The documents also identified a second person of interest in the case.
Haig said that he no longer sells ammunition and that he doesn't know "wacko" Stephen Paddock.
The man reportedly wrote a letter to Vladimir Putin, before setting himself on fire in front of his local city council.
Psychologists are pushing back on a letter to Apple by two of its investors about the supposed dangers of smartphone use.
Major Apple shareholders took the unusual step of warning the Cupertino company about the dangers of iPhones.
Paul's tasteless Aokigahara Forest vlog has angered the internet.
"I didn't do it for views. I get views. I did it because I thought I could make a positive ripple on the internet, not cause a monsoon of negativity."
The unnamed teenager died in the early hours of New Year's Day.
The Islamic State militant group, or ISIS, claimed responsibility for a series of explosions in the Afghan capital of Kabul that left at least 41 dead and 84 wounded on Thursday, according to reports.
William Graham, the son of Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham, committed suicide in Los Angeles, California, on December 20.
The Reverend was under investigation for "questionable" texts and phone communications with a minor and misusing church funds at the time of his death.
"I am broken from inside. The depression that gnawed on me slowly has finally engulfed me entirely," he allegedly wrote.
Bruce Beckham took offense to Ames' refusal to film with performers who appeared in gay and straight porn movies.
"The world is awaiting your apology or for you to swallow a cyanide pill. Either or we'll take it," he wrote.
The $12 million raised so far won't even put a dent in the amount that's needed to help the hundreds who were injured or killed.
Police are left with more questions than answers.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released findings from its analysis of veteran suicide data across the U.S.
The U.S. military said there were "a small number of casualties" after a suicide attack struck Bagram Air Field.
In an interview with Newsweek, the Maryland rapper got candid about how he'll make "whatever music however I want" while spreading positivity.