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By Kim Chandler, Associated Press
In our news wrap Sunday, Ukraine warns that Russia could soon encircle a critical eastern city, the FBI are investigating dozens of members of a white supremacist group arrested in Idaho near an LGBTQ pride event, retired Gen. John Allen…
Those arrested came from at least 11 states, including Washington, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Colorado, South Dakota, Illinois, Wyoming, Virginia, and Arkansas, White said.
By Martha Bellisle, Associated Press
White nationalists and supremacists are building thriving, macho communities across social media platforms like Instagram, Telegram and TikTok.
By Amanda Seitz, Associated Press
The Senate Homeland Security committee held a hearing Thursday on white supremacist violence in the aftermath of the racially motivated massacre in Buffalo, New York.
By News Desk and Associated Press
By Susan Haigh, Associated Press
The funeral for 86-year-old Ruth Whitfield — the oldest of the 10 Black people who were killed — included a speech by Vice President Kamala Harris, who attended the service at Mount Olive Baptist Church in Buffalo, New York.
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including the reaction to the racially motivated massacre in Buffalo, the implications of primary results as the U.S.
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
A half-dozen mainstream Republican Senate candidates are drawing on the white "replacement" conspiracy theory to court voters this campaign season. Those Republicans promote the baseless notion there's a plot to diminish the influence of white people in America.
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,…
By Chris Megerian, Associated Press
President Joe Biden on Tuesday condemned the poison of white supremacy and said the nation must "reject the lie" of the racist "replacement theory" espoused by the shooter who killed 10 Black Americans in Buffalo.
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