In Congressman’s Shooting, a Like-Minded Gunman Shakes a Liberal Enclave

Shocked residents of Del Ray in Alexandria, Va., are grappling with an outsider who shattered the neighborhood’s quiet charm.

Shooting Brings Rare Comity to the Capitol, but Will It Last?

Senators and lobbyists, staff members with a job to do and residents with an evening to spare, joined for a moment on Thursday in a bipartisan rebuttal: Play ball.

Before Shooting, Suspect Began Day at Y.M.C.A. as Usual

Records show that James T. Hodgkinson, the man who the police say opened fire on a congressional baseball practice, had made a local Y.M.C.A. his home base.

Shooting Is Latest Eruption in a Grim Ritual of Rage and Blame

By ALEXANDER BURNS June 14, 2017 The violence has come regularly for years, in one politically charged spasm after another. A member of Congress shot through the head in Tucson. Assaults on the Holocaust Museum, a Planned Parenthood office and the Family...