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Why Washington Can't (Or Won't) Do Anything About Mass Shootings
The Onion satirical news site frequently runs this headline: "'No Way to Prevent This,' Says Only Nation Where This Regularly Happens." Indeed, American society seems numb to the endless and needless mass killings that are now normal — at schools, grocery stores and shopping malls. Here's a look at why our leaders in Washington seem unable or unwilling to do anything about it.
A version of this story appeared in CNN’s What Matters newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free here. CNN — People can debate the need for more or fewer armed guards at American schools, the use of active shooter drills and the wisdom of the idea that maybe even teachers should be packing …
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a Level 2 travel health warning after more cases of monkeypox were confirmed in the United States. Officials in Utah say the two new cases were in people who recently traveled internationally, and they both are expected to recover.According to the CDC, risk to the general public is low but warned travelers to avoid contact with people who are sick, or dead or alive wild animals. The agency says that confirmed cases of monkeypox have been reported in 16 countries, and you should seek medical attention if you develop unexplained skin rash, even if you don't have a fever or chills. If you believe you are sick, you should avoid travel or public transportation until you have been cleared by a health care professional, the CDC advises.
The Jif peanut butter recall has rapidly expanded in the past week and it now affects at least 69 other products. The cascading effect is due to the many companies who use the peanut butter in their own chocolates, peanut butter sandwiches and more. J.M. Smucker Co., Jif's parent company, issued the …