The FBI has held a press conference on the Navy Yard Massacre and gunman Aaron Alexis, revealing new details. Read all the facts right here.
The FBI has released this shocking footage of shooter Aaron Alexis wielding a gun at the Washington Navy Yard during the rampage that killed 12 victims.
The same company that allowed whistleblower Edward Snowden to gain security clearance also did background check on Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis.
Longtime veterans and civilian employees are among the 12 victims killed by Aaron Alexis at the Navy Yard.
Gerald Read, from Alexandria, VA, was 58-years-old when he was killed on Monday at the Washington Navy Yard shooting. He was a Navy man and a Civil War buff.
Proctor, who loved the Redskins, his yellow Mustang, and his family — had a son who just enlisted in the Army.
Here is a list of the top 10 reasons why conspiracists might be onto something with the latest mass shooting.
Jon Stewart was in flying form as he took aim at more of CNN’s incompetent reporting.
Bodrog was a father of three, taught Sunday school and was lifetime Boston Bruins fan.
Mike Ridgell was a former Maryland State Trooper, a loving dad and passionate Ravens fan.
Just six weeks before his rampage at the Navy Yard, Aaron Alexis called cops in Rhode Island in a state of extreme delusional paranoia.
The FBI revealed today in a press conference that Aaron Alexis, the Navy Yard shooter, did not use an AR-15 in the attack. All 13 victims have been identified.
Aaron Alexis, the deceased shooter behind the Washington Navy Yard shooting massacre, was a Navy vet and practicing Buddhist who was twice arrested in previous gun incidents.