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The husband of an El Paso shooting victim says he has no other family, so he’s inviting the community to attend his wife’s funeral
Antonio Basco said he has no other family after losing his wife Margie Reckard in the El Paso shooting, so he invited the community to her funeral.
American teens want vivid photos of their deaths to be publicized if they’re killed in a mass shooting — and it’s part of a new camp...
A group of Columbine students created #mylastshot, a campaign against gun violence that gives permission for a photo of their death to be shared.
An expert breaks down the psychology behind the copy-cat threats that followed the recent mass shootings at Walmart
Walmarts across the country have been targeted with threats. These instances have received wider scrutiny after the El Paso mass shooting.
The El Paso shooting has reignited a debate over whether the federal government has a double-standard when it comes to white nationalist terrorism
The government has been unable to address homegrown extremism because of civil liberties concerns and because the US has no domestic terrorism law.
Trump says kids who are afraid of going back to school because of mass shootings should ‘study hard’ and ‘maybe be president of the ...
"They have nothing to fear, nothing to worry about," Trump told reporters on Friday, less than a week after the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton.
Democratic lawmaker tells Walmart to stop ‘making up stupid s—‘ by targeting video games after mass shootings
"Mario Kart caused people to drive faster," Rep. Ted Lieu of California asked Walmart. "Pac-Man caused folks to eat more?"
Trump calls ‘liberal Hollywood ‘racist at the highest level’ as a satirical film that depicts liberal elites hunting ‘deplorab...
"What they're doing with the kind of movies they're putting out is actually very dangerous for our country," President Donald Trump said on Friday.
The baby's parents, Jordan and Andre Anchondo, died protecting him from harm during the shooting in an El Paso Walmart.
Mental illness and video games are not linked to gun violence. But domestic abuse and access to guns are.
Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley doesn’t want the mass shooting in her community to become a story about Donald Trump
"My job as mayor is to bring the community together and to help our community grieve and get through this trauma," Whaley told INSIDER on Thursday.