Despite the seemingly overwhelming evidence that the 2017 mass murder on the Las Vegas Strip may have been motivated by extreme-right-wing ideology, law enforcement officials still say they have no idea what caused Stephen Paddock to commit one of the deadliest mass shootings of all time.
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.
The brother of the man who opened fire on concertgoers at a Las Vegas country music concert has been detained by authorities on charges related to child pornography, according to an anonymous source.
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.
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…
Before we begin, you should know what this is all about. Instead of waxing eloquently about how white men get to become sympathetic figures even after they commit the most heinous acts imaginable, we decided to show you.
The girlfriend of the Las Vegas mass shooter has returned to the United States after traveling abroad for the week and will now be at the center of the investigation into the horrific attack as authorities try to pin down a motive for Stephen Paddock’s deadly rampage.
In the winter of 2013, I decided that I would purchase a gun and kill myself. I was in a very deep state of depression, with many days so debilitating that my mattress felt like a tub of quicksand pulling me deeper into a dark, bottomless free fall. That I could make it out of bed was a miracle.
I used to be deathly afraid of being outed about my mental-health struggles. What if I got a speeding ticket and ended up on the front page of my local paper? Award-winning writer found with unknown crazy-people prescription pills in car while driving with child!
At the time of writing, the death toll from the Las Vegas terrorist attack stands at 58—a number that will undoubtedly rise as the day continues and may continue to rise for the following week(s). These people and several hundred others were allegedly shot by 64-year-old Stephen Paddock as he took position on the 32nd…
A website affiliated with the Islamic State claims that the Las Vegas mass shooter, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, who killed some 58 people and injured hundreds of others did so on behalf of the Islamic State.
Full disclosure: The headline is a lie. My daughter isn’t actually 2 years old yet. She’ll be 2 next month. But I remember, before she was born, making fun of parents who’d tell you their child’s age in months instead of years. And then I became one of those parents. So today, this is me attempting (and likely…