Gabrielle Giffords Resigns House Seat
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz reads her colleague's resignation letter.
Bells will ring 19 times this morning, once for each victim of the Tucson shooting that happened one year ago today, ushering in an emotional day of remembrance that will culminate this evening in a candlelight vigil attended by Rep. Gabrielle Giffords , D-Ariz., and her husband, astronaut Mark
Patricia Maisch says tougher laws could have prevented "horrific acts" of Ariz.
Cameras Capture Deadly Shooting, Hero Federal Judge's Attempt to Save Another Man
Initial Indictment Covers Attempted Killings of Rep. Giffords, 2 Aides; Murder Indictments Likely to Come
Giffords Opens Her Eyes for First Time Since the Shooting, Obama Reveals in Speech
The arena at the University of Arizona filled Wednesday with every walk of Tucson life — police officers and sheriff's deputies, city managers and firefighters, judges and priests, students and senior citizens — all looking to regain the feeling of small-city security lost in a barrage of bullets
Consoler-in-Chief Speaks of Heroism and Strength at Arizona Memorial Service
To the families of those we've lost; to all who called them friends; to the students of this university, the public servants gathered tonight, and the people of Tucson and Arizona: I have come here tonight as an American who, like all Americans, kneels to pray with you today, and will stand by you
ABC News' John R. Parkinson reports: A resolution to be read on the House floor Wednesday will honor the victims of Saturday's mass shooting in Tucson, Arizona, and will also single out a number of individuals for heroic action on...