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Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Bill would create aviation response plan for pandemics and study disease transmission on airplanes
Legislation would also require passengers wear masks on airplanes and in airports during public health emergencies caused by a respiratory disease.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: Reinfection is possible but rare, data from 63 million medical records shows
The possibility of reinfection once raised the specter of a never-ending pandemic. But new study shows the risk is exceedingly rare.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Officers grabbed a Black librarian by her hair and tore her shoulder during traffic stop, lawsuit alleges: ‘That's good police work, baby'
Stephanie Bottom filed a lawsuit Wednesday against police and the city of Salisbury, N.C., for excessive force and violating her rights under the Fourth Amendment during a traffic stop that seriously injured her.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Daunte Wright's wake draws family, community and activists
The funeral for Wright, the 20-year-old Black man who was shot and killed by a suburban Minneapolis police officer earlier this month, will be held Thursday.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: India announces most daily new infections in history of pandemic, with nearly 315,000
Cases had briefly surged in India last year but then dropped off, leading many to assume that the nation of 1.3 billion had beaten the virus.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

LeVar Burton wanted to host ‘Jeopardy!' for years. Thanks to an online movement, he's getting his chance.
LeVar Burton, the longtime host of "Reading Rainbow," is among the final batch of guests hosts for the 37th season of 'Jeopardy!" after more than 247,000 fans signed an online petition backing him.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Massachusetts police dept. apologizes for anti-George Floyd message on Facebook after Chauvin verdict
The Fall River Police Department apologized for a Facebook post criticizing George Floyd, saying an officer had meant to post it to his personal account.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

‘The world had changed': After Derek Chauvin is found guilty, some see a shift in police prosecutions
What does Chauvin's conviction mean for other police who might stand trial?

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

A hiker was lost and desperate. A stranger with an unusual hobby saved him.
"SOS. My phone is going to die. I'm lost," the hiker texted a friend, along with two photos.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Ma'Khia Bryant's family remember her as loving, affectionate: ‘She didn't even have a chance to live her life'
Bryant's family and others are mourning the loss of the 16-year-old, killed by police this week.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Civil rights leaders, family, lawmakers push for police reform as they mourn Daunte Wright
"The roles should be completely reversed. My son should be burying me," said Daunte Wright's mother, Katie, her voice trembling.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

South Dakota high school rodeo club cancels annual ‘slave auction' fundraiser
"I didn't even think of ‘slavery' in racist terms," said a Legion Hall host who has been fielding angry calls from around the country.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Police pulled over a Michigan lawmaker for allegedly driving drunk. He threatened to call the governor.
Michigan State Rep. Jewell Jones (D) reportedly told state police officers, "If you hit me, it's going to be very bad for you. I'll call Gov. [Gretchen] Whitmer right now."

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Publisher pauses promotion of Blake Bailey's best-selling Philip Roth biography over sexual assault claims
'Philip Roth' biographer Blake Bailey lost his literary agent and the support of his publisher in less than a week following allegations of sexual misconduct dating back to his days as a New Orleans middle school teacher in the 1990s.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: India announces most daily new infections in history of the pandemic with nearly 315,000
Cases had briefly surged in India last year but then dropped off leading many to assume that the nation of 1.3 billion had beaten the virus.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

FDA finds several failures at plant with ruined Johnson & Johnson vaccines
More 567,000 people have died in the United States from the coronavirus, but in the last week, the seven-day average of new cases has shown some decline after months of increases.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 22, 2021

Trump's shadow looms over Biden's presidency and a divided nation
Joe Biden won the White House by appealing for calm and unity. But he has inherited a fractured and volatile nation. As Biden tries to keep his own promises, these are the issues that confront him and continue to divide America.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

D.C. firefighter freed from prison after conviction based on Fairfax County officer's false claims is thrown out
A Fairfax judge vacates a conviction based on a false traffic stop, allegedly one of hundreds made by Officer Jonathan Freitag which led to flawed convictions.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

With a verdict, troubled reflections
George Floyd's death and Derek Chauvin's trial hold different meanings for a college student, a retired police officer, a pastor and others in America.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

D.C. firefighter to be freed from prison after conviction based on Fairfax County officer's false claims is thrown out
A Fairfax judge vacates a conviction based on a false traffic stop, allegedly one of hundreds made by Officer Jonathan Freitag which led to flawed convictions.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Darnella Frazier, teen who filmed Floyd's arrest, celebrates Chauvin's guilty verdict: ‘Justice has been served'
"I just cried so hard," 18-year-old Darnella Frazier wrote on Facebook about Derek Chauvin's conviction for the murder of George Floyd.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Chauvin verdict updates: As Chauvin is convicted on all counts, what's next for him and the other police officers tied to George Floyd's death?
All eyes turn to Derek Chauvin's sentencing in the coming weeks, where he faces up to 40 years in prison, as well as the trials in August for the three other former Minneapolis police officers facing charges stemming from George Floyd's death.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Before Austin shooting, suspect's family pleaded for more protection: ‘I'm afraid he might hurt me'
Advocates say the Austin shooting is an example of the ways the justice system fails to protects victims of domestic and family violence.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

His health deteriorated after heroic work on 9/11. Then his lawyer stole $1 million of victim relief money.
A former New York City police officer will spent the next four years behind bars for stealing 9/11 victim money from a retired cop.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Fatal police shooting of Black teenager in Columbus sparks new outcry
The death of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant, who was shot by Officer Nicholas Reardon on Tuesday during an altercation, comes as the nation is undergoing a broad reckoning over police brutality and racism.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Five years before George Floyd, a bystander filmed another pivotal police killing. It nearly cost him everything.
Feidin Santana, who recorded the police killing of Walter Scott, battled months of depression and fled death threats to his native Dominican Republic.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Bored in the pandemic, she made art by bruising bananas. Now she has an international following.
Anna Chojnicka makes her daily sketch on the peel, takes a photo and then eats the banana — she doesn't like waste.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Val Demings slams Jim Jordan in heated confrontation over supporting police: ‘Did I strike a nerve?'
After Rep. Val Demings (D-Fla.) condemned Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) for an amendment to prevent defunding the police, the pair erupted in a shouting match.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

A Virginia officer gave $25 to Kyle Rittenhouse and said he ‘did nothing wrong.' He was swiftly fired.
An anonymous donation to Kyle Rittenhouse's defense was linked to Norfolk Police Lt. William K. Kelly, who was fired by the city.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Tucker Carlson says protests intimidated Derek Chauvin jury into guilty verdict: ‘Please don't hurt us'
Tucker Carlson argued that jurors were intimidated by Black Lives Matter protesters into finding former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of George Floyd's murder.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Ohio police fatally shoot Black teenage girl just before Chauvin verdict
The shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant, a Black teenager, struck a raw nerve as Derek Chauvin was convicted for the murder of George Floyd. "This stuff just never ends," a neighbor said.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Police identify officer who fatally shot Black Columbus teen as community questions use of lethal force
Director Andrés Muschietti confirmed production officially kicked off in London on Monday.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: FDA finds several failures at plant with ruined Johnson & Johnson vaccines
More 567,000 people have died in the United States from the coronavirus, but in the last week, the seven-day average of new cases has shown some decline after months of increases.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: India's raging virus surge tops 200,000 new cases for seventh straight day
More 567,000 people have died in the United States from the coronavirus but in the last week, the seven-day average of new cases has shown some decline after months of increases.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 21, 2021

‘I can't believe it': After a guilty verdict, a whoosh of relief in Minneapolis
More 567,000 people have died in the United States from the coronavirus but in the last week, the seven-day average of new cases has shown some decline after months of increases.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Chauvin trial live updates: Jury has reached a verdict; expected to be delivered shortly
A verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin is expected to be announced between 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern time.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Floyd's death sparked prolonged concern for race and racism, but it's still unclear what that means
As Chauvin's fate is decided, Americans again grapple with the racial reckoning since last May.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: Most Americans who haven't gotten the vaccine yet say they don't plan to get it, poll shows
Of the unvaccinated adults, 2 in 3 told pollsters they were either "not likely at all" or "not very likely" to get the injections.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Black Americans are buoyed by Chauvin conviction, but they worry it will blunt pace of reform
"People are going to try to use this incident to say we're healed from racism without actually doing the real work to get at the root of the problem," said a Philadelphia activist.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Chauvin trial verdict: Jury deliberations resume as nation awaits decision in landmark case on policing in America
Jury deliberations continue in the trial of Derek Chauvin as the nation braces for a verdict in the case of the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Ohio police fatally shoot teen girl just before Chauvin verdict: ‘This stuff just never ends'
The shooting struck a raw nerve as Derek Chauvin was convicted for the murder of George Floyd. "This stuff just never ends," a neighbor said.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Biden calls for confronting systemic racism after Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd's death
The former Minneapolis police officer was immediately taken into custody after a jury announced guilty verdicts on all charges against him Tuesday.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

How Derek Chauvin became the rare police officer convicted of murder
Prosecutors rarely charged police who kill people. When they do, most officers walk free. Derek Chauvin is one of the exceptions.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

The Chauvin verdict had cities nationwide braced for unrest. Instead, they got a celebration.
Tears, hugs and relief characterized the response after a former officer was found guilty of George Floyd's murder.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Derek Chauvin guilty of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd
Tears, hugs and relief characterized the response after a former officer was found guilty of George Floyd's murder.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

The verdict: His life mattered
"History is here. This is monumental," said George Floyd's brother Terrence. "We got the verdict we wanted. We said, ‘God, we need justice. We need it now.' And he answered."

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Chauvin judge admonishes lawmakers after Rep. Waters said protesters should get ‘confrontational' if verdict is not guilty
Everyone waits. They put their anger on simmer. They hold their relief in reserve.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Live updates: Biden calls for confronting systemic racism after Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd's death
The former Minneapolis police officer was immediately taken into custody after a jury announced guilty verdicts on all charges against him Tuesday.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

‘Today, we are able to breathe again': Floyd's family members celebrate verdict, vow to fight on for racial justice
The guilty verdict came as a validation of the Black Lives Matter movement, one in which Floyd's relatives have emerged as central players.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

The jurors who decided Derek Chauvin's fate
Millions marched after watching George Floyd die. Now, a dozen people convicted Chauvin of murder.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

For Atlanta spa victim Suncha Kim, America was always where she felt she belonged
In their first extended interview, family members shared her life of sacrifice and grit as a first-generation immigrant.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

As covid relief money floods in, pandemic-battered cities see a chance to transform
Mayors nationwide say federal aid represents a once-in-a-generation opportunity.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Florida GOP says a new law will stop riots. Critics say it's an ‘outrageous' ploy to end protests.
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) said the new law, written following last summer's unrest, is the "strongest anti-rioting, pro-law enforcement measure in the country."

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Live updates: Derek Chauvin convicted of murder and manslaughter in death of George Floyd
The former Minneapolis police officer was immediately taken into custody after a jury announced guilty verdicts on all charges against him Tuesday.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Missouri House member faces expulsion after investigation finds he sexually, physically abused his children
Missouri state Rep. Rick Roeber faces expulsion after the House Ethics Committee found that he had sexually and physically abused his children.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Missouri House member faces expulsion after probe finds he sexually, physically abused his children
Missouri state Rep. Rick Roeber faces expulsion after the House Ethics Committee found that he had sexually and physically abused his children.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

A teen's letter about her dad's alcoholism went viral — and helped heal their relationship
"For as long as I can remember, my dad has been an alcoholic," wrote 16-year-old Preslee Scott.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

FedEx shooter visited ‘white supremacist' sites and surrendered a shotgun, but didn't trigger ‘red-flag' law
Despite the "concerning materials" police found last year, Hole's behavior did not trigger a petition under Indiana's so-called "red flag law," which could have prevented Hole from obtaining the two guns he used to kill eight people and himself on April 15.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

FedEx shooter visited ‘white supremacist' sites and surrendered a shotgun, but didn't trigger red-flag law
Despite the "concerning materials" police found last year, Hole's behavior did not trigger a petition under Indiana's red-flag law, which could have prevented Hole from obtaining the two guns he used to kill eight people and himself on April 15.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

A 73-year-old with dementia took $14 of items from Walmart. Police broke her arm in a violent arrest.
Karen Gardner, 73, suffered a broken arm and dislocated shoulder when Loveland, Colo., police violently arrested her last year, her family said.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Prosecutors open criminal probe into police who allegedly broke the arm of a 73-year-old woman with dementia
Karen Gardner, 73, suffered a broken arm and dislocated shoulder when Loveland, Colo., police violently arrested her last year, her family said.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: ‘Dramatic deterioration' in information access due to pandemic, press freedom watchdog says
National Public Radio makes its on-air debut; The Columbine High School massacre takes place.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: Most Americans who haven't gotten a vaccine say they don't plan to, poll shows
Of the unvaccinated adults, 2 in 3 told pollsters they were either "not likely at all" or "not very likely" to get the injections.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 20, 2021

The nation is waiting
Everyone waits. They put their anger on simmer. They hold their relief in reserve.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Chauvin trial: Prosecution's closing arguments urge jury to believe what it saw
It is expected to be the final day of arguments in court before jury deliberations begin in the trial of the ex-Minneapolis officer accused of murdering George Floyd.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: Biden urges vaccinations for all adults — ‘Everybody is eligible as of today'
Adults over 16 in all 50 states, plus D.C. and Puerto Rico, are eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Judge addresses Rep. Waters's comments on Chauvin trial as Republican criticism mounts
Congressional Democrats have a major problem with House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) and her ‘'confrontational" comments in Minnesota over the weekend.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: Fauci predicts J&J pause will lift by Friday as U.S. hits key vaccination milestone
Despite major gains in vaccination, the increase in daily new cases has been steady for months, with many states showing substantial surges. More than 566,000 people have died from covid-19 in the United States.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Chauvin trial: Closing arguments in ex-officer's murder trial expected Monday
It is expected to be the final day of arguments in court before jury deliberations begin in the trial of the ex-Minneapolis officer accused of murdering George Floyd.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Biden urges vaccinations for all adults — ‘Everybody is eligible as of today'
Adults over 16 in all 50 states, plus D.C. and Puerto Rico, are eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Minneapolis law enforcement pledges ‘de-escalation' should protests follow Chauvin verdict as tactics draw scrutiny
Law enforcement sought to present a unified front with community leaders Monday in the face of criticism of officers' aggressive response to protests in the suburb of Brooklyn Center.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Ex-officer who police say killed 3 in Austin has been arrested after 20-hour manhunt
Stephen Broderick, suspected of gunning down three people Sunday in Austin, has been captured after a 20-hour manhunt.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Walter F. Mondale, Carter's vice president who lost White House bid, dies at 93
A former Democratic senator from Minnesota and vice president, his unusually candid and forward-looking bid for the pinnacle of American politics was blocked by President Ronald Reagan's landslide reelection victory in 1984.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Chauvin trial: Jurors start deliberations
It is expected to be the final day of arguments in court before jury deliberations begin in the trial of the ex-Minneapolis officer accused of murdering George Floyd.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Prosecutor argues Chauvin's ‘ego' led to Floyd's death; jury deliberations begin
"Believe your eyes. What you saw, you saw," special prosecutor Steve Schleicher told the jury.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Huge plastics plant faces calls for environmental justice, stiff economic headwinds
Formosa Plastics Group, a Taiwan-based giant, wants to build a vast new plant along the lower Mississippi River in Louisiana. But the complex is increasingly a target of groups concerned about environmental justice.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

He raised $40,000 on Facebook to feed hungry neighbors during the pandemic. Now he owes $16,000 in taxes.
Louis Goffinet, a middle school science teacher in Connecticut, said he never thought his volunteer grocery effort would get so big.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: Half of U.S. adults have received at least one vaccine dose, CDC says
Despite major gains in vaccination, the increase in daily new cases has been steady for months, with many states showing substantial surges. More than 566,000 people have died from covid-19 in the United States.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Colorado judge used the n-word and proclaimed that ‘all lives matter.' Now she's resigning.
Natalie T. Chase, a judge on Colorado's 18th Judicial District Court, agreed to resign after the Colorado Supreme Court censured her for racist and unprofessional behavior.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

A driverless Tesla crashed and burned for four hours, police said, killing two passengers in Texas
Officials believe the battery inside the 2019 Model S ignited after the collision, causing a fire that burned for four hours and required more than 30,000 gallons of water to put out.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

‘I'm still learning': The journey of George Floyd's brother Philonise
After Floyd died, his soft-spoken younger brother stepped into new roles as family patriarch and advocate for racial justice.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Their neighbors couldn't get to vaccine sites. So they created ‘Joe's Covee Car' and offered free rides.
New Jersey residents Joseph Cicchetti, 58, and Shirley Limburg, 59, turned their black Fiat hatchback into "Joe's Covee Car" to give free rides to those who are unable to get to their coronavirus vaccine appointments on their own.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

He raised over $40,000 on Facebook to feed hungry neighbors during the pandemic. Now he owes $16,000 in taxes.
Louis Goffinet, a middle school science teacher in Connecticut, said he never thought his volunteer grocery effort would get so big.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Chauvin trial: Jurors to start deliberations
It is expected to be the final day of arguments in court before jury deliberations begin in the trial of the ex-Minneapolis officer accused of murdering George Floyd.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Chauvin trial: In closing argument, defense urges jury to consider perspective of reasonable police officer, not bystanders
It is expected to be the final day of arguments in court before jury deliberations begin in the trial of the ex-Minneapolis officer accused of murdering George Floyd.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 19, 2021

Covid-19 live updates: Half of American adults have received at least one vaccine dose, says CDC
Despite major gains in vaccination, the increase in daily new cases has been steady for months with many states showing substantial surges. More than 566,000 people have died from covid-19 in the United States.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

Gunman at large after killing three in Austin, and police say ‘danger still remains high'
The three people killed in Austin were pronounced dead on scene. All were adults.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

Minneapolis braces for unrest as Derek Chauvin trial enters final phase
Amid fears of fresh riots, Minneapolis officials are divided over how to keep the city safe.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

3 dead, 2 injured after man opens fire at Wisconsin restaurant; suspect still at large
An early morning shooting at a Kenosha, Wis., bar has left three people dead and two hospitalized with serious injuries, according to authorities.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

An NYPD officer accused of plotting to have a 14-year-old killed out of jealousy just pleaded guilty to obstruction
Valerie Cincinelli asked her boyfriend to hire a hit man to kill her estranged husband — and the boyfriend's teenage daughter, officials said.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

Three dead in active shooting situation in Austin, Texas, officials say
The three people killed in Austin were pronounced dead on scene. All were adults.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

Three dead and two injured after gunman opens fire at Wisconsin restaurant, suspect still at-large
An early morning shooting at a Kenosha, Wis., bar has left three people dead and two hospitalized with serious injuries, according to authorities.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

When I was 12, I was charged with menacing with a deadly weapon. The killing of Adam Toledo is a reminder of my White privilege.
Though Toledo's case and my own are not exactly alike, there are enough parallels that I couldn't help but reflect on my different treatment when I was the same age.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

Congress faces renewed pressure on gun control after Indiana's red-flag law fails to thwart FedEx shooter
The renewed momentum for gun-control action comes as authorities in Indiana said they do not know what broke down in the existing process that's meant to prevent the bloodshed that took place.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

Gunman who police say killed 3 in Austin is a former sheriff's detective accused of child sexual assault
The three people killed in Austin were pronounced dead at the scene. All were adults.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

After the FedEx shooting, Sikhs in Indianapolis feel targeted — again
While investigators continue to search for a motive for the shooting, Sikh community leaders say the attack on the FedEx warehouse, where many Sikhs work, feels targeted.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

U.S. will allocate $1.7 billion to fight variants as new global infections almost double
More than 564,000 people have died due to covid-19 in the United States, out of over 31 million infections. At least 75 million Americans have been fully vaccinated against the virus.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

Person of interest located in Kenosha shooting that left 3 dead, 3 injured
The Kenosha County Sheriff's Department said the manhunt spanned "several crime scenes."

Washington Post Nation
Apr 18, 2021

Former sheriff's office detective remains at large and armed after killing three in Austin, police say
The three people killed in Austin were pronounced dead at the scene. All were adults.

Washington Post Nation
Apr 17, 2021

Gunman in Indianapolis FedEx shooting used two legally purchased assault rifles, police say
Officials said the shooter, Brandon Hole, purchased the rifles legally last July and September, not long after Hole's mother had reported fears that her son would attempt "suicide by cop."

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