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Mother sues TikTok after 10-year-old died doing the ‘Blackout Challenge’

TikTok is "carrying out social and psychological programming and manipulation on an unprecedented scale, particularly among children,” according to the lawsuit.

Aggressive feral chickens are ‘overtaking’ Hawaiian communities

Feral chickens have deep roots in Hawaii. But the mushrooming population of birds has left residents pleading for an end to their constant shrieking.

President Biden to head to Buffalo, in mourning, after gunman kills 10

Biden and first lady Jill Biden are expected to meet with officials and families of those hurt or killed in Saturday's mass shooting.

13 years after disappearing on spring break, police find teen’s remains

Officials in Myrtle Beach, S.C., said Brittanee Drexel, 17, was kidnapped, raped and killed by a sex offender in April 2009.

New Mexico blaze is now largest wildfire in state history

The Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire near Santa Fe, N.M., has broken the state's record, burning nearly 300,000 acres.

Tucker Carlson says Buffalo suspect’s alleged screed ‘not really political’

“What he wrote does not add up to a manifesto,” Carlson said Monday night, noting that what Gendron allegedly wrote was racist. “It is not a blueprint for a new extremist political movement, much less the inspiration for racist revolution. Anyone who claims that it is is lying or hasn’t read it.”

A barrage of ‘never-ending gunshots’: Inside the Buffalo massacre

Saturday’s rampage at a grocery store left 13 people shot, 11 of them Black. The gunman killed 10 people.

Urvashi Vaid, forward-thinking rights activist, dies at 63

She led the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force during the AIDS crisis and connected issues of race, class, gender and sexuality.

DeSantis says Florida may take over Disney’s special district

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Monday that the state is likely to take over Walt Disney World’s special taxing district, removing the power the company has had to regulate much of what goes on within the 25,000 acres company founder Walt Disney purchased more than half a century ago.

How Trump’s pact with the Club for Growth turned into a grudge match

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.

Store guard confronted Buffalo suspect during March visit, online account says

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.

Man accused of killing 1, wounding 5 at Calif. church charged with murder

The attack happened during a lunch reception hosted by a Taiwanese congregation after a Sunday church service in Laguna Woods, Calif.

How Post journalists reported on George Floyd’s life and legacy

“His Name is George Floyd: One’s Man’s Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice” draws from more than 400 interviews, including Floyd’s friends and family and President Biden.
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