Two months before Payton Gendron allegedly killed 10 people at a supermarket in Buffalo he was confronted by a security guard at the store during a trip on which he compiled detailed plans of the location, according to a document posted online last month by a writer who identified himself as Gendron.
The episode shows how little has changed in the three years since a live-streamed rampage at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, showed how mass shooters can harness leading social platforms to make their carnage go viral.
Biden ran for president blasting the Charlottesville march and pledging to « restore the soul of America. » The racist massacre in Buffalo is a sharp challenge to that promise.
Saturday’s rampage at a grocery store left 13 people shot, 11 of them Black. The gunman killed 10 people.
Hundreds of fighters sheltering in Mariupol's Azovstal plant were evacuated to Russian-held territory after Kyiv struck a cease-fire agreement with Moscow.
Putin said Finland and Sweden’s entry into NATO did not represent an imminent danger to Russia, but he warned the same would not be true if NATO staged a military buildup in the two countries.
And Fox News should fire the smiling, public faces of the racist ideology invoked by the Buffalo shooter.
A new study suggests that 1 in 5 GOP state legislators in the U.S. are affiliated with far-right groups.
Whites must speak out against racism. Black and brown people cannot defuse a time bomb they did not create.