Victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida won’t have to pay for their medical care, the two hospitals that treated them announced. Yet first responders suffering psychological trauma from that night won’t receive workers’ compensation.
Was the Orlando shooter’s father invited to a Clinton rally by somebody high up in her campaign as “a signal to immigrant musses to support her,” or was it just a gaffe, and the whole story a “tempest in a teapot”?
The FBI conducted more than 2.1 million background checks for firearm purchases in June, about a 40 percent increase on the same month last year. If the current pace keeps up, 2016 is set to be a banner year for background checks.