Payton Gendron allegedly wrote a 180-page racist manifesto before carrying out the mass shooting.
Survivors and families of the victims from the Buffalo and Uvalde mass shootings are urging Congress to act on gun violence.
“There is overwhelming proof of the defendant’s guilt. The defendant was caught at the scene of the crime with the weapon in his hands,” said Assistant District Attorney John Fereleto.
The teams traveled to Buffalo at the Tops Friendly Market locations and met with the community for healing.
From the deadly Charlottesville Rally in 2017 to the Buffalo Shooting Massacre in 2022, Black Americans bear the brunt of the century-old racist “Great Replacement.”
Ex-fed was one of few "like-minded" individuals who regularly discussed "racist hatred" with shooter, reports say.
“People are that deeply removed from demanding more from politicians they’ve elected and instead are demanding “entertainment,” Brunson wrote.
After shootings in Buffalo, Uvalde, COVID and more, as a mom and child of elderly parents, I can't keep watching what is happening to our most vulnerable.
We spoke with yoga and mindfulness teacher Rebeckah Price about the power of processing grief and trauma in our bodies following disturbing events, like the shooting in Buffalo.
A clinical psychologist and professor speaks on the ways these acts of violence against Black lives impact our emotional well-being and what we can do about it.
The gamer streaming platform has stated that it has a "zero tolerance policy against violence of any kind" after the mass shooting at Tops grocery in Buffalo was livestreamed to its users
Despite the news of the racist 180-page manifesto and reports of threatening to shoot up his own high school a year ago, Payton Gendron’s family believes he had a “bad case of Covid.”
There are several organizations working to help distribute food to people who depended on the grocery store, which is now closed.
In wake of the mass shooting that took 10 lives and injured three others in Buffalo, the president visited the city Tuesday to speak on the matter.
Aaron Salter Jr., a veteran of the Buffalo Police Department who worked as security at Tops supermarket was one of ten people killed in the racially motivated attack at the store on Saturday.
Of the ten people killed in the racially motivated attack, their ages range from 32 to 86 years old.
The suspect was arraigned in Buffalo City Court, public defender enters ‘not guilty’ plea on his behalf.