3 Things To Know Today

1 Student Hospitalized, Arrested After Gunfire at Wisconsin High School

A teenager has been hospitalized and arrested after trying to open fire at a high school in Wisconsin. Speaking with reporters, Waukesha Police Chief Russell Jack says a 17-year-old male student brought a handgun to South High School yesterday. The student resource officer responded and began dialogue with the suspect to try and de-escalate the situation. When the suspect ignored the warnings and pointed the weapon, an officer used his state-issued firearm to shoot the suspect. Jack said the suspect was transported to a local hospital and at last check, remains in stable condition. The student was the only person injured. School Superintendent Todd Gray says they plan to have all students return to school today.

2 House GOP Releases Report As Dems Prepare Theirs

With tomorrow’s House Judiciary Hearing looming, House Republicans have released a 110-page report summarizing their findings from the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. In it, Republicans accuse Democrats of conducting "an orchestrated campaign to upend our political system." The report is a supplement – or really, a preemptive strike – to the Democrats' House Intelligence Committee report, which is set for release today. Republicans are staunchly defending the President, claiming he did not pressure the Ukrainian government to investigate the Bidens in exchange for foreign aid. Obviously, Democrats see things very differently. "As the evidence conclusively shows,” Intel Committee Chair Adam Schiff tells lawmakers in a letter. “President Trump conditioned official acts— a White House meeting desperately desired by the new Ukrainian president and critical U.S. military assistance — on Ukraine announcing sham, politically-motivated investigations that would help President Trump's 2020 reelection campaign.”

3 Jimmy Carter Admitted To Hospital This Past Weekend

Former President Jimmy Carter is back in the hospital. It’s been confirmed that the 95-year-old was admitted to a hospital in Georgia this past weekend to treat a urinary tract infection (U-T-I). The great news? He's said to be resting and feeling better, and “looking forward to getting back home soon.” Carter has endured a number of health scares recently. He just got out of the hospital last week after surgery to relieve pressure on his brain from a subdural hematoma.

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