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After Orlando Massacre, Interest in Guns in LGBT Community Rises
Pulse nightclub shooting that killed 49 people was seen as a terrorist act and a hate crime, leading many gays and lesbians to buy guns for protection.
State Law Forces U-T Austin to Allow Concealed Handguns in Classrooms
Guns are now going to be allowed on campus at the University of Texas at Austin despite the concerns of the school's president and many of its professors. The new policy comes as a result of a state law that impacts public universities, including the state's flagship campus in Austin. What Does the
The Only Two Living US Mass School Shooters Who Are Not Incarcerated
Adam Lanza killed himself. So did Seung-Hui Cho at Virginia Tech. And so did Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold in Columbine . And Christopher Harper-Mercer in Roseburg. And Elliot Rodger in Isla Vista. If you go down the list of mass shootings at U.S. schools, most of the killers turned the guns on
Book Excerpt: Sue Klebold's Memoir, 'A Mother's Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy'
Excerpted from 'A Mother's Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy' by Sue Klebold, published by Crown. CHAPTER 1 “There’s Been a Shooting at Columbine High School” APRIL 20, 1999, 12:05 P.M. I was in my office in downtown Denver, getting ready to leave for a meeting about college
How Columbine Killers Dylan Klebold, Eric Harris Were Different: Part 2
Experts who have studied the Columbine massacre talk about what set both boys apart and missed warning signs.
Columbine Killer's Mother Sue Klebold on Relationship with Her Son, Warning Signs She Missed, What She Went Through After the Tragedy
On April 20, 1999, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris walked into Columbine High School, carrying weapons and homemade bombs, and began slaughtering their classmates. They killed 12 of their fellow students and a teacher, and wounded 24 more people before turning the guns on themselves. The Columbine
Healing After Columbine : Survivors, Victims' Families Talk About Moving Forward
Sue Klebold, the mother of Columbine killer Dylan Klebold, is breaking her silence for the first time about how she dealt with her son’s involvement in the massacre, but Columbine survivors and victims’ families are also still grappling with the pain of that horrific day 17 years ago. Columbine
Two Thwarted School Shooters Talk About Moving On After Being Accused
Russell Frantom was just 16 years old when he began talking online about a plan to attack his Indiana high school. He had been chatting in an online group that was sympathetic to the two Columbine killers, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, and said he ended up talking with a man in Ohio he had never
After Columbine : Experts Offer Tips for How to Talk to a Troubled Child
Sue Klebold, the mother of Columbine killer Dylan Klebold, sat down with Diane Sawyer for her first television interview to talk about the son she remembers and how she missed warning signs that could have helped save him and other victims. In her book, “A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the
School Shootings Since Columbine : By the Numbers
In a Diane Sawyer special edition of “20/20,” she speaks with Sue Klebold, the mother of Columbine killer Dylan Klebold. ABC News examined the impact and lessons from that tragic day that changed the nation. The numbers that follow are a part of a larger conversation about school violence and