like to share them with our audience.(Image credit: Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images)
According to his publicist, the actor died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic, where he was shooting a movie.(Image credit: Phillip Faraone/Getty Images)
Former President Donald Trump must answer questions under oath in New York Attorney General Letitia James' civil investigation into his business practices, a state appeals court ruled Thursday. (Image credit: Joe Maiorana/AP)
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