While on his rampage, Orlando, Fla., nightclub shooter Omar Mateen told 911 dispatchers that he was an "Islamic soldier" and threatened further violence by warning (falsely) that there were bombs in a car outside the club, USA Today reports.
An estimated 50,000 people jammed themselves into Lake Eola Park in Orlando, Fla., chanting, "One Orlando united" and "We remember" as they attended a candlelight vigil one week after the horrific mass shooting that took the lives of 49 individuals and injured 53 more at the gay nightclub Pulse, the Orlando Sentinel…
As he killed dozens of innocent victims, Orlando, Fla., nightclub shooter Omar Mateen began texting his wife, asking if she had seen the news, CNN reports.
A Kenyan court ruled Thursday that using anal examinations to determine someone's sexual orientation is legal, despite protests against the "degrading treatment," USA Today reports.
President Barack Obama will be spending most of Thursday afternoon in Orlando, Fla., meeting with the families of the victims of the horrific mass shooting that occurred over the weekend at a gay nightclub.
The woman who was married to the Orlando, Fla., shooter has revealed to federal investigators that she tried to talk her husband out of the attack, NBC News reports.
One of the shooting victims captured the horrific moment that gunfire rang through the loud music at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., signaling the beginning of the mass shooting that left 49 dead, the New York Post reports.
As the nation reels in the aftermath of the worst mass shooting in American history, more and more details about the horrific shooting that occurred at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., are starting to surface.