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    ‘I am livid’: Abbott says he was ‘misled’ about police response to Texas shooting

    02:01
  • Texas Gov. Abbott announces anonymous donor for shooting victims’ funerals, free mental health services

    02:38
  • Rev. Al on honoring those who died in tragedy: We must live the life they would want us to live

    04:37
  • Texas official: Police made 'wrong decision' by waiting to breach classroom during Uvalde shooting

    02:12
  • Texas official gives full timeline of Uvalde shooting

    11:56
  • Uvalde students speak out after surviving school shooting

    09:46
  • 'Everybody in the community is in pain': Uvalde City Council member says town is 'heartbroken'

    06:36
  • Questions surround 'confusing, conflicting' police response to Texas shooting

    07:44
  • Jonathan Chait: The right's playbook for deflecting anger after shootings

    05:54
  • Texas police now say no armed officer on duty when school shooting began, raise more questions

    04:21
  • David Frum: Things changed a lot for the worse since Sandy Hook

    09:21
  • Texas officials detail timeline of school shooting amid questions over police response

    05:42
  • Rev. Al: I think the president is legitimately angry on guns

    08:03
  • Our children are asking for us to 'make childhood childhood again'

    10:26
  • New questions about police response to school massacre

    06:35
  • Meacham: Nobody is talking about taking everything away

    10:22
  • Joe: What Beto said to reporters is supported by the majority of Americans

    08:51
  • Joe: Doing nothing to stop this ongoing carnage is a sin

    06:20
  • Texas community clings to faith, hope after elementary school mass shooting

    06:08
  • Abbott: Gunman posted on Facebook about shooting grandmother, elementary school

    01:24

13 dead in Missouri historic flooding

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Missouri Governor Jay Nixon talks about the historic flooding taking place in the state, which remains in a state of emergency. Nixon explain more flooding is expected around the Saint Louis region on Thursday when the Mississippi River crests.