News roundup for Aug. 25, 2022: Vanessa Bryant will be paid $16M in damages over Kobe crash photos

Vanessa Bryant will be paid $16 million in damages by Los Angeles County, over photos that were taken and shared by police at the scene of the crash that killed Kobe Bryant.

The Uvalde school board unanimously voted to fire the school district police chief, who’s been criticized for his handling of the school shooting that left 19 students and two teachers dead.

The ACLU and several news organizations filed a lawsuit over an Arizona law that bans the public from filming law enforcement within 8 feet. The lawsuit argues the law violates First Amendment rights.

And a Yahoo News / YouGov poll found a Liz Cheney presidential run would actually hurt President Biden, swinging the election in favor of Donald Trump, if they were to run in 2024.

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- You don't care squat about these families.

- The Uvalde school board unanimously voted to fire the school district police chief, who's been criticized for his handling of the school shooting that left 19 students and two teachers dead. Vanessa Bryant will be paid $16 million in damages by Los Angeles County over photos that were taken and shared by police at the scene of the crash that killed Kobe Bryant.

The ACLU and several news organizations filed a lawsuit over an Arizona law that bans the public from filming law enforcement within eight feet. The lawsuit argues it's a violation of First Amendment rights. And the Yahoo News YouGov poll found the Liz Cheney presidential run would actually hurt President Biden, swinging the election in favor of Donald Trump, if they were to run in 2024.