This is AP News Minute.
In California, 10 people are dead and 10 were wounded when a shooter opened fire during a Lunar New Year celebration.
It happened at a ballroom dance studio in Monterey Park, in Los Angeles County on Saturday evening.
As of Sunday afternoon, police said the shooter had not been identified and is still on the loose.
They say the same person may be responsible for an attempted shooting not long after at a second dance ballroom.
Vice President Kamala Harris marked the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court's Roe Vs. Wade decision Sunday, protesting measures in red states that restrict abortion access.
Harris said that the Biden administration is determined to restore abortion rights following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe last year.
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin attended his first game Sunday, three weeks after going into cardiac arrest on the field.
The team announced it on social media saying "welcome home, Damar."
No word when he'll be back playing on the field, though.
Hamiln spent more than a week in the hospital after collapsing during a game against Cincinnati on January 2nd.
And don't be afraid of these giant rats.
Doctors in Africa are using them to save lives.
Scientists in Nairobi trained the rats to detect tuberculosis.
The animals now use their noses to detect the disease in 21 medical centers in Tanzania.