Investigators have ruled as arson a fire that started early Monday at the Florida mosque where Orlando, Fla., shooter Omar Mateen worshipped, the Sun Sentinel reports.
At least four Ivorian men were forced to flee their homes after the U.S. Embassy in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, posted a photo of them signing a condolence book for victims of the mass shooting that killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., the Associated Press reports.
Orlando, Fla., mass shooter Omar Mateen was "100 percent" gay and had a grudge against Latino men because he felt used by them, a man claiming to have been his lover for two months told Univision.
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…
Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced Sunday that limited transcripts from three phone calls authorities had with Orlando, Fla., mass shooter Omar Mateen will be released Monday, CNN reports.
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.
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.
Mere hours after the Orlando, Fla., club shooter took the lives of 49 people, a Sacramento, Calif., pastor turned to his pulpit, delivering a hateful, violent speech saying that he was upset the shooter “didn’t finish the job,” the New York Daily News reports.
The man who killed 49 people at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on Sunday night had been to the gay nightclub several times before and was reportedly seen by at least four regular customers, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Eddie Jamoldroy Justice, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., began texting his mother just after 2 a.m. Sunday after gunfire erupted, the New York Post reports.