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Will Las Vegas Shooting Change Gun Policies?

Will Las Vegas Shooting Change Gun Policies?

The deadly attack by a gunman at a country music concert in Las Vegas on Sunday night is now the worst mass shooting in modern American history. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains if there will be policy consequences on Capitol Hill. Photo: AP

Published 3 months ago

Supreme Court Takes on the Partisan Gerrymander

Supreme Court Takes on the Partisan Gerrymander

The Supreme Court will consider whether to set constitutional limits on drawing electoral districts to maximize partisan gain, a case that could reshape the U.S. political landscape.

Published 3 months ago

Sin City Turns Somber

Sin City Turns Somber

The south end of the famous Las Vegas Strip was eerily quiet late Monday night, with just a handful of passersby wandering down the street that remained closed traffic less than 24 hours after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

Published 3 months ago

Las Vegas Hospitals Face Range of Serious Traumas

Las Vegas Hospitals Face Range of Serious Traumas

Hospitals in Las Vegas are grappling with a range of patient injuries that reflect the chaos of Sunday evening’s mass shooting, including horrific gunshot wounds and traumas inflicted as victims tried to flee.

Published 3 months ago

Las Vegas Shooting Victims Remembered by Friends, Family

Las Vegas Shooting Victims Remembered by Friends, Family

A commercial fisherman from Alaska, a high-school secretary who mentored students and a nurse who shielded his wife from the bullets were among those who died in the mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival.

Published 3 months ago

Las Vegas Casino Security Overhaul Unlikely, Experts Say

Las Vegas Casino Security Overhaul Unlikely, Experts Say

Las Vegas casino hotels maintain vast security networks meant to root out robbery, cheating and other crimes. They are not designed for the scenario that occurred Sunday when a shooter opened fire on a large crowd below, security experts said.

Published 3 months ago

Google, Facebook Tackle Misinformation in Wake of Las Vegas Shooting

Google, Facebook Tackle Misinformation in Wake of Las Vegas Shooting

Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc. displayed false information in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, raising further concerns over people’s ability to manipulate the heavily trafficked platforms for social media and news.

Published 3 months ago

Las Vegas Mass Shooting Renews Debate Over Gun Silencer Bill

Las Vegas Mass Shooting Renews Debate Over Gun Silencer Bill

Sunday night’s massacre intensified opposition to legislation headed to the House floor that critics say could compound the danger posed by shooters.

Published 3 months ago

Brother of Las Vegas Shooting Suspect Says He Is ‘Horrified’

Brother of Las Vegas Shooting Suspect Says He Is ‘Horrified’

Stephen Paddock, accused of killing at least 58 people by shooting them from a high-rise hotel, lived in several retirement communities where he kept to himself. His niece says she has no idea what could have motivated him.

Published 3 months ago

Here Is How the Shooting Unfolded

Here Is How the Shooting Unfolded

Dozens are dead after a shooter targeted the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas.

Published 3 months ago

In Las Vegas, Concertgoers Fled Amid Barrage of Bullets

In Las Vegas, Concertgoers Fled Amid Barrage of Bullets

The deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history began Sunday evening in Las Vegas with pop-pop-pop sounds that some people initially mistook for fireworks or malfunctioning concert equipment. Within seconds, more than 22,000 concertgoers were running for their lives.

Published 3 months ago

Las Vegas Suspect Likely Used Automatic Rifle in Massacre

Las Vegas Suspect Likely Used Automatic Rifle in Massacre

The gunman who authorities said killed at least 58 people in Las Vegas appears to have used at least one fully automatic rifle and had more than a dozen other firearms in his hotel room, a law-enforcement official said.

Published 3 months ago

Las Vegas Witnesses Describe Sheer Panic, Blood and Race to Find an Exit

Las Vegas Witnesses Describe Sheer Panic, Blood and Race to Find an Exit

People ducked or ran for cover as shots rang out Sunday night at a country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip. Some said they had trouble finding an exit in the fenced-off venue, while others saw people plugging bullet holes with their fingers.

Published 3 months ago

Five Things to Know About Mass Shootings in the U.S.

Five Things to Know About Mass Shootings in the U.S.

While the U.S. has produced more mass shooters over the past half century than any other country—most recently Sunday’s shooting in Las Vegas that left at least 50 people dead—research suggests mass shootings are a global phenomenon.

Published 3 months ago

Goldman Sachs Explores a New World: Trading Bitcoin

Goldman Sachs Explores a New World: Trading Bitcoin

Goldman Sachs is weighing a new trading operation dedicated to bitcoin and other digital currencies, the first blue-chip Wall Street firm preparing to deal directly in this burgeoning yet controversial market.

Published 3 months ago