A community organization said that it hopes the investigation will uncover what the suspect's motives were in the shooting that left eight people dead.
Abbott recently joined state GOP lawmakers in backing legislation that would allow Texas to simply disregard federal laws on firearms.
A Minnesota Supreme Court ruling sparked outrage online after it reversed a felony rape conviction because the victim was voluntarily intoxicated. The ruling exposed a state law that some called out as "victim blaming."
The fallout from the cyberattack via Texas-based software company SolarWinds appears to be vast, with a slew of powerful U.S. government agencies and businesses, seemingly targeted.
The city had 550 more shooting victims this year compared with the same period, January 1 through July 11, in 2019.
At least two people were shot and one was killed inside Seattle's Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) area early Saturday morning, and police say they are investigating despite abandoning the closest station to protesters earlier this month.
The full front page of Sunday's edition of The New York Times will be filled entirely with the names of about 1,000 people who died as a result of the coronavirus in the United States.
"It took having this terrible thing happen to me to have all the wonderful things that followed occur. When I face tragedy or adversity, what I've come to realize is I need to decide where I want this to go from here."
"We were all screaming and screaming," Navaz Ebrahim told CNN. "That was a tragic night, a tragic night."
The FBI believes Little, 78, is among the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history. Now, he is drawing portraits of his victims from a Texas prison.
"There are a lot of vulnerable people and we need to feel that we can reach out to them and that they can reach out to us and that hope is there."
"All those who consider Muslims a terrorist community have empty heads," said Will Connolly, 17.
"Obama, he vetoed the bill that we needed to pass, and we came back and overrode his veto," Terry Strada said.
King's interviews with Kelly supporters and girlfriends Azriel Clary and Joycelyn Savage will also air during the primetime special.
In the 2003 documentary, "Living With Michael Jackson," Arvizo accused Jackson of sexual molestation.
Savage is reportedly living in the residence with Kelly's other girlfriend Azriel Clary.
"It's unconscionable that we have to fight and beg for proper funding. These were the people who, when our nation was attacked on our home soil, toiled in that toxic stew of carcinogens and toxins, despite being told by Christie Whitman [the former director of the EPA] that the air was safe to breathe."
"Critically, Mr. Kelly and the victim verbally refer to the girl as only being 14 on multiple occasion on the video."
"Mr. Kelly is a predator and a criminal who has prayed on young, vulnerable girls for far too long. The time has come for him to finally be held accountable for his actions."
Bill Cosby said in a statement released from prison that a "low-life" district attorney and a "corrupt judge" needed needed to find him guilty "not for justice, but for their political aspirations."
Investigators allegedly contacted some of Kelly's victims who were featured in "Surviving R. Kelly" docuseries.
He recited poetry from his courtroom cage and told the judge that he is not a "maniac, murderer, or a cannibal."
John Kasich said he "held out the hope for a couple years" that Donald Trump would unify the country, but has now become "convinced he can't."