The U.N. resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza is being vetoed by the United States. U.S. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield said the resolution would negatively impact sensitive negotiations to free hostages held by the Palestinian militant group Hamas.       Former President Trump has committed to debating President Joe Biden. During a Fox News town hall event Tuesday in South Carolina, Trump said there is "an obligation" for the two men to debate one another.       The Jackson County, Missouri prosecutor has announced that two adults in the Super Bowl parade shooting have been charged with murder. Police identified who fired the bullet that killed the one deceased victim, Lisa Lopez-Galvan, but both men face the same charges. Both have bonds of one-million-dollars. Twenty-two people were injured in the shooting. In addition, two teens face gun-related charges.       A nearly weeklong search for a missing Texas girl has come to a tragic end. The body of eleven-year-old Audrii Cunningham was found Tuesday in a river, not far from her suburban Houston home. The last person to see her alive was a family friend, who is now under arrest. The local D.A. says the death penalty will be on the table in the case.       The racial gap in home ownership is growing in America. A new report from the National Association of Realtors shows the gap between black and white home ownership has grown from 27 to 28-percent since 2012. Black American home ownership did see a point-one-percent uptick from 2021 to 2022 but was still under 45-percent. Experts place blame on the housing market, student loan debt, and a higher rate of refusal when applying for loans.        American Airlines is raising the fee for checking a bag by five dollars. A first bag for domestic flights will now cost 35 bucks if the flight is booked online or 40 dollars at the airport.