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Air Force secretary: Texas shooter's offenses should have been reported to FBI
Nearly a week after former Airman Devin Kelley killed 26 people at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, the Air Force is unequivocally saying Kelley's past conviction on domestic violence-related charges should have been communicated to the FBI. If Kelley's court-martial had been given to the
Pentagon investigating Texas church shooter's past
Members of Congress are also demanding answers as the suspect, Devin Kelley, is now known to have escaped from a mental health facility and was able to purchase guns despite a domestic abuse conviction.
Top Trump Pentagon nominee: It's 'insane' civilians can buy semiautomatic assault rifles
A Trump administration nominee for a top Pentagon job told Congress on Tuesday that it's "insane" civilians can buy semiautomatic assault rifles — like the type used in Sunday's deadly church shooting in Texas. "I'd also like to — and I may get in trouble with other members of the committee — just
The Note's Must-Reads for Tuesday, September 17, 2013
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson, Amanda VanAllen, Will Cantine and Carrie Halperin NAVY YARD SHOOTING ABC...
No Purple Hearts for Fort Hood Victims, Pentagon Says
The Department of Defense is making it clear: The military opposes awarding Purple Hearts to the victims of the Fort Hood shooting. A Pentagon position paper, delivered to congressional staff on Friday and obtained by ABC News, says giving the award to the Fort Hood victims could "irrevocably alter
Massachusetts Man to Plead Guilty in Model Plane Terror Plot
A Massachusetts man accused of plotting to attack the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol building with model planes filled with C-4 explosives will plead guilty to two terror charges, say prosecutors, and serve a 17-year federal sentence. According to court documents filed by prosecutors and attorneys for
Homegrown Terrorist Pleads Guilty
Chilling images of terror right here at home this man was arrested after driving through the streets around our nation's capital opening fire on military targets. Shooting at the Pentagon. Today he was in court in tonight here ABC's Pierre Thomas on the growing concern over homegrown terror. You're
Pentagon Scare Suspect Yonathan Melaku Linked to DC-Area Military Shootings
Preliminary Forensic Evidence May Tie Melaku to at Least 1 of 5 Shootings, ABC News Has Learned
Washington, D.C. Residents Fear New Sniper in Town
A Coast Guard recruiting office shooting was the fifth attack in recent weeks.
Radical Cleric Al-Awlaki Invited to Private Lunch at Pentagon in Effort to Reach Out to Muslims After 9/11
Days Before Pentagon Luncheon, Al-Awlaki Had Been Interviewed by the FBI About 9/11 Hijackers