Trump presents medal to mass shootings responders

President Donald Trump presented the Medal of Valor to six Ohio police officers who responded to the mass shooting last month in Dayton, Ohio. He also recognized five civilians who risked their lives when a gunman opened fire at a Texas Walmart. (Sept. 9)

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Stolen police SUV crash: 2 children dead, 10 hurt

The Dayton, Ohio Police Department says two children were killed in a multi-vehicle accident involving a stolen police SUV. A suspect was taken into custody. (Aug. 27)

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Here’s the latest for Monday August 26th: Trump says China called to make trade deal; Hong Kong police say protesters arrested; NYC jewelry store robbed; Dave Chappelle hosts benefit concert for Dayton survivors, victims’ families.

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Dave Chappelle hosts Dayton, Ohio benefit concert

Comedian Dave Chappelle hosted a benefit concert in Dayton, Ohio on Sunday, for the survivors and families of victims of the recent mass shooting in that city. Celebrities including Jon Stewart and Stevie Wonder joined Chappelle on stage. (Aug. 26)

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Americans Told Us How Their Lives Have Been Torn Apart By Gun Violence

As the U.S. was still reeling from back-to-back mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, we started asking Americans from different generations and walks of life how gun violence in the country has impacted them personally.

Then, on Wednesday night, an armed man shot six police officers in north Philadelphia during an eight-hour standoff.

“When Columbine happened, I felt like ‘What’s going to happen now? Are they going to change the gun laws?’ But nothing happened. Then Sandy Hook happened and I thought ‘Now they’re really going to do something about it’ and nothing happened,” Diana Torres, 42, said. “At this point, I feel like what else has to happen for this to change?”

America’s rate of murder or manslaughter by firearm is the highest in the developed world.

“It’s really been normalized that gun violence is a part of my everyday life,” said Jolie Simone Barga, 14. “We don’t feel safe at school. We don’t feel safe going to the movie theater. We don’t go and feel safe at a store.”

Every day, 100 Americans are killed with guns, and hundreds more are injured, according to Everytown research. Families, friends, colleagues, and communities are left with the loss of loved ones and with persistent fear about the next mass shooting.

“This isn’t just a problem that happened in El Paso or a problem that happened in Dayton, Ohio. It can happen anywhere,” Barga said. “Just because it was in those places the other day, [doesn’t mean] that it can be in your hometown the next.”
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Police unsure if Dayton gunman targeted sister

Police investigating the mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio, say the gunman’s sister was among the first people he shot, but investigators are divided on whether he intentionally killed her. (August 13)

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Ohio State player talks about mental health issues

Ohio State defensive lineman Robert Landers talks about his struggles with mental illness and reaching out to others via Twitter after the Dayton shooting. (Aug. 8)

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Community mourns oldest Ohio shooting victim

Friends and family gathered at St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Springfield, Ohio, on Saturday to mourn Derrick Fudge. Fudge, 57, was the oldest of nine killed when a gunman opened fire outside a bar early Sunday in Dayton, Ohio. (August 10)

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Trump: ‘tremendous’ support in Congress for gun background checks | AFP

US President Donald Trump says there is “tremendous” support in the US Congress for tougher background checks on gun sales. Trump has called for keeping guns out of the hands of mentally ill since back-to-back mass shootings last weekend claimed 31 lives in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. SOUNDBITE

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El Paso was Fuming Over Trump’s Visit

President Trump spent Wednesday doing what presidents do after a mass shooting — traveling to the sites of shootings and offering the nation’s condolences to the victims.

But some people in Dayton and El Paso weren’t interested in the standard presidential post-tragedy visit. Trump was greeted by people waving angry signs in Dayton and a protest rally in El Paso.

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Here’s the latest for Thursday August 8th: 200 mayors want Senate to return to session, deal with gun legislation; Trump returns from Dayton, El Paso; 4 stabbed to death in Southern California; US Defense Sec. presented with horse in Mongolia.

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Here’s the latest for Wednesday, Aug. 7th: Protesters greet Trump during visits to Dayton, El Paso; Bodies believed to be Canadian suspects found; Trump administration to seek Britain trade deal after Brexit; Wisconsin home where girl abducted torn down.

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Ohio voters on President Trump’s Dayton visit

Some Democrat and Republican voters in Dayton agree that more needs to be done on gun control days after a mass shooting left nine dead in the Ohio city.The city’s pain and anger was on display as President Trump visited the city Wednesday. (August 7)

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We Obtained Video of the Dayton Shooter Fronting Two “Pornogrind” Bands

Authorities are still trying to understand why a 24-year-old would open fire on a crowded bar in Dayton’s nightlife district, killing his own sister, eight other people, and wounding 26.
Police do know he had expressed fascination with mass shootings, and had been seeking out information on how to commit one.
“Material reviewed thus far reveal the individual had a history of obsession with violent ideations to include mass shooting and had expressed desire to commit a mass shooting,” said Dayton Police Chief Richard Beihl.
A VICE News investigation revealed he was also a figure in the “pornogrind” and “goregrind” music scenes, performing vocals for bands including Menstrual Munchies and Putrid Liquid.
The extreme metal sub-genre has a significant following in the midwest and is known for sexually violent, death-obsessed lyrics and dehumanizing imagery depicting women.
VICE News interviewed one of his bandmates in Menstrual Munchies, as well as other figures in the scene who either knew the Betts or booked his bands in live venues. His former bandmate said he once brought a gun on tour and suggested to others they hold up gas stations, and made other in the scene uncomfortable by expressing desires to carry out in real life what the songs depict.

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Protests ahead of President Trump’s Dayton visit

At least 200 protesters gathered outside Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio Wednesday, hoping to send a message to President Donald Trump that he’s not welcome in the city. A bar shooting left nine dead and dozens injured over the weekend. (August 7)

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Man witnesses father’s death in Dayton shooting

An Ohio man says he watched his father die in his arms after being hit by gunfire in Sunday’s mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio. (Aug 7)

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Here’s the latest for Wednesday August 7th: President Trump going to Dayton and El Paso; North Korea calls missile launches a warning to US & South Korea; Medical marijuana sales begin in Louisiana; SpaceX rocket deploys communcations satellite.

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Bellbrook police read Betts family statement

The Bellbrook Police Department Chief of Police, Doug Doherty read a statement from the Betts family, whose son fatally gunned down nine people outside a bar in Dayton, Ohio. The shooter’s own sister was one of those killed. (Aug. 7)

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday, August 6th: Dayton mayor comments ahead of Trump visit; El Paso grief center opens; Jon Huntsman steps down as US-Russia ambassador; Author Toni Morrison is dead at 88.

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Relative describes his brother’s ordeal in Dayton

The brother of Derrick Fudge, one of nine people killed in Sunday’s mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio, says he’s glad his brother spent his final moments “with the one he loved the most in this world.” (Aug. 6)

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Ohio shooter classmate: ‘we just let it happen’

A high school classmate of Connor Betts, the gunman in the deadly Dayton, Ohio shooting, questions how Betts could be allowed access to a military-style weapon. (August 5)

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Dayton residents react to Trump speech

At a sidewalk memorial for the victims of the Dayton shooting, residents expressed frustration that Trump didn’t offer concrete legislation to solve what they see as an epidemic of mass shooting. (Aug. 5)

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Trump calls for ‘red flag’ gun laws, ‘quick’ executions for mass killers | AFP

US President Donald Trump calls for ‘red flag’ gun laws and ‘quick’ executions for those who commit mass killings, during a national address in the wake of deadly shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. Trump also tells the nation it must stop glorifying violence, pointing the finger at video games over the shootings that left 29 people dead.

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Dayton shooter had potential of 250 rounds of ammo

As authorities in Ohio try to pin down a motive for the weekend’s second U.S. mass shooting, police say that if all of the magazines the gunman, 24-year-old Connor Betts, had were full he would have had a maximum of 250 rounds of ammunition. (Aug. 5)

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