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  1. • A timeline of the investigations into Nichols' death after a traffic stop • Nichols was a 'good kid' who enjoyed skateboarding and photography, his family says
  2. During a press conference, CNN's Sara Sidner asks Blake Ballin, attorney for former Memphis police officer Desmond Mills Jr., and William Massey, attorney for former Memphis police officer Emmitt Martin, about the director of the TBI condemning the violent arrest and subsequent death of Tyre Nichols.
  3. CNN's Nick Valencia reports on the arrest of 5 Memphis police officers charged in the death of Tyre Nichols and speaks with Bennie Cobb, a family friend of one of the officers.
  4. It's been almost three weeks since a traffic stop in Memphis led to a violent arrest and, three days later, the death of the 29-year-old Black driver.
  5. Tyre Nichols was a father, a man who loved his mama and a free-spirited soul who was looking for a new life in Memphis, Tennessee.
  6. • Video: Retired Maj. General predicts where Ukraine's renewed offensive will take place • Analysis: What it would take for Western nations to send Ukraine fighter jets • Opinion: Why tanks will be decisive in the next battle for Ukraine
  7. • Watch: Congressman gives speech using ChatGPT • Plagued with errors: A news outlet's decision to write stories with AI backfires • Opinion: Is no career safe anymore?
  8. Eleven people were killed and nine were injured when a gunman opened fire inside a dance studio in Monterey Park, California, on Saturday, January 21.
  9. An asteroid the size of a box truck made one of the closest passes of planet Earth ever recorded.
  10. The rotation of Earth's inner core may have paused and it could even go into reverse. Professor of theoretical physics, Michio Kaku, explains the new discovery with "CNN This Morning."
  11. John Mayer has announced a first-ever solo acoustic tour.
  12. Britney Spears has asked her fans to respect her privacy after she says "prank phone calls" prompted a wellness check from police earlier this week.
  13. A marine researcher found a 'rare,' 4-foot-long American eel washed up in Texas while surveying a beach.
  14. There's a great deal of conversation recently about celebrities using Type 2 diabetes medication Ozempic for weight loss.
  15. John Legend shared his first photo with newborn daughter, Esti, on social media.
  16. A Colorado bear bares all in 400 bear "selfies." CNN's Jeanne Moos explains how it strikes a pose.
  17. Taylor Swift has us floating on a cloud of "Lavender Haze."
  18. The US Food and Drug Administration on Thursday halted the emergency use authorization of Evusheld because it does not appear to protect against Covid-19 from viral variants currently circulating in the United States.
  19. Sayfullo Saipov was found guilty of murder by a federal jury for using a rented truck to fatally strike eight people on a New York City bike path on Halloween Day in 2017.
  20. Anika Navaroli, former Twitter employee turned whistleblower who gave evidence to the Jan. 6 Committee, speaks out in an exclusive interview with CNN's Donie O'Sullivan.
  21. The Forest City Police Department in North Carolina has issued an advisory after multiple razor blades were found on gas pump handles.
  22. CNN's Manu Raju questions embattled Rep. George Santos (R-NY) about his false claim of being on Baruch College's volleyball team.
  23. Spanish national police have opened an investigation "for a possible hate crime," after an effigy of Real Madrid star Vinícius Junior was hanged from a bridge in Madrid, the national police's press office for the Madrid region told CNN on Thursday.
  24. A US military operation killed a senior ISIS leader and 10 members of the terror group in northern Somalia on Wednesday, two senior Biden administration officials said on Thursday.
  25. The Sheriff's office in Columbia County, Wisconsin, released footage capturing the dramatic rescue of a woman who was sleeping in her car at a rest stop when a stranger got in and drove off with her in the back seat. CNN affiliate WMTV has more.
  26. Though photographer Shannon Taggart grew up only an hour from Lily Dale, New York, the lakeside hamlet where people congregate to commune with the dead, she didn't visit until she was 26 years old. She was interested in documenting the quaint cottage town, which first formed as a summer retreat for paranormal practitioners in the late 19th century, after the Spiritualist movement took root in the state and spread around the world.
  27. President Joe Biden called 26-year-old Brandon Tsay to thank the California man for disarming the Monterey Park shooting suspect over the weekend.
  28. Twitter and Tesla CEO Elon Musk is meeting with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy at the US Capitol in Washington on Thursday evening, according to two sources familiar with the meeting.
  29. Justice Brett Kavanaugh said this week that he is "optimistic" about the court, his colleagues, and the country in the first-known public comments any justice has made off the bench since the release of an investigative report into the leak of a draft opinion reversing Roe v. Wade.
  30. The State Bar of California unveiled new disciplinary charges against John Eastman for his involvement in former President Donald Trump's efforts to subvert the 2020 election results.
  31. Traveling across the country in recent years, I discovered a sure way to fire up an audience: issue a call to young people for a year of service to others.
  32. Meta has decided to reinstate former President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts. The decision comes after Trump was banned from the platform following the insurrection on January 6th, 2021.
  33. The discovery of classified documents at former Vice President Mike Pence's home immediately raised questions at the Justice Department about whether yet another special counsel investigation was in the offing. For now, the department's course isn't clear, people briefed on internal deliberations say.
  34. "There might be someone getting shot tomorrow."
  35. The 2023 Oscar nominations are in, and movie fans are appraising the list with their usual zeal. For every exaltation over "Everything Everywhere All At Once," there's a sigh of dismay over Viola Davis' best actress snub, the erasure of "Till" and "Decision to Leave," and the all-male best director lineup.
  36. The campaign by American photographer Nan Goldin to shame galleries and museums into cutting ties with the Sackler families, the owners of OxyContin manufacturer Purdue Pharma, was always under a lens — that was part of its point. Beginning in 2018, a number of noisy protests at some of the art world's finest institutions, including the Met, the Guggenheim and the Louvre, were designed to attract as much publicity as possible as they highlighted the horrors of the United States' opioid epidemic and called out Purdue Pharma's role in it. They proved highly effective.
  37. The first official teaser trailer for "Daisy Jones & The Six" has dropped, along with the fictional band's first single and tracklist from the upcoming Amazon series.

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