Some of the heartbreaking 911 calls from the June terror attack at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla.
Some people (and some marine mammals apparently) just don't like to be photographed...
In the wake of the Orlando terror attack, President Obama said the massacre is a terrible reminder of how easy it is for shooters to access guns in the United States.
The father of Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen is an Afghan immigrant who hosted an anti-American YouTube talk show.
Donald Trump doubled down on his comments that President Obama should resign for his failure to call the Orlando nightclub shooting an act of radical Islamic terror.
There's been an outpouring from people wanting to donate blood following the mass shooting in Orlando, with hundreds of people lining up down the block outside the local bloodbank.
Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton criticized the Obama Administration for treating terrorist attacks "solely as a law enforcement matter, and not as a struggle with an ideology that despises our entire way of life."
The gunman who killed 50 people in an Orlando nightclub legally purchased two guns, a handgun and an "AR-15-type" long gun, in the last week, according to ATF Assistant Special Agent in charge Trevor Velinor.
The gunman who opened fire at an Orlando nightclub, killing at least 50 and injuring dozens, reportedly called 911 moments before to pledge allegiance to the leader of ISIS.
As the connection between the Orlando nightclub mass shooting and radical Islam becomes clearer, Dr. Sebastian Gorka says it's time for all Americans - particularly President Obama - to recognize the threat posed by jihadists.
Dr. Zuhdi Jasser said that if the Orlando mass shooting is indeed linked to radical Islam, then it should be a wakeup call for moderate Muslims.
Following the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, which left at least 50 people dead and dozens wounded at an Orlando nightclub, Donald Trump reacted to the horrific incident on Twitter.