Netflix and Marvel made the right decision a few weeks ago when the companies decided to cancel The Punisher panel at New York Comic Con in the wake of the October 1 shooting in Las Vegas that left 58 people dead and 489 others wounded. Show More Summary
By Tina Bellon NEW YORK (Reuters) - Victims of mass shootings in the United States often win little or no damages from perpetrators but the Las Vegas massacre may be different because the shooter is thought to have been a wealthy man, lawyers said. Show More Summary
The father of a Huntington Beach woman killed during the Las Vegas mass shooting filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the operators of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, concert promoter Live Nation and the manufacturers of a device that allows semiautomatic weapons to mimic a machine gun. Andrea Castilla, a 28-year-old Estancia High graduate who […]
In the ensuing chaos following the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas, Derek Harp’s priority was the welfare of himself, and more importantly, his wife, Lauren – both suffered gunshot wounds. Added to the physical scars – he was shot in the right elbow, right leg and left side of his hip and Lauren […]
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Latest on the investigation of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas (all times local):
Nearly 1,400 people were shot in the US in the week following the Las Vegas mass shooting that killed 58 people and injured nearly 500. Based on the data of the National Gun Archive, the total was 1,397 people who were either injured or died in a shooting incident. Show More Summary
It’s fair to wonder whether the Las Vegas shooting is about to join the ranks of infamous crimes that are solved… but not quite explained. In 2010, the Federal Bureau of Investigation formally closed the investigation of the anthraxShow More Summary
Dozens of victims remain hospitalized, and the need to collect more funds for all the victims is urgent, says a lawyer helping to distribute money.
Since the massacre, enthusiasts have come up with their own theories on the gunman's motive.
MORE ORDINARY PEOPLE SHOULD BE TRAINED: After the Las Vegas Shooting, Concertgoers Became Medics.
State Sen. Michael Williams (R), a candidate for governor in Georgia, is giving away a “bump stock,” the rapid-fire gun modification linked to the Las Vegas shooting, in a campaign contest to highlight his opposition to new regulation on the [...]
Jesus Campos, the security guard injured in the Las Vegas shooting and lauded by authorities as an "absolute hero" for his efforts assisting police officers, has disappeared. He's fallen off the radar of union leaders, backed out ofShow More Summary
Before I begin, let me re-emphasize what I stated in a post the afternoon after the shooting. Do not read this post as implying any sort of conspiracy theory. In fact, even now — more than two weeks after the terrible event — we don’t...Show More Summary
Jesus Campos had been due to break his media silence following the devastating attack on a music festival that left 58 dead. Mr Hickey said he later received a message saying Mr Campos had been taken to urgent care facility UMC Quick Care, according to Fox News. Show More Summary
This article caught my eye the other day: A celebrity chef who owns 26 restaurants explains why he loves when employees shoot down his ideas I've eaten at a José Andrés tapas restaurant in Las Vegas before. So I was really happy to read...Show More Summary
Las Vegas shooting victim Tina Frost, who was in a coma after she was shot in the head, has woken up. The 27-year-old San Diego resident was with her boyfriend at the Harvest country music festival when gunman Stephen Paddock opened fire from the 32nd-floor of a hotel. Show More Summary
Blaming bump stocks for gun crime is like "blaming McDonald’s for heart disease,” says Michael Williams.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Authorities in the Chinese territory of Macau have ramped up security measures following the deadly Las Vegas shooting this month and unveiled plans for a series of mock attacks and crisis training to safeguard the world's largest gambling hub.
In the wake of the Las Vegas mass shooting, Garen Wintemute, MD, MPH, from the Violence Prevention Program at UC Davis, says that if Congress and the White House won't do anything to stop gun violence, then doctors must take action. In a pointed editorial published in Annals of Internal Medicine, Dr. Show More Summary
Four off-duty Orange County sheriff’s deputies who were at the Las Vegas country music festival when a mass shooting erupted have filed workers compensation claims against the county for physical and psychological injuries they say they suffered during the event.