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Six adults suffered gunshot wounds in the hail of bullets that rained down on the King Estate complex, which houses four different schools Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday. Ray Chavez/MediaNews Group/East Bay Times via Getty Images hide caption

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An Oakland school shooting that injured 6 was gang-related, police say

Officials said at least two gunmen were targeting a specific person and that they are still working to determine what touched off the shooting. It comes amid a surge in violence across the city.

Ginni Thomas leaves for a break during a closed-door meeting with House panel investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption

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Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court justice, testifies before Jan. 6 panel

Thomas, a Republican activist, was in touch with an attorney pushing to overturn the 2020 election results. Her lawyer says Thomas testified on Thursday that she played no role in that effort.

A fox walks near Upper Senate Park on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol on April 5. Multiple people reported being bitten by the fox, that later tested positive for rabies. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption

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After being bitten by a rabid fox, a congressman wants rabies treatments to be cheaper

California Rep. Ami Bera was bitten by a rabid fox on Capitol Hill in April. He's OK, but now, he wants to make sure the cost of the lifesaving treatment isn't a burden for those who need it.

The Senate passed a stopgap spending bill Thursday and will send it to the House, less than 48 hours before money to run the federal government runs out. Anna Rose Layden/Getty Images hide caption

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Government funding bill gets a step closer to the finish line as the deadline nears

The Senate approved the interim spending bill, which must now pass the House before heading to President Biden for his signature. The government runs out of spending power on Friday night.

After Frankie Cook's car accident on a wet road outside Rome, Ga., her father, Russell (right), got a lawyer's letter saying they owed a hospital emergency room more than $17,000 for scans and an exam to see if she had a concussion. Audra Melton for KHN hide caption

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They were turned away from urgent care. The reason? Their car insurance

Kaiser Health News

Russell Cook expected a quick, inexpensive visit to an urgent care center for his daughter after a car wreck. She wasn't badly hurt, but they were sent to an emergency room — for a much larger bill.

A participant sings karaoke inside "TNT Traysikel," a mobile artwork by Paolo Asuncion and Michael Arcega, two students of Carlos Villa. The piece is part of the Villa retrospective at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. Chloe Veltman/NPR/Chloe Veltman/NPR hide caption

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How one Filipino American artist influenced the work of a generation of others

When Carlos Villa asked about Filipino artists as a student he was told: there weren't any.

How one Filipino American artist influenced the work of a generation of others

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Families of three surviving children from the Uvalde school massacre file lawsuit

Texas Public Radio

The lawsuit alleges negligence and recklessness against several defendants including the Uvalde school district, the city and law enforcement. It seeks unspecified damages for intentional infliction of emotional distress.

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