In a move one lawyer called "outrageous."
New documents obtained by the Associated Press offer a glimpse into the mind of gunman Stephen Paddock, 64.
Sessions proposed legally recognizing “bump stocks” as “machine guns” on Friday.
Where were all the cameras? What time was the guard shot, and where did he disappear for five days? And what was the motive?
The devices that speed up semi-automatic guns were all over Stephen Paddock's hotel room. With Congress considering a ban, they're a suddenly hot commodity.
The organization offered the response after backtracking on calls for bump stock regulation.
After the worst mass shooting in modern US history came the hoaxes.
Gun control advocates say it would represent a step in the right direction, but much, much more has to be done.
Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was found with 12 'bump stocks' used to make semi auto guns fire like fully automatic ones. Jeremiah Cottle is the man behind the tool.