An Arizona man who sold hundreds of rounds of ammunition to the gunman who killed 58 people in Las Vegas last year was charged Friday with manufacturing armor-piercing bullets in violation of federal law.
You may have been wondering, as my colleague, The Root staff writer Monique Judge, recently did, why “Las Vegas shooter” is trending again. It’s because authorities have found a mass of child pornography on his computer, according to authorities.
On Thursday, Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) appeared on whatever show it is that Tucker Carlson hosts for Fox News and proceeded to make several bold claims that the Islamic State group was the real perpetrator behind the Las Vegas massacre in October that left 58 people dead.
More tragedy has hit the family of one of the Las Vegas shooting victims. The mother of a victim killed in the mass shooting had a heart attack and died the same weekend that she buried her son.
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.
Stop lying; you did it, too.
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…
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.