The Wednesday night shooting of three men in a Kansas City sports bar is now being investigated as a possible hate crime after witnesses say the shooter yelled “get out of my country” before opening fire on two Indian men.
At 8 p.m. the Québec City Islamic Cultural Center on Sainte-Foy Street was holding evening prayers, when three gunmen burst into the building and began shooting. Five are dead, and many more injured.
About 25,000 pieces of luggage and items belonging to travelers who were in the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport at the time of the January 6 shooting are reportedly unclaimed.
In a third suspected terrorist attack Monday, three people were injured by a gunman who burst into an Islamic Center in Zurich, Switzerland. The man then fled, leaving some of his victims seriously wounded.
Russia’s ambassador to Turkey has died after being shot by a gunman at an art exhibition, Russian state media is reporting. After shooting Andrei Karlov, the gunman may have shouted, “We die in Aleppo, you die here,” according to reports.
On Sunday, a 28-year-old man from Salisbury, North Carolina, fired shots inside a pizzeria in northwest Washington, D.C. Armed with an assault rifle, he later told police he wanted to “self-investigate” a fraudulent election conspiracy theory connected to Hillary Clinton.
Ohio State University is warning its students that an active shooter has been reported on campus. The campus emergency system sent out a warning to students to “run, hide, fight,” the instructed protocol for an active shooting.
On May 26, a shooting at a T.I. concert at New York’s Irving Plaza left one dead (bodyguard Ronald McPhatter) and three others injured. One of the victims, 26-year-old Jersey City resident Maggie Carrie Heckstall, told her story about the shooting and the resulting trauma she lives with on last night’s True Life: I’ve…
A 66 year old woman was shot and killed in her Bronx apartment by a New York City police sergeant after allegedly charging at him with a baseball bat.
A Colorado judge has once again ruled that Robert Dear, who killed three people in a shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood, is not competent to stand trial. Judge Gilbert Martinez has ruled twice before that Dear is not mentally fit stand trial, or, after numerous outbursts in court, to even participate in motions…
Reuters and local media outlets are reporting that at least two children have been shot during an incident at Townville Elementary School in Townville, South Carolina. The suspected shooter is reportedly in custody.
Multiple news agencies are reporting that American University in Kabul is under attack by armed militants. Students are tweeting that they are trapped inside campus buildings and hearing explosions and gunfire.
In the least surprising bit of news possibly ever, lawmakers in Texas don’t think gun control is the answer to preventing tragedies like the recent shooting in Dallas that claimed the lives of five people.
Another day, another routine outburst of fatal gun violence in America: four people were shot at the Berrien County courthouse in St. Joseph Michigan on Monday afternoon. According to initial reports, three civilians and a police officer were wounded. Three of those people have reportedly died, including the shooter.
Newt Gingrich, the villainous toad in the Disney movie of my nightmares, just said that white people don’t know what it’s like to be a black American and I am so destabilized that I can no longer be certain that my life isn’t a prolonged episode of the Truman show.
Three Dallas police officers and one DART transit official have been declared dead after being shot by two snipers during a Black Lives Matter protest over the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, who in turn were both killed by members of law enforcement earlier this week.
Police are still investigating the motives of Christy Sheats, the Houston-area woman who fatally shot her two daughters over the weekend. New reports say that Sheats and her husband were having marital issues before the shooting, and that she drew a gun during a family meeting, telling her husband “This is about…
One week ago, 49 people were murdered when a lone gunman opened fire in Orlando, Florida’s Pulse nightclub. To date, it is the deadliest shooting in our country’s history. And today, in the wake of this massacre, the United States Senate blocked four different proposals to implement stricter gun control laws.
A shooting has been reported at an engineering building on the UCLA campus. Students are being told to take cover in a secure location. As of now, there’s no other information available.