A new report examining the YouTube consumption of the Buffalo shooter shows how integral the video streaming site was to his preparations.
The Christchurch terrorist, and a string of white supremacists who followed him, were motivated by a racist conspiracy theory about white “replacement.” Yet it continues to be pushed by mainstream politicians and media pundits.
East Buffalo, already devastated by decades of neglect and disinvestment, shows how a city heals after after the cameras—and the country—have moved on.
New federal hate charges mean the suspect, charged in a racist attack that killed 10 people, is eligible for the death penalty.
The aides said he didn’t do enough to condemn white supremacy. The assemblyman said they were insubordinate.
From pro-Putin supporters to neo-Nazis declaring it a "false flag", misinformation about the racist Buffalo attack is everywhere.
Despite the content moderator’s best efforts, the shooter’s manifesto and video of the attacks are still proliferating across social media.
“We are on strike until we believe it is safe to return to work."
Schultz visited Starbucks workers in Buffalo days before a historic union election that could have reverberating effects across the fast-food and retail industries.
"It’s disruption. No one is against the company remodeling their stores. But why now?"
“It’s the biggest case that anyone can remember,” the district attorney said.