The tragically short life of war photojournalist Chris Hondros — and the changing role that dangerous profession plays in our understanding of world conflicts — is explored in a new documentary film.
Pastors and parishioners are increasingly training themselves to use firearms in the aftermath of church shootings around the country.
In one of the 'forgotten towns' Trump talked about in his campaign — and that strongly supported him — people still feel forgotten. And a girls' basketball game provoked more excitement than the State of the Union.
Twenty years on, Jonesboro, Ark., is still traumatized by an attack carried out by two middle-school boys — and how survivors deal with the knowledge that the killers are now grown men and free from prison.
Frank Pomeroy, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, talked to the New York Times about dealing with his grief from the attack.
Nearly a week after the killings, authorities still have not given an official explanation of Kelley’s motive, beyond saying that he was engaged in a “domestic dispute” with his mother-in-law, Michelle Shields, who regularly attended the church but was not there that morning.
Police, grief counselors and journalists all descended on Sutherland Springs in the wake of the church massacre, trying to help and looking for answers.
From her café across the road, Terrie Smith heard the gunfire at the First Baptist Church and saw the black-clad gunman. A wounded survivor fled the church and took shelter with her and others. “We’re a good community,” she says.
October’s mass shooting in Las Vegas raised questions because Stephen Paddock appeared to have no motivation. It now appears that recent financial losses may have played a part, but much remains a mystery.
The world knew right away what was behind the terror attack in New York City, but a month after the Las Vegas massacre, the gunman's motives — and crucial details of what happened that night — remain a mystery.
In the nearly two weeks since Stephen Paddock rained gunfire on concertgoers in Las Vegas, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has become the face of the ongoing investigation.
A revised timeline shows Stephen Paddock shot a security guard outside his Mandalay Bay suite six minutes before he opened fire out the window on concertgoers.
The name sounded familiar, but when a worker at the Tropicana Casino and Resort saw the first public photo of Stephen Paddock, she recognized the man who police say shot and killed at least 58 people and injured more than 489 at a concert here Sunday night.
A man points to broken out windows at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino Monday where police say accused shooter Stephen Paddock took deadly aim at concertgoers. LAS VEGAS — Some said it sounded like fireworks — a rapid pop-pop, pop-pop-pop that suddenly interrupted country star Jason Aldean during
After Hurricane Irma, many Florida residents struggled to find gas for their cars, searching station after station along the Gulf Coast.
Hotel guests near Miami International Airport thought the city would be spared the brunt of Hurricane Irma’s fury, but Mother Nature is never completely predictable.
The “Boston Free Speech Rally,” is scheduled for Saturday, just one week after a protest at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., turned deadly.
A few months ago, Dylan Handley and another paramedic were responding to a medical alert here in rural Mason County when he noticed one of the back tires of their ambulance had gone flat. After expressing deep gratitude, Handley and his colleague were soon back on their way, but within minutes, a 911
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., announced Tuesday she was against the current version of the Senate GOP health care bill. In an exchange that was filmed by someone else in the room and later posted on Facebook , where it has been viewed more than 5 million times, Hill showed the senator photos
Spencer Leak Sr. has never known life without death. From the moment he was old enough to remember, he was ambling around the funeral home his father founded here on Chicago’s South Side in 1933, when few places in the city were willing to bury blacks. In the third grade, long after he’d started working
Republican Greg Gianforte claimed a narrow victory in Montana’s special election for the state’s at-large congressional seat, defeating Democrat Rob Quist one day after being charged with misdemeanor assault.
Many in Montana still think Gianforte could have pulled off a party sweep had he cozied up to Trump a little more. And Gianforte now evidently agrees.
The glaciers in Glacier National Park are majestic, but they’re shrinking. Scientists, residents, and visitors all feel a sense of loss.
There were moments when Joe Del Bosque wondered if his farm could survive. For six long years, Del Bosque, the son of migrant farmworkers who has worked the land his entire life, watched as his 2,000-acre farm here in California’s Central Valley slowly dried up, the victim of a near-biblical drought