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How the Bay Area Became California’s Latest Covid Hot Spot

Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Alameda Counties have the highest Covid case rates in the state.

Suspect Is Arrested in Dallas Salon Shooting That May Be Linked to Other Attacks on Asians

The attack last week appeared to be part of a series of shootings at Asian businesses, the authorities had said.

How Buffalo Suspect’s Racist Writings Reveal Links to Other Attacks

Filled with hate, the screed describes a mass shooting at a grocery store and connects it with a belief shared by gunmen in previous massacres.

Yellen Looks to Get Global Tax Deal Back on Track During Europe Trip

The Treasury secretary is traveling to Warsaw, Brussels and Bonn, Germany, this week at an uncertain time for the global economy.

Yellen Calls on Europe to Boost Ukraine Aid

The Treasury secretary warned that Ukraine did not have enough funding to sustain its government and fend off Russia.

Biden Heads to Buffalo to Mourn Shooting Victims

The challenge for a president who came to office preaching unity may be how to take on those preaching hate.

Racist Attack Spotlights Elise Stefanik’s Echo of Replacement Theory

The No. 3 House Republican, who has shifted to the hard right along with her party, has touched on the ideas animating white replacement theory. She is not sorry.

Biden Administration Lifting Some Trump-Era Restrictions on Cuba

The changes include an expansion of flights to the country and the restarting of a family reunification program.

Russian Atrocities Prompt Bipartisan Push to Expand U.S. War Crimes Law

A bill being drafted in the Senate would allow U.S. courts to try war crimes cases even if neither the perpetrators nor the victims are American.

Republicans Play on Fears of ‘Great Replacement’ in Bid for Base Voters

Issues are recast as reasons for white voters to fear for their culture and values. Representative Liz Cheney said her party’s leaders had ‘enabled’ extremism.

McConnell Takes On Isolationist Wing of G.O.P. in Fight for Ukraine Aid

The top Senate Republican has been working to tamp down on the anti-interventionist strain in his party, his latest proxy battle against President Donald J. Trump’s America First policy.

What Do Most Mass Shooters Have in Common? They Bought Their Guns Legally.

From 1966 to 2019, 77 percent of mass shooters obtained the weapons they used in their crimes through legal purchases.

California Church Shooting Was ‘Hate Incident,’ Sheriff Says

The gunman who opened fire on a Taiwanese church congregation in Laguna Woods, Calif., on Sunday, killing one and injuring five, was motivated by political hatred, the Orange County Sheriff said.

A Fringe Conspiracy Theory, Fostered Online, Is Refashioned by the G.O.P.

Replacement theory, espoused by the suspect in the Buffalo massacre, has been embraced by some right-wing politicians and commentators.
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