The D.C. Navy Yard is on lockdown this morning after reports of an active shooter. An employee inside the building said alarms were sounding and workers were being told to shelter in place.
We're seeing the first footage from inside the Navy Yard building where a gunman killed 12 people last week. The FBI says 34-year-old Aaron Alexis acted alone and believed he was being controlled by radio waves in the months before the attack
Washington D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray gave a speech at today’s memorial service for those killed at the Navy Yard. The mayor made a speech about gun violence and said it’s a reality Americans need to stop accepting.
Watch Judge Jeanine Pirro's opening statement from last night's 'Justice' in the clip above and read the full transcript below. You can catch Justice With Judge Jeanine Saturdays and Sundays at 9p ET on Fox News Channel!
After the first shots were fired at the Washington Navy Yard, news organizations made a series of mistakes, including wrongly identifying the shooter. Did the media botch coverage of the story?
On last night's On the Record, the man wrongly named by CBS and NBC as the shooter responsible for Monday's Navy Yard massacre spoke to Greta Van Susteren about the experience, adding that the networks have yet to apologize for the mistaken report.
What role, if any, do violent video games play in the violence we see in American society?
Is the press at odds with Americans over the Second Amendment? In tonight’s Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly called out the liberal media for using erroneous information about the Navy Yard shooting to advance their anti-gun agenda.
On Monday, while police were engaged in an active manhunt after a gunman killed 12 people at the Washington D.C. Navy Yard, President Obama went ahead with a speech criticizing Republicans.
Bill O’Reilly questioned whether the United States of America is a great country anymore. In reaction the Monday’s Navy Yard mass shooting, the Factor host surmised that the U.S. is “tarnished.”