'A Storm Is Coming' - Guns And Threats Highlight Alleged Dallas Shooter Brian Clyde's Social MediaSocial media posts by the man who officials say opened fire at the Earle Cabell Federal Building in downtown Dallas give insight into the alleged shooter's state of mind. 
Suspect Brian Clyde Dead After Shooting At Dallas Federal BuildingOfficials have identified the person who they say opened fire outside the Earle Cabell Federal Building in downtown Dallas.
Downtown Dallas Residents Ducked For Cover, Recorded Video Of Federal Courthouse Shooting"In my building, I got about four feet of brick, so I was kind of laying down kind of peeking over with my phone barely up," said Tim Brown.
Chicago Police Officer Among 4 Dead After Hospital Shooting"It's with profound sadness that we share the death of PO Samuel Jimenez from tonight's senseless active shooter incident," Chicago Police spokesperson Anthony Guglielmi said.
All Clear Given At Army Reserve Base After Shooter ReportedAuthorities say someone accidentally firing a gun appears to be what led to the evacuation of an Army Reserve center in Texas.
5 Killed In Shooting At Newspaper In Annapolis IdentifiedCBS News confirms 38-year-old Jarrod W. Ramos of Laurel, Maryland, is being questioned as the suspect in the Capital Gazette shooting.
Developer Defends School-Shooting Video Game As Victims ComplainThe developer of a school-shooting video game is defending the product and vowing to continue selling it online.
School Shooting Game Removed From Marketplace Following OutrageA game simulating a school shooting was removed from Valve's wildly popular gaming marketplace, Steam, following immediate backlash.
Outrage, Disbelief Over Active Shooter Video GameThe game simulates a school shooting.
Parkland Parents Decry Video Game That Simulates School ShootingsAn upcoming computer game is set to allow players to re-create school shootings by stalking school hallways and racking up kills. It is being condemned as insensitive and inappropriate.
Dallas ISD Campaign Encourages Students To Report Suspicious BehaviorDallas ISD partnered with Herrera, along with representatives from the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI to emphasize a “See Say Do Something” campaign for students.