Newtown School Massacre
Gun sales have increased in the wake of the Connecticut shootings that gave rise to talk about new guns restrictions. And Friday morning, business was brisk at local gun shops in Virginia.
At 9:30 a.m. Friday, places of worship will ring bells for the lives lost in Newtown, Conn.
One of the young victims of the mass shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., was a Maryland native and a fan of Ravens purple.
The NRA is holding a press conference at 11 a.m. at the Willard Hotel across from the White House. Watch it live below, courtesy of NBC News.
House of Delegates Speaker Bill Howell of Stafford County and other GOP leaders said they will propose funding to put more safety officers in Virginia elementary schools in response to the mass shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut.
At the very start of their lives, the schoolchildren are remembered for their love of horses, or for the games they couldn't get enough of, or for always saying grace at dinner. The adult victims found their life's work in sheltering little ones, teaching them, caring for them, treating them as their own. The gunfire Dec. 14 at Sandy Hook Elementary School left a toll both unbearable and incalculable: 20 students and six adults at the school, the gunman's mother at home, and the gunman himself.
Art Caplan, director of medical ethics, NYU Langone Medical Center
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports.
A group of Maryland lawmakers has announced a series of gun control proposals, including one that would ban the possession or sale of assault weapons.
The family of Noah Pozner was mourning the 6-year-old, killed in the Newtown school massacre, when outrage compounded their sorrow.
Rachel Smolkin, White House Editor for POLITICO
Dr. Drew Pinsky, a practicing physician, relationship expert, and WTOP commentator
Major Garrett, CBS News White House Correspondent
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Cal Thomas and Bob Beckel, commentators
Nancy Cordes, CBS News congressional correspondent
Pick a public elementary school somewhere in the continental United States and draw a half-mile circle around it. The odds are reasonable that you'll encounter some combination of the following:
Connecticut's chief medical examiner says he's seeking genetic clues to help explain why a shooter killed 20 children and six adults in a Newtown elementary school.
When gunfire erupted at an Oregon shopping mall last week, Shaun Wik knew instantly what to do: Run for the door. And so, when Wik heard a man he believed to be the gunman shout "Get down on the ground!", the 20-year-old fled instead. And he lived.
Anna Palmer, Politico reporter