This is about guns and hate crimes, and the ability to weaponize hate, which we have made way too easy.
On World Blood Donor Day, LGBT activists ask federal health officials to reverse an antiquated public health policy enforced at the height of the AIDS crisis.
Lady Gaga, Nick Jonas and Christina Grimmie's brother spoke at various vigils Monday night.
Director of London Pride calls on the capital's LGBT community to "let them see us dance and sing" despite Orlando attack.
London showed that no matter what background or faith, people can unite against hate.
Omar Mateen may not have been directly linked to ISIS—but that won't stop the group using it.
"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling among thousands paying tribute to Orlando victims.
Trump's renewed call for a ban on some Muslims entering the country showed few signs of winning over Republican foreign-policy figures.
The two candidates' very different reactions to the Orlando massacre.
Social media tributes to the victims of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history are heartbreaking.
The president spoke about the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
Vigils also held across the country after the deadliest shooting in U.S. history.
Donald Trump had criticized Clinton following the Orlando shooting for not using the term.
The attacker does not appear to have been directed by ISIS, Obama says.
"I wanted to do something that felt empowering, to say that love is big and inextinguishable," says poet Jameson Fitzpatrick.
A promotional graphic implied Britain could be at risk of attack if it voted to stay in the EU.