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9:25 AM ET, May 16, 2022

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New York Times:
A Fringe Conspiracy Theory, Fostered Online, Is Refashioned by the G.O.P.  —  Replacement theory, espoused by the suspect in the Buffalo massacre, has been embraced by some right-wing politicians and commentators.  —  Inside a Pittsburgh synagogue in 2018, a white man with a history …
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Eugene Robinson / Washington Post:
Opinion The Black victims of the Buffalo shooting were killed by white supremacy  —  Do not dare look away from the bloody horror that left 10 dead in Buffalo.  Do not dare write off the shooter as somehow uniquely “troubled.”  Those Black victims were murdered by white supremacy …
Isaac Chotiner / New Yorker:
Making Sense of the Racist Mass Shooting in Buffalo  —  An expert on the white-power movement and the “great replacement” theory puts the act of terror in context.  —  On Saturday, a gunman murdered ten people and wounded three others at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York.
Talia Lavin / Rolling Stone:
The Buffalo Shooter Isn't a ‘Lone Wolf.’ He's a Mainstream Republican  —  The shooter is just the latest to act on it  —  There's no such thing as a lone wolf — an appellation often given, in error, to terrorists who act alone, particularly those of the white supremacist variety.
Jesse McKinley / New York Times:
Grief and Anger Sweep Through Buffalo a Day After a Racist Massacre
Jason Stanley / The Guardian:   Buffalo shooting: how white replacement theory keeps inspiring mass murder
Erie County (New York) Government:
Broome County Teen Arraigned for Killing Ten, Injuring Three in Shooting at Buffalo Grocery Store
Associated Press:
Buffalo shooter targeted Black neighborhood, officials say
Los Angeles Times:
‘Why?  Why our community?’:  Laguna Woods shattered by mass shooting at church  —  Cindy Frazier was running errands Sunday afternoon when she heard the overwhelming sound of police and fire engine sirens as they raced to Geneva Presbyterian Church.  —  It was an unusual scene …
Discussion: Insider
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Los Angeles Times:
Churchgoers subdued, hog-tied gunman after deadly Laguna Woods church shooting  —  A gunman attacked a lunch banquet at a Taiwanese church in Laguna Woods, killing one person and wounding five others Sunday before congregants hogtied him with an extension cord and disarmed him of two weapons, authorities said.
Associated Press:
California churchgoers detained gunman in deadly attack
New York Times:
Growing evidence of a military disaster on the Donets pierces a pro-Russian bubble.  —  The destruction wreaked on a Russian battalion as it tried to cross a river in northeastern Ukraine last week is emerging as among the deadliest engagements of the war, with estimates based …
Discussion: The Guardian
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Financial Times:
Ukraine war is ‘best opportunity’ for nuclear comeback since Fukushima, industry says  —  Domestically generated power is geopolitically safer than gas imports, according to Japan's largest reactor maker  —  Russia's war in Ukraine has created the “best opportunity” for Japan's nuclear industry …
Discussion: Politico
Associated Press:
Finland, Sweden inch closer to seeking NATO membership
Jonathan Lemire / Politico:
Biden starts conceding that the bygone era of D.C. may, indeed, be gone  —  The fever didn't break.  And for the Biden White House, efforts at bipartisanship have finally taken a backseat.  —  To the frustration of many Democrats and some of his closest advisers, President Joe Biden …
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Brad Dress / The Hill:   Fauci says he would not serve under Trump again
Elena Schneider / Politico:
Where megadonors are spending big money to shape the Democratic Party's future  —  House Democratic primaries are drawing record cash — even as they're almost guaranteed to lose their majority.  —  Super PACs and other organizations have already dropped more than $53 million …
Discussion: Washington Examiner
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Shane Goldmacher / New York Times:   The Little Red Boxes Making a Mockery of Campaign Finance Laws
Washington Post:
What everyone gets wrong about evangelicals and abortion  —  Evangelicals started speaking out against legal abortion long before the late 1970s  —  In the wake of Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr.'s leaked draft Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, a familiar narrative has emerged.
Parmy Olson / Washington Post:
Google Is Sharing Our Data at a Startling Scale  —  Along with the Pixel phones, watches and earbuds at Google's annual showcase of software and devices last week came a pair of nifty-looking translation glasses.  Put them on and real-time “subtitles” appear on the lenses as you watch a person speaking in a different language.
Lauren Hirsch / New York Times:
After 32 years, McDonald's Plans to Sell Its Russia Business  —  “This is a complicated issue that's without precedent and with profound consequences,” Chris Kempczinski, the chief executive of McDonald's, wrote in a message to franchises that was obtained by The Times.
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
The White House:
President Biden Announces New Actions to Ease the Burden of Housing Costs  —  New Biden-Harris Administration Housing Supply Action Plan To Help Close the Housing Supply Gap in Five Years  —  As President Biden said last week, tackling inflation is his top economic priority.
Discussion: abc7NY
New York Times:
After Buffalo Shooting Video Spreads, Social Platforms Face Questions  —  Gunmen say they are influenced by online screeds and broadcasts of past shootings.  Do social media sites have a responsibility to rein in hateful and violent content?  —  In March 2019, before a gunman murdered 51 people …
Salena Zito / Washington Examiner:
As Barnette raises doubts in PA Senate race, some voters move back toward McCormick  —  ALTOONA, Pennsylvania — Just two days ago, Michelle Damiano was very seriously thinking of voting for Kathy Barnette, the insurgent candidate running for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania.
Discussion: Fox News, Breitbart and Political Wire
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Ann E. Marimow / Washington Post:
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Paul Steinhauser / Fox News:
New Tom Cotton book spotlights what senator calls 'Left's Plot to Sabotage American Power'
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Alex Berenson / Wall Street Journal:
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Theo Francis / Wall Street Journal:
Pay Packages for CEOs Rise to Record Level
Discussion: Fortune and The Hill
David Rothkopf / The Daily Beast:
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Olivia Beavers / Politico:
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Adam Wren / Politico:
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Eric Topol / Ground Truths:
The Covid Capitulation  —  As the virus accelerates its evolution, humans retrogress
Discussion: The Guardian
Dan Merica / CNN:
Pennsylvania US Senate candidate Fetterman suffers stroke but says he's ‘well on my way to a full recovery’
Maki Becker / Buffalo News:
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