A woman named Emma Gonzalez was targeted by conspiracy theorists after she was mistaken for the Parkland, Florida, school shooting survivor with the same name.
Pakistan's interior minister and deputy secretary general of the Pakistan Muslim League, Ahsan Iqbal, was shot and wounded in an assassination attempt in Narowal Sunday.
"I've only been reading ISIS magazine guides for performing operations and making bombs," the suspect wrote online.
The high school junior and history teacher had a lengthy spat on Twitter earlier this week.
The shooting took place Tuesday evening at a Home Depot in northeast Dallas.
As often happens in the aftermath of highly publicized shooting incidents, blame has already been placed on the lack of "common-sense gun control."
Four people were shot and killed at a Waffle House in Nashville. The suspect is on the run.
Charles Williams, 25, faces multiple charges for shootings and armed robberies across New Orleans on Sunday.
The sheriff's office reported that the suspect in a school shooting in Florida is in custody.
Officers used a Taser to try subdue the man but it did not work.
"Our faith tells us to do what we can."
Such a push toward increased use of law enforcement in schools follows a national trend that predates recent school shootings.
The company denies wrongdoing.
The gas station owner accused the customer of stealing the snack.
Tweets were suspended for circulating fake news and "malicious information."
Police were called out to a man pointing what witnesses thought was a firearm at people.
The driver escaped after hiding under a house and calling 911, authorities said.
The now-mandatory clear backpacks are full of messages about gun control, memes, tampons, and in some cases, even live fish.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with everybody involved," Trump tweeted after the YouTube HQ shooting.