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A man lost his wife in the El Paso Walmart shooting, then his car was stolen during her funeral. His community came together to replace it.
Antonio Basco's Ford Escape was stolen after a funeral for his wife, Margie Reckard, in El Paso. The community banded together to find him a new one.
The Walmart CEO said he's not certain about when the El Paso store will reopen, as it is ultimately up to law enforcement.
Police are hunting for a mysterious ‘hero’ who may have saved an infant and several others during the deadly El Paso Walmart shooting
The El Paso Police Department released a photo of the man from Walmart surveillance footage on Thursday and asked for help identifying him.
The suspect surrendered to police just after midnight, putting an end to an active situation in Philadelphia that left nine officers wounded.
The photo has been shared tens of thousands of times on social media as Walmart faces growing pressure to stop selling guns.
Boyert Shooting Center, in Katy, Texas, posted a sign on its marquee that said: "Back to school sale August 13th-18th Up to 50% off firearms."
California Highway Patrol officers exchanged gunfire with a suspect, near the 215 Freeway. The suspect was shot and pronounced dead at a hospital.
Conservative media described immigration as an ‘invasion’ hundreds of times before the El Paso shooter echoed the same language
A New York Times analysis found "hundreds" of examples where conservative media personalities invoked the same language as the El Paso shooter.
Police said they were investigating the gunman, a young, white male carrying several guns, who had expressed far-right, anti-immigrant views online.
The El Paso shooting has reignited a debate over whether the federal government has a double-standard when it comes to white nationalist terrorism
The government has been unable to address homegrown extremism because of civil liberties concerns and because the US has no domestic terrorism law.