As mass shootings become mind-numbingly common in the U.S., clear patterns have emerged in the way the media covers the perpetrators of these violent acts.
Off-duty Las Vegas Police Officer Charleston Hartfield was one of the 58 people killed when Stephen Haddock fired into a crowd during the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas last week.
More info is coming to light about the movements Stephen Paddock made in the days and months leading up to his mass shooting at a country music festival in Las Vegas on Sunday night. Reports now say he also booked rooms overlooking Chicago’s Lollapalooza and another Las Vegas event, the Life Is Beautiful festival.
In the wake of Sunday night’s shooting massacre on the Las Vegas Strip, hotels and casinos are looking to maintain as much of a sense of normalcy as possible while simultaneously ramping up security to keep employees and guests alike as safe as possible.
As many of us still work to make sense of the horrifically tragic shooting that happened Sunday night on the Las Vegas Strip, details continue to emerge that may offer some insight into what could have led Stephen Paddock to commit such a heinous act. It is now reported that in June he received a prescription for an…
For Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), the issue isn’t gun control or gun safety, or that average citizens can walk into a gun store and walk out with an automatic weapon and enough rounds to bring down a building.
Before we begin, you should know what this is all about. Instead of waxing eloquently about how white men get to become sympathetic figures even after they commit the most heinous acts imaginable, we decided to show you.
The girlfriend of the Las Vegas mass shooter has returned to the United States after traveling abroad for the week and will now be at the center of the investigation into the horrific attack as authorities try to pin down a motive for Stephen Paddock’s deadly rampage.
In the winter of 2013, I decided that I would purchase a gun and kill myself. I was in a very deep state of depression, with many days so debilitating that my mattress felt like a tub of quicksand pulling me deeper into a dark, bottomless free fall. That I could make it out of bed was a miracle.
Bloody Tragedy Still Not Worst in U.S. History
The world is going to hell in a handbasket, and if a Republican bill making it easier to buy silencers in the wake of America’s deadliest shooting passes, it will just get there faster.
A subdued and somber President Donald Trump got on television hours after more than 50 people were killed during an attack in Las Vegas on Sunday, and seemingly stuck to the script and took no questions, managing not to make this tragic event even more tragic (as happened with his comments after the racial melee in…
Updated Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, 12:15 p.m. EDT: Police have confirmed that 58 people are dead and more than 515 are injured in what is being called the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. Sixty-four-year-old Stephen Paddock, whom police have identified as the shooter, opened fire from two windows on the 32nd floor…