Navy Yard Shooting
The Nats are auctioning off the jerseys to benefit the families affected by the Navy Yard shooting.
One of those hit by bullets during the Navy Yard shooting lost his life, but helped save another.
An expert on national security clearances says lying on a clearance application should have disqualified the man who would go on to become the Navy Yard shooter.
FBI: Navy Yard gunman left note saying bombardment with radio waves drove him to kill
Hundreds celebrate the lives of 2 fathers killed in Washington Navy Yard massacre
The FBI released a timeline of Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis' activity the morning of Monday, Sept. 16, 2013, the day of the mass shootings.
Five of the 12 victims at the Navy Yard shooting last week were from Virginia and one of the guns used to kill them was legally purchased in the state, two days before.
Hundreds celebrate the life of father killed in Washington Navy Yard massacre
WTOP's Kristi King reports.
Report says shooter lied about arrest, debts during vetting for his secret security clearance
Navy Yard shooting victim John Johnson, Kathleen Gaarde remembered
DC police chief: Officer shot twice in chest during Navy Yard rampage but was saved by vest
Va. man who 2 networks briefly misidentified as Washington Navy Yard shooter knew 1 victim
Family of slain Navy Yard guard Ridgell establishes fund to aid his 3 children; 2 in school
McDonnell says Navy Yard bloodshed compels mental health review, not new gun control measures
Woman injured in Navy Yard shooting leaves hospital, 1 person remains hospitalized
Navy releases timeline of key events in Washington Navy Yard shooter's service in Navy Reserve
Navy officials look to close gaps in security clearance process in wake of Navy Yard shooting
One week after the Navy Yard shooting, the second to last person was released from the hospital. One police officer remains.
ATF kept out of loop as FBI traced shotgun after Navy Yard shooting