Southern Baptists to Release List of Ministers Accused of Sexual Abuse

The existence of the secretly maintained list was revealed in a bombshell report on the denomination’s handling of sexual abuse over the past two decades.

Indiana Lawmakers Override Transgender Sports Veto

Gov. Eric Holcomb said the measure barring transgender girls from playing girls’ sports at school was unnecessary, but fellow Republicans in the Legislature disagreed.

Baby Formula Shortage Reveals Gaps in Regulation and Reporting

The government has ordered more safeguards at an Abbott Nutrition plant. But the lack of reporting requirements and limited testing make it hard to monitor the deadly bacterium that led to a recall.

Princeton Fires Tenured Professor in Campus Controversy

Joshua Katz’s dismissal is related to his inappropriate conduct with a female student, the university said. He says criticism of a campus protest group is the issue.

Southern Baptist Sex Abuse Report Stuns, From Pulpit to Pews

The results of a sprawling investigation are coursing through every level of Baptist society, at an already fraught moment for the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.

Anaheim Mayor Resigns as F.B.I. Investigates Angel Stadium Deal

Mayor Harry Sidhu has not been charged, but a federal agent has accused him of providing confidential information with the hope of receiving $1 million in campaign aid.

FBI Released Report Showing Steep Rise in ‘Active’ Shooters on Monday

The annual total of shootings involving an attacker “attempting to kill people in a populated area” has nearly doubled since 2017.

Democrats Move to Clear Way for Votes on Background Checks for Gun Purchasers

Republicans have opposed such measures in the past, and gave no indication that they had changed their positions.

Biden Responds to Texas School Shooting: ‘We Have to Act’

A shaken and emotional President Biden declared that it is “time to turn this pain into action” as he addressed the nation following the slaughter of 18 elementary school children and a teacher in Texas.

Marjorie Taylor Greene wins her primary, dashing establishment G.O.P. hopes.

The far-right congresswoman fended off a challenge from a Republican businesswoman who had hoped to push Ms. Greene into a runoff election.

Chris Murphy Slams Fellow Senators After Texas Shooting: ‘Why Are You Here?’

The Connecticut senator has made gun control his life’s work since witnessing Sandy Hook parents learning their children had been killed.

19 Children and 2 Adults Killed in Massacre at Texas Elementary School

The mass shooting was the deadliest at an American school since the slayings at Sandy Hook a decade ago.

Iraqi Man Helped Plot to Kill Bush, F.B.I. Says

Authorities linked the man, who was living in Ohio, to ISIS and accused him of planning to smuggle immigrants into the United States to help carry out the killing.

In Texas, Lenient Gun Laws Are Woven Into the Fabric of the State

Texas has long had some of the least-restrictive gun laws in the United States, priding itself as a state with responsible gun owners, even with its recent history of mass shootings.

U.S. Speeds Up Reshaping of Taiwan’s Defenses to Deter China

The Biden administration is taking lessons from the war in Ukraine to turn Taiwan into a “porcupine” bristling with weapons that would inflict severe pain if attacked.

Herschel Walker, backed by Trump, sails to the G.O.P. nomination in Georgia’s Senate race.

Mr. Walker, a former football star, used Mr. Trump’s endorsement and his enduring popularity to overcome troublesome allegations about his behavior.

Warnock wins the Democratic nomination for Senate in Georgia, setting up a closely watched fall contest.

Senator Raphael Warnock will face Herschel Walker, the Republican nominee, in a general election race with enormous stakes for the Senate.

When Will We Get Election Results in Georgia?

Unlike Pennsylvania, no states voting on Tuesday have a law that prevents election officials from processing absentee ballots before Election Day.

New Names Recommended for 9 Army Bases That Honor Confederate Leaders

A committee established by Congress has selected names commemorating a diverse array of American warriors, as the military continues to examine its history with race.

Uvalde, Where Shooting Took Place, Is Near the U.S. Southern Border

The city of about 15,200 people is in a region with a large Mexican American population.

Georgia Democrats Elect Stacey Abrams as Their Nominee for Governor

Stacey Abrams, whose failed run for governor in 2018 propelled her to national stardom in Democratic politics, ran unopposed in her primary.

3 Questions About Tuesday’s Big Elections

Will Donald Trump’s “Stop the Steal” candidates accept defeat? Can Democrats find reasons for hope? And for other Republicans, what’s the price of Trump’s cold shoulder?

Texas Shooting Is Deadliest at Elementary School Since Newtown

The shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, in 2012 killed 20 first graders and six adults.

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