Are you doing everything you can to keep yourself and your family safe? In her opening commentary, Judge Jeanine Pirro highlighted the fact that the Canadian Parliament attacker was stopped by a heroic Sergeant-at-Arms with a gun.
Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen caused a bit of an uproar Wednesday with a tweet about gun control during the unfolding terror in Ottawa. As news was breaking in Canada, Teigen attempted to point out how many mass shootings have taken place in the U.S.
We're learning more this morning about the gunman who murdered a Canadian soldier in Ottawa Wednesday morning. David Lee Miller reports that the family of Michael Zehaf-Bibeau has no explanation for the 32-year-old's actions. They called him "lost" and said he never "fit in."
The man who heroically stopped a gunman inside Canada's Parliament building received a rousing ovation from lawmakers, who were back in session this morning in Ottawa.
How can a lone wolf terrorist be stopped? Judge Andrew Napolitano pointed out this morning that there's a big difference between gun rights in the United States and Canada.
ISIS fighters reportedly took to Twitter to comment on today’s tragedy in Canada.
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) was on “The Kelly File” tonight in the wake of the Canadian Parliament attack.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper tonight spoke out about today’s attack, referring to the shooter as “the terrorist” and saying that today’s tragedy is “a grim reminder” that Canada is not immune to terror attacks.
Authorities have identified the shooter at the Canadian Parliament building as 32-year-old Michael Zehaf-Bibeau.
President Barack Obama this afternoon addressed the attack on the Canadian Parliament.
According to witnesses and reports, the House of Commons' Sergeant-at-Arms shot a gunman who had infiltrated Canadian parliament building. The shooting occurred just after a soldier was shot and killed while standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
Former CIA analyst Fred Fleitz believes ISIS or al Qaeda is to blame for today's attack near Canada's Parliament in Ottawa.