Grief unites US school shooting victims
Dec 16, 2012
US classroom carnage
Dec 15, 2012
Reuters | Tuesday February 19, 2013
The man who shot dead 20 children and six adults at a Connecticut elementary school wanted to kill more people than the 77 slain by a Norwegian man in a 2011 rampage, CBS News reported on Monday, citing unnamed law enforcement sources.
Associated Press | Wednesday January 16, 2013
Three days after six teachers and 20 students were killed by a rampaging gunman at their elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, an 8-year-old from Maryland pulled out a sheet of paper and asked President Barack Obama for "some changes in the laws...
Reuters | Monday January 14, 2013
Parents of children who attended Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut expressed mixed feelings on Sunday about what should be done with the facility and its grounds following a December shooting rampage that killed 20 students and six staff me...
Associated Press | Wednesday January 2, 2013
Since escaping a gunman's rampage at their elementary school, the 8-year-old Connors triplets have suffered nightmares, jumped at noises and clung to their parents a little more than usual.
Reuters | Thursday December 27, 2012
Police traded gift cards for guns in Los Angeles on Wednesday, in a buyback program Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced as a crime-fighting response to the deadly shooting rampage in Newtown, Connecticut.
Reuters | Monday December 24, 2012
A survivor of the elementary school massacre in Connecticut that killed 26 people said on Sunday the principal and two staff members had saved her and others' lives by warning that a gunman was in the building.
Agence France-Presse | Thursday December 20, 2012
The deadly US shooting rampage last week has revived debate about access to mental healthcare -- a tough issue as state funds dry up and laws make it difficult to treat people against their will.
Reuters | Wednesday December 19, 2012
Most students returned to school in the devastated Connecticut community of Newtown on Tuesday for the first time since a gunman's rampage killed 26 people in an elementary school, reviving the gun control debate in Washington.
Associated Press | Saturday December 15, 2012
Shock and sympathy were the initial reactions from around the world to a shooting rampage in Connecticut that left 28 people dead, including 20 children at an elementary school. Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard described the attack as a "sense...
Agence France-Presse | Saturday December 15, 2012
US President Barack Obama has been informed of a shooting rampage which reportedly killed 27 people at a Connecticut elementary school and is monitoring the situation, the White House said on Friday.