Five people, including a 14-year-old boy, were shot in four separate shootings in Indianapolis last night.
This is the fourth shooting in the Seattle area where people have been protesting for more than three weeks.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan announced plans that could lead to the dismantling of the city's Capitol Hill Occupied Protest, or CHOP, on Monday.
Chicago had at least 106 people shot, 13 of them fatally, over Father's Day weekend.
In the days after his death, a video has emerged online of Floyd pleading with a "lost" younger generation to end gun violence.
Kelvin Watson, 27, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder after the shooting at the Waffle House restaurant.
Investigators say 28-year-old Leemarkese Deangelo Melson allegedly left a loaded handgun within reach of children at an address in LaGrange, Georgia.
The two injured males were the shooters, the sheriff's office said. None of those injured are in a life-threatening condition.
The woman was talking while she was transported to hospital after the shooting in Indianapolis, but later died of her injuries.
RCMP Chief Superintendent Chris Leather said the suspect, Gabriel Wortman, has died.
The coronavirus pandemic has not slowed shootings in the greater Chicago area, with 498 shooting victims recorded in the city through March 31—and an additional 20 people shot in the first weekend of April alone.
A heated argument ensued when a Pennsylvania man was told to "cover while he coughed because of the virus that is going around," eventually resulting in shots being fired at an occupied vehicle.
Mass shootings in Germany have left at least eight people dead, after at least one shooter opened fire at two hookah bars in the town of Hanau.
Fred Guttenberg, who lost his 14-year-old daughter in the Parkland shooting, said Bennett's comment "pushes for the possibility of gun violence."
In 1999, students, parents and educators were consumed with divergent explanations for the depravity of the shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado.
Tony Montalto, the president of Stand With Parkland, a group founded by some of the families of the victims, met with the president to celebrate the launch of a school safety initiative.
Fred Guttenberg, who lost his daughter in the Parkland school shooting, said he was overcome with emotion when shouting out at President Donald Trump's address.
"Candidly, I had waited and hoped for Bloomberg, then thought he wouldn't enter — thereafter, I signed a card for Biden, with the expectation we'd (state legislators) be welcomed to provide input. Several attempts later, my enthusiasm and confidence have waned," Jason Pizzo told Politico.
Sgt. Maj. Jakrapanth Thomma gunned down 26 people and injured 57 others in a shooting spree in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima before police shot him dead, authorities said.
Fred Guttenberg was escorted out of the State of Union Address on Tuesday night after shouting "What about my daughter!" in response to Donald Trump's comments about Second Amendment rights.
The California Highway Patrol said the the bus was traveling north along Interstate 5 near Fort Tejon when a man started shooting.
Police said there were "red flags" about Edward Williams' version of events after 4-year-old boy dies.
The shooting began at roughly 5 p.m. local time near the Macy's and McDonald's by Third Avenue and Pine Street.
Diamond Dixon was on Interstate 35 in Dallas, Texas, when another driver fired multiple shots at her vehicle, hitting her daughter.
Police said they were called to a bar in San Antonio, Texas, after a suspect opened fire and started shooting inside a club.
Robert Thomas was charged after he allegedly shot a worker at his apartment complex twice before being apprehended by police.
New Hampshire Republicans are demanding disciplinary action against a Democratic state representative who said gun-toting Trump voters are "stockpiling ammo" to start a second "Civil War" in 2020.
There were 492 homicides in Chicago in 2019, down 13 percent from the previous year and down 38 percent from 2016, according to official statistics.
Suicides, mass shootings, murders and celebratory gunfire were among the reasons dozens of people lost their lives on the first day of the new decade, data shows.