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Buffalo shooting
A review of more than 600 pages of messages by The Washington Post found that Payton Gendron decided in February to target Buffalo’s Tops grocery store based on its local African American population.
The moon rises behind the Tops Friendly Markets store in Buffalo on Sunday. Ten people were killed in a mass shooting in the store on Saturday. (Matt Burkhartt for The Post)
Hundreds of fighters sheltering in Mariupol’s Azovstal plant were evacuated to Russian-held territory after Kyiv struck a cease-fire agreement with Moscow.
By funding minority interest groups, conservative think tanks and small business groups American Edge creates the appearance of grassroots opposition to antitrust regulation, absent Facebook's fingerprints.
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A new PAC aims to elect more Republican Latinos to influence their party, which has often alienated prospective Hispanic voters with harsh, sometimes racist rhetoric.
In 2016, Trump said women who receive abortion should face criminal punishment. Many Republicans agree.
A tight alliance between the Club for Growth and former president Donald Trump cracked open when they backed different contenders in the Ohio Senate primary two weeks ago.
Houses in Lismore are surrounded by floodwater in March. (Getty Images)
Natural disasters have pushed concern in Australia about climate change to an all-time high. Yet as the country heads toward a federal election, neither major party is talking much about it.
Canada is grappling with the discovery over the past year of evidence of unmarked graves on or near the sites of the government-funded, church-run schools.
The Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire near Santa Fe, N.M., has broken the state's record, burning nearly 300,000 acres.
Researchers also determined that the cuts would provide more than $600 billion a year in health benefits in the United States.
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Even as he has faced criticism for not moving quickly, the president has pursued swaths of his climate agenda.
Owen Teague, left, and Haley Lu Richardson play estranged siblings in “Montana Story.” (Bleecker Street)
Set against the monumental backdrop of Montana’s Paradise Valley and evoking the look of classic cowboy movies, the film tells an intimate tale of family resentment.