Mustafa Abasin, Omar Mateen’s brother-in-law, would not say if he knew Mateen was planning to attack Pulse, despite signing over a deed to his house for $100.
A police officer wrote a recommendation for Omar Mateen, the Orlando nightclub shooter, when Mateen applied to be a Correctional Officer.
Senator Chris Murphy, whose state was the site of the Sandy Hook school shooting, started a filibuster on the Senate floor over gun control after Orlando.
Tiara Parker and her friend, Patience Carter, survived the mass shooting at the Orlando gay nightclub Pulse. She came face to face with gunman Omar Mateen.
Omar Mateen, the gunman in the Orlando mass shooting, reportedly visited Walt Disney World twice and considered it a place to attack.
Patience Carter, 20, told her tale of survival after the Orlando mass shooting at the nightclub Pulse. Her friend, Akyra Murray, was killed.
Luis Daniel Wilson-Leon was one of the victims of the Orlando Pulse nightclub mass shooting. His longtime boyfriend, Jean Carlos Mendez Perez, was also killed.
Ed Henson, who sold Omar Mateen’s guns, is a retired NYPD officer who said derogatory things about Islam and that Obama should be executed.
Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert and the other late night talkshow hosts took time during their shows to remember the victims of the Orlando mass shooting.
Shane Even Tomlinson, the lead singer of the popular cover band Frequency Band, was among the 49 victims of the Orlando mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub.
Javier Jorge-Reyes, who also went by the name Harvey George Kings, was among the 49 victims of the Pulse nightclub mass shooting in Orlando.
Miguel Angel Honorato was one of the victims of the Orlando mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub. He was a husband and father of three who lived in Apopka.
Donald Trump said on CNN this morning that if anyone had guns in the Pulse nightclub at the time of the shooting, there would not have been as many victims.
The Orlando Sentinel front page tells the community that it must heal after the worst mass shooting in U.S. history happened at the gay nightclub Pulse.
In his 15th speech after a mass shooting, President Barack Obama called the Orlando mass shooting an ‘act of terror and an act of hate.’