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James Howell, 20, was arrested Sunday morning in Santa Monica, California, just hours after a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
A survivor of the Orlando nightclub shootings, who did not want to be identified, described his ordeal to a church congregation.
Sitora Yusufiy describes how she learned of the shooting and what her relationship with Omar Mateen was like.
Host James Corden opened Sunday night's Tony Awards with a message for the victims: "You are not on your own."
One was a homebody and student who'd recently come out to his family. Another was a cheery pharmacy technician. Another promoted a gay cruise line.
Across the nation, and even the world, communities have come together in remembrance of the lives lost in the Orlando shooting.
Much information remains to be uncovered, but here's what we know so far about the shooting deaths of 50 people Sunday in Orlando, Florida.
At least 50 people are dead and more than 50 others are wounded after a gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub in Orlando, early Sunday morning.
The late Hector "Macho" Camacho and other legends were inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, but the day belonged to Muhammad Ali.
"People stomped on me," said one survivor. "I was zigzagging just in case, because you could still hear the bullets going off."
Entertainers, politicians and regular folks took to social media to express their thoughts about the massacre at Orlando's Pulse club.
Participants in Pride activities around the country react to the shooting at Pulse in Orlando.
Rev. Nancy Wilson questions why guns are still so easy to purchase, then, Hannah Willard announces that the public has donated more than $400,000 to v
The mass murder at a gay nightclub in Orlando is both the deadliest terror attack inside the U.S. since 9/11 — and the deadliest hate crime against a gay target in American history.
Donald Trump boasted that he had predicted the attack and thanked supporters for giving him credit for his achievement.
'We need to understand: this was a gay bar where 50 people were killed,' Billy Manes, editor of Orlando's LGBT newspaper, 'Watermark,' told NBC News.
President Barack Obama, as he has done too many times before, turned consoler-in-chief Sunday in the wake of the Orlando massacre.
With at least 50 people killed, the massacre early Sunday morning has become the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history.
An on-scene witness near Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Fla., recorded the sounds of gunfire on Snapchat.