Tens Of Thousands Attend Orlando Vigil For Shooting VictimsTens of thousands of people in central Florida held up candles around a lake in the heart of downtown Orlando as the names were recited of each of the victims who died from the Pulse massacre just a week ago.
Attorney General Says Mateen Investigation Moving ForwardU.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Sunday that the FBI will release a partial transcript of the conversations between the gunman within the Pulse gay nightclub and Orlando police negotiators.
Dallas Pride Festival Gains More Security, More AttendeesThe celebration of Dallas Southern Pride Juneteenth festival carried two side effects of the Orlando mass murder. More security and more people.
Dem Senator Frustrated By Inaction On Guns Wages Filibuster A Democratic senator waged a filibuster into the night Wednesday, an attempt to force a vote on gun control legislation three days after 49 people were killed at a Florida nightclub
Public Invited To SMU To Pray For Orlando Shooting VictimsMany North Texas residents will join students, faculty and staff at Southern Methodist University to spend their lunchtime praying for and remembering victims of the nightclub mass shooting in Orlando.
President Obama Meets With National Security Team On Islamic StatePresident Barack Obama is meeting with his National Security Council for an update on the U.S.-led campaign against the Islamic State group.
Hundreds Attend Dallas Vigil For Orlando Shooting VictimsHundreds gathered at an LGBT resource center in Oak Lawn to remember the Orlando shooting victims.
Area Muslims Denounce Orlando Violence, Pray For VictimsLocal Muslims gathered Sunday night to pray for the Orlando victims and their families.
Orlando Shooting Spurs Grief And Fear For LGBT AmericansThe gay, lesbian and transgender community has seen violence before, from Harvey Milk to Matthew Shepard, and an ever-lengthening list of transgender women. But never anything like this.
Friends, Family Remember Victims Of Orlando ShootingFriends and family members remember the victims of the Orlando shooting at Pulse nightclub.
Trump, Clinton React To Orlando Terror AttackPresidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton made statements Sunday about the Orlando gay nightclub shooting.