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Current Events

Sheila E. Ayers was fired as a Buffalo 911 dispatcher for hanging up on shooting survivor Latisha Rogers. Ayers is blaming Rogers now.


The charge of Domestic Acts of Terrorism Motivated by Hate in the First Degree was brought against Payton Gendron "because of the perceived race and/or color” of the people he targeted, according to the indictment.


Investigators think a retired federal agent knew Payton Gendron was going to commit the Buffalo shooting before it happened.


New York corrections officer Gregory C. Foster II was suspended for mocking Buffalo shooting victims with a meme. He previously earned nearly $200,000.

The first funerals for fatal mass shooting victims in Buffalo are beginning as attorney Ben Crump articulated an apparent legal strategy moving forward.


Tops employee Latisha Rogers said a 911 dispatcher hung up when she reported the Buffalo shooting. The dispatcher is facing termination.

Some survivors who escaped are now coming forward to share harrowing stories about the events that unfolded from inside the supermarket during the shooting. Here's how you can help them.


Two of Payton Grendon's extended family members, Sandra and Dave Komoroff, are blaming COVID-19 for his alleged racist shooting spree in Buffalo.

In an ironic twist, Payton Gendron, the suspected white supremacist in custody following this weekend’s deadly shooting rampage in Buffalo that's been widely attributed to anti-Black racism, has a best friend who is of a different ethnicity.

Race Matters

Why aren't Republican lawmakers across America scrambling to ban "Great Replacement Theory" (also called "White Replacement Theory") from institutions of learning amid the mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, committed by Payton S. Gendron?

Race Matters

All 10 of the fatal victims from this weekend's racist mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, have been identified. They include elderly Black women and a "hero" 30-year veteran of the Buffalo Police Department. Here's what we know about all of the victims.