It's been four months since the Las Vegas massacre, and there are still many unanswered questions about the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, which left 59 people dead and hundreds wounded.
Tucker Carlson was joined tonight by Craig Eiland, an attorney representing several of the victims of the Las Vegas massacre, to examine unanswered questions surrounding the horrific mass shooting that left 58 people dead and 546 injured.
We're still waiting for answers to basic questions about the Las Vegas massacre, Tucker Carlson pointed out on his show.
Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock fired "incendiary" bullets at a 43,000-barrel jet fuel tank near McCarran International Airport, according to a new report.
A note found in the hotel room of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock contained detailed calculations for firing down on a country music festival.
On "Fox & Friends," Mark Steyn said there was nothing accidental or coincidental about the Las Vegas massacre.
Judge Jeanine Pirro believes that gunman Stephen Paddock must have had help in committing the Las Vegas massacre.
One of the survivors of the Las Vegas massacre was defense attorney Brian Claypool, who has regularly appeared on Fox News over the years as a legal analyst.
A newly-released video shows the terrifying scene as a gunman opened fire on a country music concert in Las Vegas.
Authorities in Las Vegas are looking for a "mystery woman" who was seen with gunman Stephen Paddock in the days before Sunday night's attack.
Authorities believe it's unlikely that the Las Vegas gunman targeted jet fuel tanks located at an airport next to the scene of the massacre.
Stephen Paddock reportedly booked hotel rooms overlooking other major concerts in the weeks before he killed at least 58 people and injured nearly 500 who were attending a country music festival in Las Vegas.