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      Many experts who study how to prevent mass shootings have come to focus on marked changes in behavior, demeanor or appearance, uncharacteristic fights or arguments, or telling others of plans for violence.
      CreditCallaghan O'Hare for The New York Times

      What Are the Real Warning Signs of a Mass Shooting?

      While some mass shootings are committed by people with diagnosed mental illnesses, a life crisis is a better predictor of violence, researchers say.

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      National Archives officials spent much of 2021 trying to recover material from former President Donald J. Trump that he should have turned over when he left office.
      CreditSaul Martinez for The New York Times

      Trump Had More Than 300 Classified Documents at Mar-a-Lago

      The National Archives found more than 150 sensitive documents when it got a first batch of material from the former president in January, helping to explain the Justice Department’s urgent response.

      By Maggie HabermanJodi KantorAdam Goldman and

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