Update: A man accused of fatally shooting his case worker and firing at his doctor, who returned fire, has been charged with murder.
The exclusive first interview with Peter Rodger, the father of Elliot Rodger, will air during a special edition of 20/20, ABC tells BuzzFeed.
The man suspected of killing one person and injuring three others at Seattle Pacific University Thursday confessed to police he hoped to kill others, and himself.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police say Justin Bourque is in custody after three police officers were killed and two others wounded in New Brunswick.
The million-dollar process to demolish Sandy Hook Elementary School following the massacre is complete, Newtown, Conn., officials said Thursday. The building of the new school will start in the summer or fall of 2014.
Two of the victims suffered non-life threatening injuries while the third is in critical condition.
Two were killed and 22 wounded after a shooter opened fire at a house party where about 100 teenagers and young adults celebrated Mariah Boulden’s 18th birthday.
She also said she was heartbroken and sorry for the victims’ families.
Updated: Law enforcement officials said Aaron Alexis, a former Navy reservist, allegedly killed 12 people Monday. He had been arrested previously on gun-related incidents. Friends told reporters that Alexis was a practicing Buddhist who spoke Thai.
Developing: The alleged gunman, identified as 34-year-old Aaron Alexis, is dead. Eight others were wounded in the shooting, a Navy official said.
MIT’s newspaper The Tech says an officer is down and for those who are nearby to stay inside. Last update: Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office says that the MIT officer has died. MIT Police have determined that the suspect in this shooting is no longer on campus.
From his hearing in court today. He will be formally charged next Monday.
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Interesting infographic breaking down the nationalities of villains in military-themed video games. China is quickly becoming the global boogeyman of choice. And apparently developers don’t find New Zealand very threatening.
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