Nightly News Full Broadcast – May 17

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President Biden denounces hate and pushes for stricter gun control during his visit to Buffalo. We look at how the grieving community of Buffalo is left without access to groceries due to Tops’ closure. Pennsylvania Senate candidates make their final push to vote for them on a critical primary day.

00:00 Intro

01:25 Biden: “White supremacy is a poison”

04:43 Salon shooting investigated as hate crime

05:06 FDA under fire for baby formula shortage

07:46 Mariupol falls to Russian forces

09:38 High-stakes primary in Pennsylvania

11:51 FDA authorizes boosters for kids 5-11

12:17 Amber Heard faces cross-examination

14:40 Historic UFO hearing on Capitol Hill

16:44 Buffalo rampage worsens food desert

18:43 Baby giraffe able to walk with the help of human orthopedic group

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