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In our news wrap Wednesday, a white man accused of shooting 10 Black victims in Buffalo will face federal hate crimes, President Biden pushed oil companies to produce more gasoline, Michigan police officer charged with murdering Patrick Lyoya was fired,…
With five months to go before this year’s midterm elections, voters say they are more likely to cast a ballot following last month’s mass shootings, according to the latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist Poll.
By Laura Santhanam
In our news wrap Saturday, Vice President Kamala Harris and the second gentleman joined mourners in Buffalo as 86-year-old Ruth Whitfield, the final victim of a racist attack two weeks ago, was laid to rest. Also, a church charity event…
The white man accused of slaughtering 10 Black people at a Buffalo supermarket was scheduled to appear in court Thursday as authorities continue to investigate the possibility of hate crime or terrorism charges.
By Associated Press
By John Yang
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul took steps Wednesday to strengthen the state’s “red flag” law after an accused gunman in the Buffalo massacre bought the weapon used in the attack despite being held for a mental health evaluation last year.
By Cat Wise, Sam Lane, Mary Fecteau, Frank Carlson, Shoshana Dubnow
President Biden offered both consolations and a call to reject racism, extremism and white supremacy Tuesday during a visit to Buffalo. The president delivered his remarks less than 72 hours after a white supremacist allegedly shot 13 people, killing 10,…
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