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22  mai     16h01
For members of Mother Emanuel, Buffalo shooting stirs painful memories
By Keith L. Alexander and Vanessa Williams    Rev Eric S C Manning says that his community and others traumatized by racist violence need more from political leaders than displays of false grief
Two years after Floyd’s death, Black Minnesotans say little has changed
By Holly Bailey    White politicians promised to address the state s deepest racial disparities But activists and residents say they haven t delivered
21  mai     14h00
Poll: Black Americans fear more racist attacks after Buffalo shooting
By Silvia Foster-Frau, Arelis Hernández, Scott Clement and Emily Guskin    Two years after George Floyd s murder nearly in Black Americans say there has been little or no improvement in how police treat Black people according to a Washington Post Ipsos poll
National school board group says it wrongly took sides in political debate
By Laura Meckler    An independent report commissioned by the National School Boards Association details communications with the Biden administration ahead of a controversial call for the federal response to help stop violence at school board meetings
20  mai     10h04
Tops worker says shooting suspect asked why she worked in Black area
By Andrea Salcedo    He told me I didn t belong there Rose Wysocki who is White told The Washington Post He said that I belonged in the suburbs before asking why she worked at an all Black store
A sheriff’s deputy used a Taser at a gas station and set a man on fire
By Lindsey Bever    Osceola County Sheriff s Deputy David Crawford faces a misdemeanor charge of culpable negligence after using a Taser on year old Jean Barreto at a Wawa gas station It resulted in an explosion that Barreto s attorneys say gave him third degree burns over percent of his body
Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court justice, pressed Ariz. lawmakers to help reverse Trump’s loss, emails show
By Emma Brown    Four couples told The Washington Post about making that choice to abort or not and how it affected them
Couples share the abortion decisions that shaped their lives
By Anne Branigin and Rachel Hatzipanagos    Brian Wedgeworth who posed as a doctor stole upward of million from about women using dating apps prosecutors say
Casanova Scammer’ admits to stealing 1 million from women on dating apps
By Jaclyn Peiser    The gunman s actions not only cost lives but psychologically maimed those who can most easily envision themselves among the slain
After the shock fades, fear rises in the aftermath of Buffalo shooting
By Clyde McGrady    A Finnish brewing company created a beer to celebrate its country s NATO bid and it s flying off the shelves
New beer with a taste of security’ celebrates Finland’s NATO bid
By Julian Mark    Condé Nast publisher of Vogue magazine has apologized after asking a village pub to change its name
Vogue magazine publisher asked a British pub to change its name. It refused.
By Julian Mark    Angelyn Burk ran the numbers and got her husband onboard with the idea
Accountant retires on cruise ships to avoid cost of land living
By Sydney Page    Attorney General Merrick Garland will welcome civic leaders to the Justice Department to shine a spotlight on new efforts to improve tracking and reporting of bias motivated crimes
Justice Dept. unveils new efforts to bolster hate-crime reporting
By David Nakamura    The users were able to scroll through months of voluminous writings and racist screeds
19  mai     08h00
Just before Buffalo shooting, 15 users signed into suspect’s chatroom, says person familiar with review
By Jon Swaine and Reed Albergotti    Years after Lisa French argued she was never informed of the massive chargemaster price rates and engaged in a years long legal battle with the hospital the Colorado Supreme Court ruled in her favor this week
She expected to pay 1,337 for surgery. She was billed 303,709.
By Timothy Bella    Payton you re a coward a person in the gallery yelled as the year old suspect Payton Gendron was led back to a holding area after a brief court appearance
Buffalo shooting suspect indicted; grand jury’s work continues
By Shayna Jacobs    He also scored the films Blade Runner and Missing and Carl Sagan s PBS series Cosmos
Vangelis, Oscar-winning composer of Chariots of Fire’ theme, dies at 79
By Tim Greiving    Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz said at a news conference that a dispatcher who allegedly hung up on Tops employee Latisha Rogers has been placed on leave and could be fired by the end of the month
Dispatcher may be fired for allegedly hanging up on Tops worker
By Andrea Salcedo and Timothy Bella    The White House s use of a Cold War era law reflects the magnitude of the supply crunch that has left many parents scrambling for formula
Why Biden is using the Defense Production Act for the baby formula shortage
By Andrew Jeong