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Live updates: FBI hunts for Trump rally shooter’s motive; Secret Service scrutinized

Investigators say they haven’t identified any ideology behind Thomas Matthew Crooks’s attack at a rally for Donald Trump, but they believe he acted alone.

By Washington Post staffJuly 15, 2024

Liars and trolls overwhelm social media after Trump rally shooting

The attempted assassination of Donald Trump has triggered violent rhetoric and misinformation on some online platforms as RNC delegates gather in Milwaukee.

By Drew Harwell, Naomi Nix and Cat ZakrzewskiJuly 15, 2024

What we know about the Trump rally shooting, victims and gunman

President Biden told the nation to “cool it down” during an Oval Office speech after the FBI said a gunman, Thomas Matthew Crooks, tried to assassinate Donald Trump.

By Jiselle Lee, Kelly Kasulis Cho, Niha Masih and Kyle MelnickJuly 15, 2024

Trump rally shooter appears to have acted alone, FBI says

The 20-year-old who was killed by U.S. Secret Service was a registered Republican who worked at a nursing home.

By Emily Davies, Devlin Barrett, Jasmine Hilton and Perry SteinJuly 14, 2024

Church leaders call for solace, defiance in sermons after Trump attack

Less than 24 hours after the attempt to assassinate the former president, pastors across the country faced shocked and fearful worshipers Sunday morning.

By Hannah Allam, Michelle Boorstein and Holly BaileyJuly 14, 2024

After Trump rally shooting, no changes to GOP convention security plan

FBI official says there has been “no articulated threat” online to the Republican National Committee or individuals

By Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Patrick MarleyJuly 14, 2024

Congress moves quickly to investigate shooting at Trump rally

Republicans and Democrats in Congress said they will scrutinize the Secret Service after a gunman opened fire at former president Donald Trump’s rally in Butler, Pa.

By Jacqueline Alemany and Marianna SotomayorJuly 14, 2024

Victim in Trump rally shooting died while shielding his family from gunfire

Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro (D) said Corey Comperatore was a firefighter, a churchgoer and a proud “girl dad.”

By Danielle Paquette, Annie Gowen, Brittany Shammas and Joanna SlaterJuly 14, 2024
The CritiquePerspective

Rage, gunfire, blame: This is America

What should this country be? Surely, it doesn’t have to be this.

By Robin GivhanJuly 14, 2024

Witnesses describe chaos at rally shooting: ‘Oh my God, they got Trump’

In a Pennsylvania field, confusion and then terror gripped thousands as gunfire rang out over a Trump rally.

By Peter Jamison, Michael Kranish, Beth Reinhard, Emmanuel Felton, Meryl Kornfield, Colby Itkowitz and Jon SwaineJuly 14, 2024

Secret Service under pressure for shooter who got clear shot at Trump

Republican congressional leaders are vowing to investigate what went wrong and calling on Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle to account for her decisions.

By Carol D. Leonnig, Isaac Stanley-Becker and Josh DawseyJuly 14, 2024

What to know about the head of Secret Service as agency faces scrutiny

The 27th director of the U.S. Secret Service, Kimberly Cheatle, was sworn into office in 2022 and now faces questions about how the agency handled Trump’s rally.

By Maria SacchettiJuly 14, 2024

How the deadly Trump rally shooting unfolded in Pennsylvania

A timeline of how the suspected assassination attempt on the former president unfolded.

By Derek HawkinsJuly 14, 2024

What to know about Alec Baldwin’s ‘Rust’ trial dismissal and what’s next

A New Mexico judge dismissed the case with prejudice — meaning Baldwin cannot be retried — after finding the prosecution improperly withheld potential evidence.

By Frances Vinall and María Luisa PaúlJuly 13, 2024

Cavers find dog stuck in 50-foot cavern, feed her salami, rescue her

“She was shivering, and she was cold,” said one of the cavers who executed the three-hour rescue. “She clearly had been there for several days.”

By Sydney PageJuly 13, 2024

For a few hours, N.Y.’s hottest party was a wedding reception on the subway

A couple held a wedding reception aboard the New York City subway, welcoming friends, family and hundreds of strangers who boarded their train.

By Jonathan EdwardsJuly 13, 2024

Teen and Holocaust survivor who met volunteering become ‘dynamic duo’

“We just really hit it off,” said Dhilan Stanley, 13, who volunteers with Janine Oberrotman, 98, at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center.

By Cathy FreeJuly 12, 2024

Tour helicopter crash in Hawaii kills 1; rescue operation underway

A search and rescue operation for two missing people continues off Kauai island, after a helicopter belonging to Ali’i Kauai Air Tours and Charters crashed.

By Adela SulimanJuly 12, 2024
PoliticsPerspective

Tax-funded youth treatment centers are ‘warehouses of neglect,’ report finds

A Senate report says youth in residential treatment facilities too often suffer physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, while operators profit from tax dollars.

By Joe DavidsonJuly 12, 2024

A mom struggles to feed her kids after GOP states reject federal funds

In her rural Oklahoma town, Tabitha Shinn calculates down to the penny for groceries for her three teens but still must rely on giveaways from a food pantry.

By Annie GowenJuly 12, 2024