President Joe Biden visited Buffalo, New York today. The president called the supermarket shooting that left 10 people dead a racist rampage and an act of domestic terrorism. He also met with the victims families and visited the site where this all happened. This comes as we learn more about what officials are calling a detailed, premeditated plan of attack.
President Joe Biden is in western New York today, meeting with the families of victims who died in Saturday’s supermarket attack that police say was driven by racist hate. The White House also says the president is calling on Congress to take action and keep weapons of war off the streets. This comes as we learn more about the suspect’s plans ahead of the mass shooting.
Federal and local law enforcement continue to search for evidence in that deadly rail yard rampage in San Jose, California. The death toll climbed overnight, after a victim died from his injuries.
President Biden arguing for more gun safety measures as the nation mourns multiple mass shootings this week
Gun violence in America continues to escalate with two more mass shootings making national headlines just as the president took the stage arguing for more safety measures.
By Emily Shapiro
There are “several victims” from a Thursday afternoon shooting at an office in Bryan, Texas, just outside of College Station, officials said.
More information is coming out of the Upstate about the prominent ER doctor and three others in his family found dead in their Rock Hill home Wednesday night. Another man was also killed outside their home, and a sixth man was critically injured. Thursday afternoon, officials confirmed that the suspect died by suicide.
The investigation continues into the deadly mass shooting in Colorado. We’re now learning more about the ten people killed.
(ABC News)- With six in 10 worried about a mass shooting in their community, Americans by a 17-point margin express confidence that stricter gun control laws would reduce such incidents, and even more endorse improved mental health monitoring and treatment to that end. Two measures, specifically, remain overwhelmingly popular: Eighty-nine percent in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll support background checks for all gun…
At least 49 people were killed in a shooting attack in New Zealand on Friday when a gunman opened fire inside two mosques.
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Flags are flying at Half Staff at the South Carolina State House in honor of the victims of the California mass shooting. According to a release, The President has ordered that flags be flown at half-staff on all government buildings until sunset on Saturday, November 10, 2018, in honor of the victims of the Thousand Oaks shooting….