The 19-year-old, who killed 10 shoppers, is the first person to be prosecuted under a New York law against domestic terrorism motivated by hate.
Police Released The Virginia Walmart Shooter's "Death Note" As Survivors Recount What Happened During The Attack
"The way he was looking at people’s faces, and the way he did what he did, he was picking people out."
The Three University Of Virginia Football Players Shot To Death In A Bus Were Beloved By The Community
Friends and family remembered the football players for their contributions to the community and infectious energy.
The St. Louis School Shooter’s Family Removed A Gun From Their Home, But Police Said He May Have Gotten It Back
Interim St. Louis Police Chief Michael Sack said he believes the gun used in the attack may have been the same one his family had removed from their home, and police are trying to determine how he got it back.
Police Said The St. Louis School Shooter Left Behind A Handwritten Note Saying He Had No Friends, Family, Or Girlfriend
Police said the suspect also had more than 600 rounds of ammunition on him when he opened fire, killing two people.
Loved ones identified the deceased victims as Alexandria Bell, a tenth grader who loved art and dancing, and Jean Kuczka, a physical education teacher and mother of five.
The 16-Year-Old Who Shot And Killed 4 Students At A Michigan High School Has Pleaded Guilty To Terrorism And 23 Other Charges
The terrorism and murder charges carry up to life without parole or a minimum sentence of 25 to 40 years and a maximum sentence of at least 60 years.
The Texas State Police Officer Who Responded To The Uvalde Shooting Has Become The First From His Department To Be Fired Amid The Fallout Over The Response
Juan Maldonado is the latest officer to be fired after intense scrutiny over law enforcement’s response to the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, in which 19 children and 2 teachers were killed.
"My heart is heavy because we don't have answers as to why this tragedy occurred," Raleigh Police Chief Estella Patterson told reporters.
"For the individuals who spent the weekend bashing 21 grieving families, go home and hug your kids and be glad that you can because I'll be at the cemetery because that's the closest I can get to my baby."
The Uvalde School District Has Suspended Its Entire Police Force As Anger Over The Mass Shooting Response Continues
The suspension comes as parents and community members have been calling for more accountability in response to the shooting that killed 19 students and two teachers in May.
Families Of The Uvalde Shooting Victims Are Camping Outside The School District's Office Demanding Action
"We did everything how they wanted to and nothing was done, so now we're doing it our way. I guarantee I'm a lot more stubborn than they are."
A Security Guard Allegedly Thought The Oxford School Shooting Was A Drill And That A Bleeding Student Had “Really Good Makeup” On
The security guard, Kimberly Potts, told investigators that she thought a 16-year-old's blood was makeup as part of an active shooter drill, the victims' families said.
The 4,368 empty seats are meant to honor the number of children killed by gun violence since 2020.
23 Creative Solutions Republicans Have Offered To Stop Mass Shootings That Have Nothing To Do With Guns
A noncomprehensive list.
Indiana's Red Flag Law Was Designed To Prevent Mass Shootings Like The FedEx Facility Rampage. Prosecutors Never Tried To Use It.
“It shouldn’t be a political issue. It’s life or death.”
House Democrats Push Major Gun Control Bills Forward Following The Mass Shootings In El Paso And Dayton
The House Judiciary Committee passed bills Tuesday night to expand background checks for gun sales and prevent those who are a danger to themselves and others from buying guns.
Kids In El Paso Kept Hearing About Mass Shootings. Now They're Trying To Comfort Friends Who Went Through One.
"After we passed by where my uncle works at, I started crying more because he works at the mall and I was scared he was going to die."
While victims of international terrorism can hold terrorist groups accountable in court, the legal path is less clear in cases of domestic terrorism.
Even modest measures to expand background checks after deadly shootings have failed to win enough Republican support to make it through Congress.
These Emotional Photos Show How People Are Coming Together After The Mass Shootings In El Paso And Dayton
Following the terror attack in El Paso, Texas, and mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio, people gathered to mourn the 31 victims who were killed.
"As an educator, I personally value knowing with precision and accuracy what reaction anything that I say (or write) will instill in my audience, and I got this one wrong."
"When you look at these photos of how it took place, you can see the actions within video games and others," said a leading Republican, suggesting a connection researchers say is not there.
"I Don't Feel Safe Anywhere": People Express A New Kind Of Anxiety Living In America After El Paso And Dayton Mass Shootings
"I’ve kinda had this fear for a while but it’s just getting worse."
The Justice Department is launching a task force of US attorneys to look at ways of prosecuting more domestic abusers who unlawfully have guns.
Elizabeth Lecron and Vincent Armstrong visited Columbine High School and exchanged letters with the Charleston church mass shooter, sending him literature about Nazis.
Ventura County Sheriff Geoff Dean is retiring tomorrow, and said leaving at such a tragic time "can't be any worse."
The answers show that teens see the nuances of the gun control debate.
Just days after surviving a mass shooting, a team of teens are trying to start a revolution from their parents’ living rooms.