By Alan Fram, Associated Press
How has the Orlando shooting slaughter affected the politics of gun control in Congress? A bipartisan House measure barring firearms sales to some suspected terrorists nicely captures the mix of new and familiar forces in play.
By Omar Etman
Orlando’s Pulse nightclub will host a fundraiser on Thursday, their first event since a gunman killed 49 club-goers on June 12.
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
The House has passed a $1.1 billion House-Senate measure to combat the Zika virus, but the GOP-drafted measure is a nonstarter with Senate Democrats and the Obama White House.
By Joshua Barajas
As families of the Orlando victims navigate a heavy burden of paperwork and funerals in the aftermath of the June 12 massacre, local Latino leaders are concerned about how the trauma will manifest in the tight-knit Latino community weeks, months,…
By Elisabeth Ponsot
In the wake of tragedy, emergency room professionals confront how best to prepare for a mass shooting.
By Michael D. Regan
For the victims who survived the massacre at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, the healing process is just beginning.
By Corinne Segal
As the world mourns the victims in Orlando, lighting designers who work in clubs and theaters are asking if their tools could help keep people safe from active shooters.
By Eugene Mason
In response, parade organizers are speaking out against the ban. They said stopping the parade is illegal, and they promised to take the issue to court.
By Nsikan Akpan
Want to stop an ISIS attack? Don’t start with lone wolves, according to new computer analysis of pro-ISIS groups on social media.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
President Barack Obama was undertaking a grim and delicate mission to Orlando, Florida on Thursday, offering solace after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
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