The Buffalo and Highland Park gunmen managed to avoid their states’ red flag laws because no one reported them.
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.
The aides said he didn’t do enough to condemn white supremacy. The assemblyman said they were insubordinate.
The GOP and far-right are calling the Buffalo shooting an excuse for Democrats to further a domestic terrorism bill that specifically mentions white supremacy.
Nine states allow assault weapons to be sold only if they come with a locked magazine. But it’s shockingly easy to get around that.
New York's attorney general is looking into a number of social media companies over their role in the Buffalo shooting. Legal experts say little can be done.
“If you’re worried about this quote-unquote replacement, why don’t we start there. Start with allowing our own people to live.”
Some Republicans who say Democrats want an immigrant “invasion” to control America also claim immigrants vote illegally to swing elections.
The diary, seemingly written for months in a private Discord server, details the planning and execution of a racially motivated attack.
Arizona’s Wendy Rogers, who’s pushed the “great replacement” theory numerous times, implied the shooting was a government false flag.
New York State has a red flag law, which should have been triggered when the Buffalo gunman underwent a mental health evaluation at age 17.
From pro-Putin supporters to neo-Nazis declaring it a "false flag", misinformation about the racist Buffalo attack is everywhere.