After the Pulse shooting, Orlando Health, which treated many of the victims, created a way to connect international patients with representatives from their home countries.
By Eric Alberts, John Corfield, STAT
Faith leaders and LGBTQ groups in Orlando say the last year has brought new connections between them, just one of the ways the community has changed in the wake of the Pulse shooting.
By Corinne Segal, Michael D. Regan
In the early morning of June 12, 2016, Omar Mateen opened fire at Pulse, a popular gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. It was the worst mass shooting of civilians in American history, leaving 49 people dead and dozens injured. NewsHour…
By Ivette Feliciano, Sam Weber, Michael D. Regan
Orlando’s Pulse nightclub will host a fundraiser on Thursday, their first event since a gunman killed 49 club-goers on June 12.
By Omar Etman
By PBS NewsHour
Rubana Khan of Orlando, in heartfelt verse, sends apologies from her Islamic family to the families of the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting. In doing so, she lays bare the pain the killer, Omar Mateen, has caused her and other…
By William Brangham, Justin Scuiletti
We've been reporting on the ground in Orlando since a gunman opened fire on a crowded nightclub Sunday. We spoke with people at an LGBT community center, a local mosque, a blood donation center and a vigil for victims of…
By PBS NewsHour
The investigation into the Orlando mass shooting took a strange twist Tuesday with some patrons of the gay nightclub that gunman Omar Mateen turned into a killing field saying he was a regular there and used gay dating apps. There…
A mother of two. An Army reservist. A cancer survivor. A gay rights activist. A high school basketball star. These are some of the victims of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. The Newshour steps back to remember…
By Erica Werner, Associated Press
Republican hopes are fading for a new, "more presidential" Trump as the party's divisions around him grow ever more acute.
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