Navy Yard Shooting
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Top Navy officials and family members are among more than 2,000 people marking the one-year anniversary of the Washington Navy Yard shootings a year after 12 people were killed.
One year after the Navy Yard shooting rampage—ending in 12 dead and four injured—those most closely touched by the massacre reflect on the victims and their own journeys through the darkest days. For one family, the difficult times finally took a turn in the form of a rescued dog that had been through some traumatic experiences of its own.
The Washington Navy Yard paused Monday to remember individuals and groups that stood out as heroes during the recent mass shooting.
D.C. police officers were honored in an annual awards ceremony that took on added meaning this year, following September's shooting rampage at the Navy Yard.
AP Exclusive: Doctors described gunman before shootings as 'clear and focused;' denied stress
Central Pa. family create college scholarship to honor Navy Yard shooting victim
The Navy Yard building in Washington where a gunman killed 12 people will get a new visitor's entrance and a renovated interior, including a "remembrance area" for the victims.
The family of a woman slain during the mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard is filing a lawsuit against the Navy, the Department of Veterans Affairs and two defense contractors in federal court in Florida.
The man many people know as Lt. Dan from the movie "Forrest Gump" was in D.C. Tuesday night for a special reason.
Actor, musician Gary Sinise to perform for Navy Yard employees, area service members in DC
APNewsBreak: Navy shooter had classified access pulled for 2 days, but Navy was never told
DC fire department likely to recommend encrypting radios in wake of Navy Yard shooting
Union criticizes Capitol Police management for response to Navy Yard shooting
Probe confirms tactical unit ordered away from Navy Yard rampage, says decision was reasonable
Florida family of Navy Yard shooting victim files claim with military and VA seeking $37.5M
The Naval Criminal Investigative Service will perform an internal review to determine whether its officers are adequately equipped and trained for emergencies like the September massacre at the Washington Navy Yard.
Report says contract guards at federal facilities have received uneven, inconsistent training
The investigation into the U.S. Capitol Police response to last month's Navy Yard shooting is nearing the home stretch, after being delayed by the 16-day government shutdown.
A report into the response by the U.S. Capitol Police to the Washington Navy Yard shooting has been delayed by the federal government shutdown.
Officer injured in Navy Yard shooting goes home from DC hospital
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