Highland Park shooting
Illinois GOP gubernatorial nominee Darren Bailey held multiple events with the gun store where the alleged Highland Park shooter acquired his weapon.
The Buffalo and Highland Park gunmen managed to avoid their states’ red flag laws because no one reported them.
"Do I regret that? No," says the suspect's dad of sponsoring his son's application to purchase firearms.
The Highland Park suspect existed in some of the darkest corners of the internet, including a secretive gore site VICE News got access to. But experts say to exercise caution before attaching any ideology to him.
Police also returned a collection of knives to the family home after the alleged shooter's father said they belonged to him.
Police said they believe the shooter planned the attack for weeks, and wore women's clothes during the attack to hide his identity and blend into the fleeing crowd.
Six people were killed and more than two dozen were hospitalized after shots were fired into a Fourth of July parade.
Six people were killed when a gunman on a rooftop fired at those below gathered to watch a Fourth of July parade.
Illinois state senator Darren Bailey has since apologized “if in any way we diminished the pain being felt across our state today.”
Police say the gunman was a young white man and he was shooting at the parade from a rooftop position.