Less than two weeks after 10 people were killed in a racially motivated shooting in Buffalo, the nation grapples with another mass shooting in Texas.
The retired police officer killed in the Buffalo supermarket shooting has been posthumously awarded the city police department's medal of honor and promoted to lieutenant. The honors were announced Wednesday before Aaron Salter was laid to rest. (May 25)
The agency - the nation's gun enforcement agency - has been without a Senate confirmed director for seven years.
The grocery store shooting is their tragedy, but this is America's problem. Ignoring it won't make racism go away or bring back loved ones.
The Buffalo attack has raised new awareness of a racist conspiracy theory, the Great Replacement Theory. But what is it, and what is it not?
Here's the latest for Friday May 20th: President Biden goes to South Korea; Russia threatens to put Ukrainian prisoners on trial; Rev. Al Sharpton speaks in Buffalo church; Boeing spacecraft that can carry a crew goes to Space Station.
Civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton delivered a fiery and defiant speech at a prayer service Thursday evening honoring victims of the Buffalo supermarket shooting. (May 19)
Relatives of shooting victims speak out at news conference, asking for end to racial violence (May 19)
Here's the latest for Thursday, May 19: Senate approves money for Ukraine; Man charged in Buffalo mass shooting appears in court; Biden welcomes Swedish and Finnish leaders; Pangolins in Prague.
The white man accused of killing 10 Black people at a supermarket in Buffalo appeared in court Thursday, standing silently during a brief proceeding attended by some relatives of the victims after a grand jury indicted him. (May 19)
After a killer livestreamed the shooting of 13 people in Buffalo, critics are asking what it will take for tech companies to enact stronger measures.
The white man charged with murdering 10 Black people at a supermarket in Buffalo appeared briefly in court Thursday after a grand jury indicted him on a first-degree murder charge. (May 19)
As authorities investigate the possibility of hate crime and terrorism charges, the suspected gunman faces first-degree murder charges.
New York governor announced a package of executive orders and gun control bills Wednesday in the aftermath of a racist attack on a Buffalo supermarket that killed ten people over the weekend. (May 18)
AP Explains: Investigators are investigating who may have seen an online diary kept by the Buffalo shooter shortly before his attack at a grocery store Saturday that killed ten people. (May 18)
On the heels of the Buffalo shooting, experts say teaching schoolchildren about racism can help counter conspiratorial beliefs and hate crimes.
The targeting of a Black community by a white shooter who allegedly espoused racist ideology is the latest violent attack on Black people.