Raw videos of violent incidents in Texas rekindle debate about graphic images
News organizations have long held back from publishing explicit or violent images of death, which are now rapidly disseminated across social media platforms.By Marc Fisher and Naomi Nix
Alleged leaker fixated on guns and envisioned ‘race war’
Previously unpublished videos and documents reviewed by The Washington Post reveal Jack Teixeira’s preparations for a violent social conflict, his racist thinking and a deep suspicion of the government he served.By Shane Harris, Samuel Oakford and Chris Dehghanpoor
After red-state shootings, gun-control advocates see glimmers of change
Gun control advocates say they are seeing faint glimmers of fissures for more regulations in what has long been staunch Republican opposition.By Karin Brulliard and Annie Gowen
At Michigan State, February mass killing looms over graduation
Three students were killed and others injured in a Feb. 13 shooting on campus that continues to provoke anxiety and concern among students and teachers.By Wali Khan
Conservatives hail Daniel Penny as ‘hero’ after killing man on subway
Penny's legal-defense fund has raised more than $1 million after he was charged with second-degree manslaughter in Jordan Neely's death on the New York subway.By Timothy Bella
End of a love affair: AM radio is being removed from many cars
After a century-long romance, the car and AM radio are breaking up, leaving conservative talk shows, programs aimed at immigrants and religious stations wondering how they'll connect with listeners.By Marc Fisher
Mass killings leave Americans fearful, numb and wondering: Am I next?
As the country confronts a fresh string of mass killings in everyday places, the unrelenting violence is exacting a psychological toll.By Joanna Slater
‘Tool’ of the Proud Boys convicted of Jan. 6 police assault, rioting
Worrell’s mistreatment at the D.C. jail led a judge to order his pretrial release and jail authorities to be found in contempt.By Spencer S. Hsu
End of Title 42 pandemic border policy brings reset, but no sudden rush
The Title 42 border policy, used during the pandemic to quickly expel migrants who were in the United States illegally, expired Friday.By Mary Beth Sheridan, Reyes Mata III, Maria Sacchetti and Nick Miroff
Texas shooter’s diary charts decade-long path to violence
The shooter in the Allen, Tex., mass killing showed signs of extreme hate as far back as 2013, but his online postings don’t spell out a clear motive, analysts say.By Razzan Nakhlawi, Hannah Allam, Samuel Oakford and Silvia Foster-Frau
Daniel Penny charged with manslaughter in Jordan Neely’s subway chokehold death
The 24-year-old Marine Corps veteran, who was seen on video holding Neely in a chokehold for several minutes, was released on $100,000 bond. Penny is back in court July 17.By Timothy Bella and Andrea Salcedo
Justice Department blocks Trump deposition in Strzok, Page lawsuits
The Justice Department won a court order to stop former president Donald Trump from being questioned under oath until FBI Director Christopher Wray is interviewed.By Spencer S. Hsu
Lori Vallow, mom with doomsday beliefs, found guilty in kids’ killings
Prosecutors argued that the couple thought of themselves as godlike figures tasked with ridding the world of “zombie” spirits.By Amber Ferguson and Andrea Salcedo
Hodding Carter III, State Dept. spokesman in Iran crisis, dies at 88
He was the scion of a Mississippi newspaper family and won four Emmy Awards for TV documentaries.By Harrison Smith
Para los exiliados nicaragüenses, la libertad es aún una promesa esquiva en Estados Unidos
Separados de su país y su familia en Nicaragua, los ex prisioneros políticos enfrentan las complejidades de vivir en el destierro en Estados Unidos.By Paulina Villegas
Carrying a Bible and a gun, a pastor tends to an unsettled New Orleans
Pastor Isaiah Stewart’s ministry has gone beyond consoling victims of gun violence into teaching them how to use guns in a city wracked by violence.By Holly Bailey
Title 42 is over. Here’s how it works at the border now.
The end of the Title 42 policy that allowed officials to quickly remove border crossers is straining President Biden's immigration policies.By Adrian Blanco, Samuel Granados, Hannah Dormido, Nick Miroff and Maria Sacchetti
For exiled Nicaraguans, freedom rings hollow in the U.S.
Severed from home and family in Nicaragua, former political prisoners struggle to build new lives in the U.S. as they watch their country unravel from afar.By Paulina Villegas
A county weighed renaming Negro Creek. Black leaders fought the change.
A committee of community leaders in Johnson County, Kan., voted last month to keep the name despite some opposition and an unclear origin story behind it.By Praveena Somasundaram
A rock smashed through their roof. Scientists say it was a meteorite.
The College of New Jersey confirmed that a rock that crashed through a home in Hopewell Township, N.J., on Monday was a meteorite.By Daniel Wu