The feds backtracked on their decision to exclude any mention of the Islamic State from transcripts of the gunman's calls to 911 during his rampage.
Gun groups have reported an increase in LGBT firearms customers after the mass shooting at the Pulse gay club. We talked to the women leading the gay community's pro-gun movement to find out more.
Before and during his attack on a gay nightclub, gunman Omar Mateen published several Facebook posts raging against the "filthy ways of the West."
Much has been made of the killer's apparent interest in ISIS, but less time has been spent looking at the ways Mateen fit other patterns of violence.
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In the wake of the Orlando nightclub massacre, we spoke to Florida gun enthusiasts and arms merchants about what makes the assault rifle so popular.
Or was Omar Mateen just a very scary, successful murderer? Or both?
As reports emerge that Noor Salman allegedly knew of her husband Omar Mateen's plans for the attack, officials say a federal grand jury has been convened and could press charges against her as early as Wednesday.
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"I really don't know what to feel," said one attendee. "My body is numb. There are some things I have not been able to digest yet."
Omar Mateen was also allegedly active on gay dating apps and may have frequented Pulse, the nightclub where he staged his massacre.