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By Gabe Stern, Associated Press
It's been five years since carnage and death sent his family running into the night, leaving them separated and terrified as a gunman rained bullets into an outdoor country music festival crowd on the Las Vegas Strip.
By Lindsay Whitehurst, Ken Ritter, Associated Press
A judge in Nevada has approved a total of $800 million in payouts from casino company MGM Resorts International and its insurers to more than 4,400 relatives and victims of the Las Vegas Strip shooting that was the deadliest in…
By Ken Ritter, Associated Press
In our news wrap Friday, Bahrain became the fourth Arab country to normalize ties with Israel. President Trump made the announcement only weeks after the United Arab Emirates took the same step. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed the move…
In our news wrap Thursday, Iraqi security forces shot and killed at least 12 more protesters, raising the death toll to 33. The government cut off internet access in a bid to quell the unrest, but crowds defied a curfew.
By Michelle L. Price, Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
LAS VEGAS — The family of a woman killed by a gunman raining down gunfire from a Las Vegas high-rise hotel suite filed a wrongful death lawsuit Tuesday against eight gun makers and three dealers arguing their weapons are designed…
A high-stakes gambler who rained down a hail of gunfire, killing 58 people from his high-rise casino suite in Las Vegas wanted infamy and mass destruction, the FBI told the Associated Press Tuesday, but took whatever motive might stretch beyond…
By Joshua Barajas, Michael Rios
There was no clear motive for the shooting, but the report contained more details from Stephen Paddock's personal life.
By Joshua Barajas
Here’s what we know about MGM's claims, victims' lawsuits and where the investigation into the mass shooting stands.
By Ken Ritter, Regina Garcia Cano, Associated Press
Police 911 audio and rooftop video made public Wednesday offers personal, panicked accounts of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
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