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Authorities identify suspect in ‘hate crime’ synagogue shooting that left 1 dead, 3 injured
Police said they are questioning the 19-year-old man who turned himself in shortly after the shooting. He had an assault rifle in his car, officials said. An apparent manifesto posted online under the suspect’s name praised the Pittsburgh and New Zealand attacks.
Trump condemns anti-Semitism, hate crimes at rally after synagogue shooting
The remarks came after Trump in recent days defended past comments that there were “very fine people” who marched with self-proclaimed neo-Nazis and white supremacists at the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville.
Biden holds a slight advantage in 2020 race, but Democrats are far from making a decision
Sen. Bernie Sanders runs just behind former vice president Joe Biden, but more than half of all Democrats do not volunteer support for any candidate seeking the party’s nomination.
NRA battles internal strife, external pressures as Oliver North steps down as president
The drama comes as outside pressures mount on the organization, which is enmeshed in several lawsuits.
Election workers in India traveled 300 miles to set up a polling booth — for one voter
The world’s largest democracy has mandated that polling places must be within 1.24 miles of voters. So election workers brave lion-infested jungles, crocodile swamps and dizzying mountain heights to reach the most remote spots.
Beto O’Rourke switches his campaign style and tone as the spotlight dims
The former congressman turned Democratic presidential candidate finds America a bigger challenge than Texas, where he narrowly lost a U.S. Senate race in 2018.
Spring Cleaning 2019: Eight things to toss
Trump isn’t just defying Congress. He’s rejecting the whole idea of oversight.
Can Biden rebrand himself as anything other than Obama’s wingman?
My parents didn’t tell me they skipped my vaccines. Then I got sick.
Who would make the ideal president? Here’s where we start.
The 2020 election isn’t going to be close
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4 dead, 3 injured after construction crane at Google Seattle campus smashes cars
Two of the dead were crane operators and the other two were in cars below, the fire chief said.
Trump wasn’t at the White House correspondents’ dinner — again — but his presence was felt
A no-show once again, the president put his mark on an increasingly sedate affair.
A Sri Lankan town grew suspicious of the newcomers. Then came mayhem as police closed in.
At least 15 people, including six children, were killed in bomb blasts and gunfire. Police believe the explosions were triggered deliberately — the final violent acts of a group whose hideout had bombmaking items and backpacks.
A car barreled into eight people in California. Police say the driver was targeting Muslims.
Isaiah Peoples was charged with eight counts of attempted murder. The attack left seven injured, including a 13-year-old in critical condition.
Retropolis | The Past, Rediscovered
‘Worth the fight’: Kansas abortion ruling stuns advocates
Kansas’s abortion protections are now stronger than ever, a reversal for a state known for antiabortion extremism, such as “The Summer of Mercy” in 1991 and the murder of abortion provider George Tiller in 2009.
Italy wants its signature cheese back
The country is doing what it can to reclaim Parmigiano-Reggiano as well as other mimicked food and alcohol products, in a campaign combining old food traditions and new nationalistic sentiment. “Food, for us, is a strategic asset,” said the director of the inspection agency.
NFL draft grades: Who made the most of their picks, and who didn’t?
It’s impossible to know now, in the immediate aftermath, how each team’s draft haul will turn out. But with 254 selections complete, we can try.
Retropod | Podcast
The truth is out there. Right?
Area 51’s secrets may not be alien in nature, but that doesn’t make it any less mysterious.
Along New York’s High Line, a $500 million effort to bring the arts to everyone
The Shed wants to represent artistic democracy in action.
Many find the sound of chewing annoying. But for some, it produces panic or rage.
Not much is known about misophonia, a condition that didn’t even get a name until 2001.
Flavorful pizza dough requires a skill (almost) lost to the digital age: Patience
Sure, you can put together pizza dough in a couple of hours. But if you want a really tasty crust, you need to give it more time — in the fridge.


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