On the third anniversary of the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, Florida, when 49 people were killed by a gunman, survivor Brandon Wolf calls on us to honor them with activism.
Trump's approval rating for handling terrorism was 42 percent, while 51 percent disapproved.
Mateen used a friend to cover up his secret sex life and met women using dating websites like Plenty of Fish to cheat on his wife.
A majority of victims in the U.S. were people of color, transgender or gender-nonconforming, and younger than 35.
The legislation would prohibit Americans convicted of misdemeanor hate crimes from obtaining guns.
Omar Mateen killed 49 people at Orlando's Pulse nightclub in June 2016.
Noor Salman was arrested in California in January on federal charges accusing her of knowing that her husband, Omar Mateen, was planning the June 2016 attack, and of concocting a cover story for him.
Salman was arrested earlier this month in the San Francisco Bay Area on federal charges of obstructing justice and aiding her late husband, Omar Mateen, in his attempt to provide material support to a terrorist organization.
The Florida gunman had pledged allegiance to the militant group before he killed 49 Orlando clubgoers.
Certain features in the "typical mass shooter" have been identified but more investigation is needed.
Democrats are acting on their pledges to push for gun legislation.
The character would honor "every LGBT person to lose their life to hate" say victims' friends.
The legislators want suspected terrorists to be prevented from buying guns.
The Senate rejected four gun proposals in the wake of the Orlando massacre. Now what?