An alarm blared and lights flashed as a heavily armed assailant stalked the hallways of The Covenant School. Surveillance footage of the shooting Monday at the private Christian school in Nashville showed many familiar security measures, including the double set of locked glass doors the killer shot their way through before fatally shooting three children and three school employees. "It’s just next to impossible to stop someone with an AR-17 coming through the door,” said George Grant, a leader with the Nashville Presbytery, which is connected with the school.
Gwyneth Paltrow's attorneys are expected to continue relying mostly on experts to mount their defense on Wednesday, the seventh day of the trial over her 2016 ski collision with a 76-year-old retired optometrist. The judge presiding over the trial in Park City has made it clear that he wants Paltrow's defense team to rest their case by Thursday afternoon — in order to give the jury enough time to deliberate and come to a consensus. Terry Sanderson, the Utah man suing Paltrow, is asking for more than $300,000, saying that Paltrow's recklessness on the slope caused the crash, leaving him with four broken ribs and years of post-concussion symptoms including confusion, memory loss and irritability.
Black-cab drivers say it's cheaper to run hybrid taxis on petrol because of rising electricity prices.