Wall Street is a much happier place today than it was last week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained nearly 600 points for its strongest session since March. It was a good sign for investors after profit taking and worries about a possible future rate hike by the Fed led to one of the worst weeks in recent memory.    A Democratic effort to protect voting rights will likely fail in the Senate tomorrow. The procedural vote is about moving forward, but is not expected to get the 60 votes needed. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says Republican-led states are trying to make it harder to vote because of former President Trump's unproven claims the election was stolen.    Raiders defensive lineman Carl Nassib is the first active NFL player to say he is gay. The former Penn State star made the announcement in an Instagram post, saying he now feels comfortable coming out. Nassib added he is a private person and isn't doing it for the attention. However, he said representation and visibility are important.    The White House is pushing back an Ohio Congressman's attempt to link higher gas prices to the Biden administration. Republican Jim Jordan tweeted gas was two-21 a gallon a year ago, but is now three-oh-seven. Press Secretary Jen Psaki [[ SAH-kee ]] wrote Jordan forgot to mention gas prices are now the same as they were in June of 2018.    A Colorado police officer is dead after a shooting this afternoon in the Denver suburb of Arvada. Police were called to the area in Olde Town Arvada around 1:30 p.m. after reports of a shooting. One other person was transported to the hospital after the shooting as well.    The case of the stolen pistachios is closed. Police say a California man is behind the theft of 42-thousand pounds of pistachios. Touchstone Pistachio Company discovered the nuts were missing during a routine audit. Turns out they were in a truck owned by Alberto Montemayor of Delano, who was allegedly repackaging them and selling them.