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A man walks past boxes that were moved out of the Eisenhower Executive Office building inside the White House complex.

Former US leaders asked to re-check for classified docs

The Archives sent a letter to representatives of former presidents and vice presidents to ensure compliance with the Presidential Records Act.

 | AP

A portrait of Tyre Nichols

Five former Memphis officers charged in beating death of Tyre Nichols

All five are charged with second-degree murder, aggravated assault, aggravated kidnapping, official misconduct and official oppression.

 | AP

Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y.

What Rep. George Santos' fallout reveals about the news

Congressman George Santos' rocky start to his political career paints a picture of what our news landscape looks like today.

 | Andrew Rafferty

Vice President Kamala Harris visits a memorial set up outside Star Dance Studio in Monterey Park, California

Monterey Park memorial visitors honor victims, call for gun reform

A sea of flowers and candles has formed in front of the Star Ballroom Dance Studio after one of several recent mass shootings across the country.

 | James Packard

Attorney Jim Griffin speaks with Alex Murdaugh

Alex Murdaugh's murder trial starts with cellphones, bullets

Murdaugh faces two counts of murder in the deaths of his wife, Maggie, and their son, Paul. If convicted, Murdaugh faces 30 years to life in prison.

 | AP

A UPS delivery truck.

US economy slowed but still grew at 2.9% rate last quarter

The nation's gross domestic product decelerated last quarter from the 3.2% annual growth it posted from July through September.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and her husband Paul Pelosi.

California judge orders release of Pelosi attack footage

A San Francisco judge ordered the footage be released after a host of news organizations sought access to the evidence.

 | AP

A group of people pay their respects at a growing memorial for victims of Monday's mass shooting in Half Moon Bay, California

Suspect in Half Moon Bay farm killings faces 7 murder counts

The charges include allegations that could result in the death penalty or life in prison without parole.

 | AP

Laiah Collins and Charisma Edwards work with Davetra Richardson in a classroom at Chalmers Elementary school in Chicago

Media literacy helps students think critically about the news

Some states have implemented laws requiring news literacy classes in schools. How are teachers are bringing those lessons to the classroom?

 | Amber Strong

Charles McGonigal, left, former special agent in charge of the FBI's counterintelligence division in New York, leaves court

Former colleague: Charged FBI agent jeopardizes major investigations

Former CIA officer Tracy Walder spoke with Scripps News about what could be one of the worst cases of an FBI official undermining the bureau.

 | Sasha Ingber

Inmate reading News Inside.

Sending news behind bars

News Inside is a free print magazine specifically made for incarcerated people.

 | Jamal Andress

Adam Symson sits down with Christian Bryant.

E.W. Scripps CEO shares his thoughts on the changing news industry

Adam Symson sits down with Scripps News' Christian Bryant to explore news industry challenges and why he has hope for the future of media.

 | Scripps News Staff

A family gathers at a memorial outside the Star Ballroom Dance Studio in Monterey Park, California

Asian Americans share fears after mass shootings in California

Coming together as a community for healing is one way to start the conversation regarding mental health for Asian Americans amid violence.

 | Cat Sandoval

Ted Lyons administers a COVID vaccine to a patient

Why COVID vaccine outreach is still critical in 2023

Pharmacists are working to get the COVID vaccine to communities that may not have easy access to a pharmacy.

 | Chris Stewart

Allendale United Methodist Church

Florida church offers up space to teach AP African American Studies

Earlier this month, Florida's education department rejected AP African-American Studies in a letter to the College Board, which oversees AP classes.

 | Jada Williams

Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tenn.

Congressman wants a tracking system for US classified documents

This comes after a string of the nation's top officials have been found housing classified documents on personal property.

 | Elina Tarkazikis

A ChatGPT prompt is shown on a device.

AI-powered lawyer to defend in court next month

The world's first "robot lawyer" can be used to "fight corporations, beat bureaucracy and sue anyone," according to the app's website.

 | Chloe Nordquist

FBI officials walk toward a crime scene.

Suspect in shootings at Half Moon Bay farms was employee

Police say the 66-year-old suspect legally owned the gun used in the attack and he targeted specific people.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Scripps News' studio is shown while filming "The Why."

How do you make a news story? Here's our step-by-step process

Scripps News pulls back the curtain on how we create a story from start to finish, from an idea to your screen.

 | Nathaniel Reed

Two people watch the news on TV.

Is the news too negative?

Many Americans say they avoid the news because it's often negative, but research shows humans tend to be more attentive to bad news.

 | Scripps News Staff

A man pauses near wooden hearts representing victims outside Monterey Park City Hall

Police still unsure of motive in Monterey Park shooting

The Gun Violence Archive reports 39 mass shootings so far this year. President Biden is urging lawmakers to take action.

 | James Packard

People pay their respects outside Star Ballroom Dance Studio.

Monterey Park area mourns residents killed at Lunar New Year festival

A gunman killed 11 people and injured nine others at a dance studio in Monterey Park, California during the town's Lunar New Year celebrations.

 | Cat Sandoval

A couple pauses at a memorial at a vigil honoring the victims of a shooting at Star Ballroom Dance Studio

People gather at Monterey Park City Hall to celebrate the lives lost

Heart memorials lined the pavement, some with names and others left blank as authorities confirm victims.

 | Cat Sandoval

Former Vice President Mike Pence.

Classified documents found at Mike Pence's home, too, his lawyer says

Pence joins the growing list — which includes Trump and Biden — to have had confidential documents recovered at their private residences.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

A dog wearing a jacket sits down

WFTS: The need for pet lawyers is on the rise during the pandemic

Lawyers have seen an increase in pet-related cases during the pandemic.

 | JJ Burton and WFTS

Then-House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy joined by House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in 2013..

Debt ceiling: 2011 showdown leaves lessons for Biden, GOP

Democrats are pushing to raise the debt ceiling — now at $31T —to allow more borrowing, while Republicans are countering with proposed spending cuts.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Richard Barnett, an Arkansas man who was photographed with his feet on a desk in former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office.

Man who propped feet on Pelosi's desk guilty in Jan. 6 case

Richard "Bigo" Barnett was unanimously convicted on all eight counts in his indictment for his participation in the riot at the U.S. Capitol.

 | AP

Los Angeles County Sheriff Robert Luna and Monterey Park Chief of Police Scott Wiese

Police took 5 hours to warn dance hall shooter was on the run

A five-hour police delay in alerting the public that the dance hall killer was on the run is throwing a spotlight on the nation's flawed system.

 | AP

Police tape surrounds the scene of a shooting.

7 dead as California mourns 3rd mass killing in 8 days

The latest killings occurred on the outskirts of Half Moon Bay, a city about 30 miles south of San Francisco. A suspected shooter has been arrested.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin speaks with the media.

News trust is highest in Finland. Can the US learn from that?

Finland reports the highest levels of news trust among its public in the world. Why don't other countries have similar public opinion?

 | Ben Schamisso