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By Michael D. Regan
During his weekly White House address, President Barack Obama said the shooting in San Bernardino was an "act of terrorism" and called on Congress to close a loophole that allows people on the No-Fly list to purchase guns.
By Margaret Myers, Joshua Barajas
Gunman opened fire at a social services agency in San Bernardino, California, Wednesday morning. Fourteen people are dead and 17 wounded. Two suspects, one man and one woman, are dead, both had assault-style weapons. Another suspect is in custody.
By Joshua Barajas
Hospital officials say that four of the seven injured shooting victims at Oregon's Mercy Medical Center are expected to survive after a gunman opened fire during a writing class at Umpqua Community College on Thursday, killing nine people.
By PBS NewsHour
Following recent mass shootings, NewsHour begins a series called “Guns in America” where we will talk with people intimately involved in the gun control debate. Tonight we speak to author and advocate Mark Kelly, husband of congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, who…
A shooting at a movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana, has left two dead, and nine injured. The shooting comes in the wake of two recent mass shootings, one in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where four Marines and a sailor were killed, and…
In Friday’s news wrap, a shooting in a Louisiana movie theater has left two dead and nine others injured. Also, Turkish fighter jets have begun bombing Islamic State targets, and the Pentagon announced that U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan has killed…
By Rialda Zukic
The family of Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez, who is accused of opening fire at two military facilities on Thursday and shooting five people in Chattanooga, Tennessee, has released a statement expressing condolences for the victims and their families.
The deadly shooting at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, has rocked the nation. Gwen Ifill speaks with Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) and Heidi Beirich of Southern Poverty Law Center about the tragedy and how it reflects current race relations…
By Ruth Tam
Chérif Kouachi and Said Kouachi were the primary suspects in Wednesday’s shooting at a French satirical newspaper that claimed 12 lives. Until Friday morning, the brothers were at large when a manhunt drove them to a small industrial town where…
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