Violence, Bloodshed Fills Headlines Leaving Public Anxious, ExhaustedOrlando. Istanbul. Dallas. Nice. And now, again, Baton Rouge... the images of violence and bloodshed have begun to exact a collective toll of exhaustion and anxiety.
Orlando Doctors Say Massacre Victims Arrived By ‘Truckloads’The trauma bay quickly overflowed, forcing doctors performing triage to move critically injured people elsewhere and focus on those whose lives were most in danger.
Sacramento Baptist Preacher's Sermon Praises Orlando AttacksA Sacramento Baptist preacher’s sermon praising attack on an Orlando nightclub that killed 50 people has the local LGBT community outraged.
Patron: Orlando Gunman Had Frequented Gay BarA regular at the club that became the scene of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history say they saw the gunman there drinking on several occasions before the massacre.
Apple Rolls Out Software Improvements; CEO Mourns Orlando VictimsApple kicked off its annual software developers conference with new software features for its smartwatch, following a moment of reflection for the Sunday mass shooting in Orlando, Florida.
After Thwarted Attack In L.A., Orlando Massacre, Security Is Top Concern At SF PrideAmid targeted attacks on LGBT communities, security is the number one priority as San Francisco plans its annual Pride weekend celebrations.
California Lawmakers Seek Stricter Gun Laws In Wake Of Orlando MassacreLawmakers are pointing to Sunday’s massacre at a LGBT nightclub in Orlando as the reason to close a number of what they call "loopholes" in California's gun laws.
Obama: No Signs Orlando Shooter Was Part Of Larger PlotThe gunman in the attack that killed 49 people at an Orlando nightclub was inspired by extremist information over the internet, President Barack Obama said Monday, calling it an apparent example of "homegrown extremism" that U.S. officials have been worrying about for years.
LGBT Rainbow Illuminates Landmarks Around The World To Honor Victims In OrlandoThe LGBT rainbow glowed on landmarks around the world to honor the victims of this weekend's deadly Orlando massacre.
Last Of The 49 Bodies Removed From Orlando NightclubThe last of the bodies were removed from an Orlando gay nightclub overnight as investigators dug into the background of the gunman, who called 911 to profess allegiance to the Islamic State during the attack that left 49 victims dead.
Bay Area Officials Condemn Orlando Nightclub Massacre As Vigils Honor VictimsPolice, politicians and leaders of a variety of groups responded Sunday to the massacre early Sunday morning of 50 people at an Orlando gay nightclub as thousands of people gathered in San Francisco to hold a vigil for the victims.
Massacre At Orlando Gay Nightclub Deadliest Mass Shooting In U.S. HistoryA gunman wielding an assault-type rifle and a handgun opened fire inside a crowded gay nightclub early Sunday, killing at least 50 people before dying in a gunfight, in the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.

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