On October 1, a man armed with a gun opened fire at the Mandalay Bay Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Over 20 people were killed and more than 200 injured. The Las Vegas police confirmed that the suspect, who was identified as a 64-year-old local resident Stephen Paddock, was “down.”
Although the Las Vegas tragedy has reignited the gun control debate it won't result in any changes in US legislation despite a series of similar episodes, American professor and author Timothy Lytton told Radio Sputnik, adding that the gunman had no obstacles in his way to bring weapons to his hotel room, unpack them and commit the crime.
As the death toll from Sunday's Las Vegas shooting continues to climb, confusion and outrage are growing online after Facebook, Google and YouTube were caught promoting fake news stories about the shooter's supposed identity and political affiliations.
Ariana Grande has called for "gun control" in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre and also called it "terrorism." Many celebrities joined the singer, whose concert in Manchester was bombed earlier this year, in paying tribute to the victims.
On Sunday, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd of unsuspecting outdoor concert-goers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas. At least 59 have lost their lives in what was later deemed the deadliest shooting in the history of the United States. President Donald Trump described the tragedy as "an act of pure evil".
Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas Strip shooter gunman behind the deadliest mass shooting in US history, had a family history of gun violence. His father, Bejamin Hoskins Paddock, was a part-time bank robber and swindler with a history of running afoul of the law.
While people around him were scrambling for cover, a lone man has been caught on camera standing upright and giving the middle finger to the gunman amid the Las Vegas shooting spree.
The Clark County commission chair in Las Vegas has raised $2.9 million in 19 hours to provide relief and financial support to the families of the victims in the Las Vegas shooting.
Caleb Keeter, lead guitarist of the Josh Abbott Band, who performed on Sunday afternoon at the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas and survived the deadly shooting, has drastically changed his stance on US gun control, now calling for tougher regulations.
Latest reports say that at least 59 people have been killed and 527 injured in what has become the deadliest shooting in US history, after 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire in a Las Vegas Casino on Sunday. The number of casualties could have been much higher if not for the self-sacrifice of brave individuals. Here are some of their stories.
The Clark County has declared state of emergency as a result of a mass shooting in Las Vegas.
At least 19 weapons, including 10 rifles and an assortment of handguns, have been discovered in the room of the sniper who massacred at least 58 people at a concert in the US city of Los Vegas, media reported on Monday.
Just hours after an attacker fired a hail of bullets at concertgoers along the Las Vegas strip Sunday night, hundreds of locals made their way to blood banks to do their part to help victims.
American citizen Laura Morales from Fillmore, California in an interview to Sputnik spoke about recent Las Vegas shooting.
UK PM offered condolences amid the recent shooting in Las Vegas, the White House said in a press release on Monday.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was shocked about recent shooting in Las Vegas, as UNSG deputy spokesman Farhan Haq told reporters on Monday.
The FBI has said that Stephen Paddock, the gunman who killed dozens of people in Las Vegas, had no connection with the Daesh terrorist group despite media reports claiming otherwise.
New results on victims and injuries on Las Vegas shooting appeared - 58 people are reportedly dead, 515 injured.
According to reports, Daesh terror group claimed responsibility for Las Vegas shooting attack. The US is investigating this report, however, so far are not able to confirm it.
According to police, approximately 406 people were transported to hospitals after the shooting in Las Vegas.