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Uvalde elementary school shooting

A bipartisan group of senators announces a deal for school safety and gun measures

The agreement, which has the support of at least 10 Republican senators, is narrowly focused at preventing future shootings similar to the one in Uvalde, Texas.

People line up to visit a newly opened fast food restaurant in a former McDonald's outlet in Bolshaya Bronnaya Street in Moscow, Russia on Sunday. Russia's war in Ukraine prompted McDonald's to leave the country and sell its locations there to a franchisee. Dmitry Serebryakov/AP hide caption

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Russia's rebranded McDonald's calls itself 'Delicious, that's all'

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Jeremiah Zagar speaks onstage during Netflix's Hustle Philadelphia special screening on June 7 in Philadelphia. Lisa Lake/Getty Images for Netflix hide caption

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'Hustle' is Jeremiah Zagar's love letter to basketball fans in Philadelphia

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