China Eastern crash investigation considers intentional action – sources

WASHINGTON, May 17 (Reuters) – Investigators investigating the crash of a China Eastern Airlines plane (600115.SS) are examining whether it was due to intentional action on the flight deck, without any evidence of a technical malfunction, informed two people. on the question said. The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday that flight data from one … Read more

The Buffalo suspect’s Discord posts about the attack plans were publicly viewable 30 minutes before the mass shooting

Payton S. Gendron – suspected of killing 10 people and injuring three others – had created a private chat room on the Discord communication app and invited people to view his chat logs before his attack on the store Tops Friendly Markets, a Discord spokesperson told CNN. “What we do know at this time is … Read more

Voters in Pennsylvania and North Carolina test Trump’s influence in midterm primaries

PHILADELPHIA, May 17 (Reuters) – Voters in Pennsylvania and North Carolina picked candidates in critical U.S. Senate and governorship contests on Tuesday, providing another test of former President Donald Trump’s influence over the Republican voters ahead of this year’s midterm elections. President Joe Biden’s fellow Democrats are battling to hold on to their slim majorities … Read more

Online posts reveal alleged shooter spent months planning racist attack at Buffalo supermarket

Suspected gunman Payton S. Gendron of Conklin, New York, shared on the Discord chat app and online forum 4chan that he selected a particular ZIP code in Buffalo because it had the highest percentage of a black population fairly close to where he lived. Police and other officials called the mass shooting a hate crime. … Read more

Buffalo supermarket massacre suspect visited town in March, police say

BUFFALO, NY, May 16 (Reuters) – The 18-year-old man charged in the deadly mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, visited the city in March and the day before the rampage, police said on Monday, as public figures denounced the suspect’s racist ideology and the spread of white supremacy. The FBI said Payton Gendron, 18, who … Read more

Buffalo mass shooting suspect intended to ‘continue rampage’ after killing 10 people at grocery store, police say

The alleged suspect in the mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, intended to “continue his rampage” after he opened fire in a supermarket, killing 10 people, the police commissioner of the city said on Monday. the city, Joseph Gramaglia. “There was evidence that was uncovered that he had plans, if he got out of here, … Read more

Mass shooting at Buffalo supermarket was a racist hate crime, police say

“The evidence we have uncovered so far makes no mistake that this is an absolute racist hate crime. It will be prosecuted as a hate crime,” he said. “He is someone who has hatred in his heart, soul and mind.” The statement came a day after a gunman opened fire on the Tops Friendly Markets … Read more

Authorities say the suspected Buffalo supermarket shooter traveled hours away. Here’s what we know

Thirteen people, including 11 African Americans, were shot, including three with non-life-threatening injuries, Buffalo Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia said. Two victims were white, Gramaglia said. “The shooter traveled for hours from outside this community to perpetrate this crime against the people of Buffalo on a day when people were enjoying the sunshine, enjoying family, enjoying … Read more

What we know about Buffalo supermarket shooting suspect Payton Gendron

The Tops Friendly Market where the shooting took place is located in the heart of Buffalo’s black community and 11 of the 13 people shot by the white suspect were black, officials said. “It was pure evil,” Erie County Sheriff John C. Garcia said at a Saturday news conference, calling the shooting a “racially motivated … Read more

Thousands of people demonstrate across the United States to launch a “summer of rage” to defend the right to abortion

WASHINGTON, May 14 (Reuters) – Thousands of abortion rights supporters rallied across the United States on Saturday to express anger over fears that the Roe v. Wade case that legalizing abortion nationwide from being struck down by the United States Supreme Court. The protests to begin what organizers have called a “summer of rage” are … Read more