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Maksim Kuzminov, a Russian pilot who defected to Ukraine, speaking in Kyiv in September after he landed a Russian military helicopter in Poltova, Ukraine the previous month.

What we’re reading: Russian defector found dead in Spain, Ohio representatives introduce ‘Save Our Pedestrians’ Act and more

By Addison Thummel, Staff Writer
Published Feb 21, 2024
A former Russian military pilot is believed to have been found dead in Spain, YouTuber Ruby Franke apologizes to her children during her sentencing hearing and more of what we're reading.
Dr. Harrison Miller Moseley stands in front of Winton-Scott Hall. (Photo Courtesy of TCU Magazine)

The former TCU professor who worked on the Manhattan Project

By Esra Ghanim, Staff Writer
Published Feb 21, 2024
Former TCU physics professor Dr. Harrison Miller Moseley worked on the Manhattan Project in the 1940s; a project that is being remembered today following the release of the “Oppenheimer” movie, which received 13 Oscar nominations.
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken raised concerns about developments in Russia’s nuclear capability at the Munich Security Conference this weekend. (Thomas Kienzle/Pool/AP)

What we’re reading: Nuclear threat from space, mass shooting in Kansas City and more

By Maeve Molina, Staff Writer
Published Feb 16, 2024
A shooting at the Kansas City Super Bowl parade appears to have originated from a disagreement, a stingray in a North Carolina aquarium is pregnant without a male partner and more of what we're reading.
Former President Donald Trump leaves Manhattan criminal court, Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024, in New York. A New York judge says Trumps hush-money trial will go ahead as scheduled with jury selection starting on March 25.  (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

What we’re reading: Trump criminal trial, Caitlin Clark breaks scoring record and more

By Miroslava Lem Quinonez, Staff Writer
Published Feb 15, 2024
The first criminal trial of a former U.S. president is set to begin in March, Israeli forces raid a Gaza hospital and more of what we're reading.
Israeli soldiers operate inside the Gaza Strip as on Feb. 13. The army is battling Palestinian militants across Gaza in the war ignited by Hamas Oct. 7 attack into Israel.

What we’re reading: Biden meets with Israeli leaders, a shooting at a Houston church and more

By Boots Giblin, Staff Writer
Published Feb 14, 2024
Biden met with King Abdullah II to discuss a ceasefire, Schumer calls for the completion of the foreign aid bill and more of what we're reading.
The seal of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is seen before an FCC meeting to vote on net neutrality in Washington, Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017.

FCC prohibits AI-generated voices in robocalls to prevent fraudulent calls to voters

By Esra Ghanim, Staff Writer
Published Feb 12, 2024
The Federal Communications Committee made the use of artificial intelligence (AI) voices in robocalls illegal after an Arlington company was found to be in connection with thousands of fraudulent calls made to New Hampshire voters.
Wendy Davis, a former representative of the 10th district in the Texas Senate, discusses internal issues the US faces. Davis Graduated from TCU with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1990. (Nick Di Re/Staff Photographer)

‘Challenges to Democracy’ panel expands on major internal issues in politics

By Nick Di Re, Staff Writer
Published Feb 12, 2024
A political science professor is joined by three former Tarrant County public officials for a discussion about modern democracy.
Republican presidential candidate former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley speaks during a campaign rally on Monday, Feb. 5, 2024, in Aiken, S.C. Haley, a former two-term governor of South Carolina, is stumping in her home state, where former President Donald Trump has remained popular ahead of the GOP primary on Feb. 24. (AP Photo/Meg Kinnard)

What we’re reading: Haley loses Nevada primary, Israel-Hamas negotiations and more

By Abigail Elston, Staff Writer
Published Feb 8, 2024
A search is underway for five U.S. Marines after a helicopter crash in California, Supreme Court to hear arguments in Trump case and more of what we're reading.
Jennifer Crumbley is taken into custody after a guilty verdict was read on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024 in Pontiac, Mich.  The jury convicted Crumbley of involuntary manslaughter in a first-of-its-kind trial to determine whether she had any responsibility in the deaths of four students in 2021. Prosecutors say Jennifer Crumbley was grossly negligent when she failed to tell Oxford High School that the family had guns, including a 9 mm handgun that her son, Ethan Crumbley, used at a shooting range on the weekend before the Nov. 30, 2021, attack. (WJBK via AP, Pool)

What we’re reading: California rainfall triggers mudslides, shooter’s mother found guilty and more

By Savanna Dastrup, Staff Writer
Published Feb 7, 2024
A rollover crash injures four Fort Worth firefighters, mother of Oxford school shooter found guilty and more of what we're reading.
Miss Texas 2022 Averie Bishop pauses on the red carpet during the Miss America competition at the Mohegan Sun casino, in Uncasville, Conn., Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Social media influencer, former Miss Texas running for GOP seat in Texas House

By Abby McCutchan, Staff Writer
Published Dec 1, 2023
Averie Bishop, a social media influencer and former Miss Texas, is running for a seat in the Texas House of Representatives.
Supreme Court Associate Justice Sandra Day OConnor poses for a photo in 1982. OConnor joined the Supreme Court in 1981 as the nations first female justice, has died at age 93. (AP Photo, File)

Sandra Day O’Connor, first woman on Supreme Court, has died

By Hanna Landa and Mark Sherman/AP
Published Dec 1, 2023
Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, has died at age 93
A panel of visiting national journalists discuss current events and the state of the news. (From left: Omar Villafranca, Jeff Pegues, Margaret Brennan, Bob Schieffer, Susan Glasser, Peter Baker)

Schieffer Symposium makes a glittering return to TCU

By Lillie Davidson, PolitiFrog Editor
Published Nov 8, 2023
The symposium returned Tuesday night in honor of the 10th anniversary of the naming of TCU's College of Communications.