911 Transcript: Orlando Gunman Said He Was Islamic SoldierOrlando gunman Omar Mateen spoke in Arabic to a 911 dispatcher and identified himself an Islamic soldier.
Local Church Calls For Love And Tolerance In Wake Of Orlando ShootingA Pittsburgh church is calling for love and tolerance one week after the Orlando mass shooting.
National Rifle Association: More Gun Control Not The AnswerThe National Rifle Association is reaffirming its position that more gun control won't stop extremists or criminals from carrying out attacks.
Funerals, Fear And Uncertainty Loom As Orlando GrievesPeople marched down Orlando streets with rainbow flags and others lined up to wait hours for a "One Pulse" tattoo on Saturday as supporters tried to boost the somber city's spirits while more victims of last weekend's nightclub shooting were buried.
All Victims Removed From Club In Worst Mass Shooting In U.S.Dozens of bodies were slowly removed late Sunday from a popular Orlando gay club after a gunman sprayed the helpless crowd with bullets in violence that left 50 dead and devastated a city famous for family-friendly theme parks.
Pittsburgh Muslims Condemn Orlando Massacre, Organization SaysThe Council on American-Islamic Relations Pittsburgh Chapter sent a statement out Sunday, condemning the mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub that left 50 people dead and dozens injured.
Gov. Wolf Orders Flags At Half-Staff to Honor Orlando Shooting VictimsGovernor Tom Wolf has ordered all United States and Pennsylvania flags at the Capitol Complex, Commonwealth facilities, and all public buildings and grounds in Pennsylvania lowered to half-staff.
Tony Awards Dedicated To Orlando Shooting VictimsSunday evening's Tony Awards have been dedicated to those affected by the Orlando nightclub shooting that killed at least 50 people.
Texas Lieutenant Governor Deletes Bible Tweet After ShootingTexas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has deleted a tweet quoting the New Testament that he posted after the deadly Orlando nightclub shooting.
Pennsylvania Officials Show Support For OrlandoPennsylvania officials released statements Sunday expressing their sympathies and support for Orlando in the wake of a mass shooting that left 50 people dead.
Obama Decries Orlando Shooting As An 'Act Of Terror'President Barack Obama decried the deadliest mass shooting in American history on Sunday as an "act of terror" and an "act of hate" targeting a place of "solidarity and empowerment" for gays and lesbians.