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Bryan and Karla Holcombe, victims of the Texas church shooting.

What we know about the victims of the Texas church shooting

Details about the victims in Sunday's shooting at a church in Texas are starting to emerge. The victims ranged from an 18-month-old to a 77-year-old.

‘Windows broke out. Shots were flying’ — Survivors of the Texas church shooting describe what they saw

Survivors of the Texas church shooting give accounts of what they saw during the 16 minutes when shooter Devin Kelley executed people, pew by pew.

The men behind the US’s deadliest mass shootings have something in common — and it’s not mental illness

Mass shooters tend to have violent, impulsive pasts. And despite federal laws, they're still able to buy guns.

The Texas gunman escaped from a mental health facility after assaulting his wife and infant stepson

Devin Kelley in 2012 fled a mental health facility, where he was sent after being court-martialed on charges of assaulting his wife and infant stepson.
Law enforcement officials continue their investigation into the shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs on November 7, 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

The FBI has the Texas church shooter’s phone but can’t get in

FBI investigators are hoping the phone will provide clues about the gunman's motive.

The Texas church shooter has a disturbing history of domestic violence, including charges of animal cruelty and fracturing his infant stepson’s ...

Devin Kelley once fractured his infant's skull, was arrested for animal cruelty, and had a history of harassing ex-girlfriends, according to a new report.

Trump called the shooting in Texas a ‘mental-health issue’ — but scientific evidence says otherwise

Experts who study gun violence say mass shootings, like the one in Sutherland Springs, Texas, are often unrelated to mental health conditions.
Trump delivers remarks on Texas shooting in Japan

Trump says gun-control laws would have led to ‘hundreds more dead’ in Texas shooting

President Donald Trump says gun control is "not going to help" curb US gun violence, and he blamed Sunday's mass shooting in Texas on mental health.
Pastor Robert Jeffress told Fox & Friends that churches should encourage their members to carry guns in church.

Megachurch pastor on ‘Fox & Friends’ says his parishioners could stop a shooting because they carry guns into church

Pastor Robert Jeffress said on Monday that a mass shooting wouldn't happen in his church because a large portion of his members carry concealed weapons.