Parents whose children were killed in a Colorado theater shooting are demanding a conservative group stop running ads featuring an image of Sen. Mark Udall visiting a hospital where other victims were recovering.
President Barack Obama on Monday turned to law enforcement leaders in three communities with mass shootings for help in getting Congress to pass tough new gun legislation.
For President Barack Obama, it was another sorrowful visit to another grieving community full of broken hearts from unimaginable violence.
The question surfaces each time a mass murder unfolds: Will this one change the political calculus in Washington against tougher gun control?
A bail review has been postponed for a man facing disorderly conduct and other charges for acting like he had a gun in an Annapolis movie theater.
A week after the Colorado movie theater massacre, a Maryland man was taken into custody when police said he made a “joker” reference and threatened to shoot up a business he was being fired from.
As the suspected gunman in the Colorado theater massacre heads to his first court appearance Monday, authorities have disclosed that he is refusing to cooperate and that it could take months to learn what prompted the horrific attack on midnight moviegoers at a Batman film premiere.
Pope Benedict XVI says he’s “deeply shocked” by the “senseless violence” in the Colorado movie theater shootings and is offering his prayers so the survivors and relatives of the victims can find strength.
Once again donning the mantle of consoler-in-chief, President Barack Obama will travel Sunday to Colorado to comfort distraught families of those gunned down in a minute and a half of real-life horror at a midnight movie showing.
The deadly shootings at a movie theater in Colorado have briefly silenced the presidential campaign, prompting both President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney to cut short their schedules and pull advertising in the state out of respect for the victims and their families.