Mohamed Merah, an accused gunman claiming ties to al-Qaida, was holed up Wednesday in an apartment in Toulouse, France. Merah is suspected in seven homicides. Margaret Warner and The New York Times' Steven Erlanger discuss France's latest terror concerns.
The Virginia Tech community was terrorized by another deadly shooting attack Thursday that left a police officer dead, but the response this time by the university and police was much different than the 2007 massacre on campus. Hari Sreenivasan reports.
Deadly Virginia Tech Shooting Brings Back Fears, Memories…
Gunshots that hit the White House on Friday evening eventually led to the arrest of Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, a 21-year-old man from Idaho, on a charge of an attempted assassination of President Obama. Margret Warner discusses the developing story with…
In other news Monday, an Afghan policeman turned his gun on American troops, killing six of them during a NATO training exercise in eastern Afghanistan, before he was killed.
A gunman opened fire Friday at an immigration center in Binghamton, N.Y., killing 13 people and taking dozens of hostages before authorities found him dead. Judy Woodruff gives an update.
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A gunman killed at least eight people and wounded five, two critically, inside an Omaha, Neb., shopping mall Wednesday afternoon before turning the gun on himself, police said.
Members of the Virginia Tech community in Blacksburg, Va., observed a day of mourning in remembrance of the 32 victims of Monday's shootings, while other vigils were held nationwide.
A day after mass shootings left 33 people dead at Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, Va., the students and faculty were working on dealing with the aftermath, even as more information about the shooter was becoming available.
At least 32 people were killed Monday during a shooting rampage in a residence hall and academic building at Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, Va. Two reporters give the latest on the situation.
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