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    For the Chicago Bulls, the last week on the road against hot-handed Western Conference opponents has brought the team’s concerns from the 3-point line into sharper focus. Despite their middling efficiency from behind the arc — 35.4% — the Bulls take the fewest 3-point attempts in the league (28.9 per game) and tally the fourth-lowest makes (10.2). But their issue doesn’t just derive from makes or misses. Teams who don’t shoot many 3-pointers have a clear formula — if you’re not a long-range team, you can’t allow opponent to produce from behind the arc. Take for instance, the Golden State Warriors, who outshot the Bulls 60-27 from behind the arc for a 119-11 win on Friday night. The Warriors give up the sixth-most 3-pointers per game but still manage to outscore their opponents by an average of 3.1 made baskets from behind the arc. The Bulls, however, have suffered the opposite in the opening quarter of the season. Opponents average 12.7 made 3-pointers against the Bulls, who allow the fourth-highest shooting accuracy from behind the arc at 37.9%. This means...
    Hilaria Baldwin openly admitted that she and her husband, Alec Baldwin, are 'not okay' following tragic Rust shooting during a preview interview with Extra published Friday. The yoga instructor, 38, stated tearfully, 'We can't be okay. No one is okay.' The emotional statement came a little over one year since cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was fatally shot on set on October 21, 2021 due to a prop gun with live rounds that was accidentally discharged while in the hands of Baldwin, 64. The mother of seven further expressed that, 'It was and is a tragedy that nobody could ever have imagined.' 'Not okay': Hilaria Baldwin, 38, revealed to Extra that she and her husband, Alec Baldwin, 64, are 'not okay' following tragic Rust shooting  Hilaria could be seen sitting in a chair with city skyscrapers sprawled out behind her through a large window amid the interview.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria share a snap including all... Hilaria Baldwin breastfeeds daughter Ilaria, two months, at... 'I just didn't know what to...
    The grandmother of a Milwaukee boy, who allegedly shot and killed his mother at close range over a $500 VR headset, said he suffers from severe psychiatric illness.  Lueritha Mann said the 10-year-old boy, who has not been publicly named, hears imaginary voices who tell him to do 'bad things' and has trouble sleeping.  She also said he had a hard time understanding emotions and reactions and had exhibited concerning behavior for years, including swinging a puppy by its tail, despite the animal's cries of pain, at the age of four.  The boy, who is accused of killing his mother, Quiana Mann, 44, of Milwaukee, on November 21, hears five imaginary people, including two girls, an older woman, and two 'mean' men.  Lueritha said the 'two little girls in his head tell him to do things' and that the voices are the loudest in the early morning.  'He’s always said that he hears voices,' she told the Daily Beast. 'He said that his thoughts and everything starts generating at five or six in the morning. Sometimes four o’clock. 'He has an imaginary...
    A Derbyshire teenager could be extradited to the US after he was found guilty of sharing white supremacist and far-right material which inspired a mass murderer in New York. Daniel Harris, 19, posted videos online which praised mass shootings motivated by white supremacist ideology and supported armed insurrection. A member of Harris' far-right audience was Payton Gendron, 19, who killed 10 black people in a mass shooting in May. A manifesto shared by the killer included a screenshot from one of Harris' videos, in which he said white Europeans should use violence to stop a 'genocide' against them. Payton Gendron killed 10 black people in a racially-motivated mass shooting in May this year Gendron carried out the horrific attack after watching Daniel Harris's white supremacist content online  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next White supremacist who shot and killed ten black shoppers in... 'This is not a mental health issue': Devastated friend of... Share this article Share Harris now faces up to 12 years behind bars as well as possible extradition to...
    A Philadelphia parking authority officer was shot in the head in broad daylight by a thug in the City of Brotherly Love last Friday. The suspect was caught on a surveillance camera walking up behind the 37-year-old male parking official and shooting him in the head at point-blank range at around 4pm the day after Thanksgiving. The officer, who was on duty at the time of the crime, is seen in video footage immediately collapsing onto the sidewalk before help arrives. He is now in stable condition and the PPA is hopeful he will make a full recovery, having primarily been injured in his shoulder and ear. Police are still investigating the incident and have not yet made any arrests, but believe the victim was a 'target'. Following the shooting, Philadelphia Deputy Commissioner Frank Vanore said, 'It's bold. It's brazen and something we're definitely going to do everything we can to solve immediately.' 'We believe he was the intended target,' he continued. 'We have some witnesses saying a car pulled up, shots were fired, and then a car pulled away.'...
    A vigil for shooting victims in Oxford, Michigan, on Nov. 30, 2021Matthew Hatcher/Getty Fight disinformation: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news that matters.In the year since a mass shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan left four students dead and many others injured and traumatized, questions have loomed about whether the carnage could have been prevented. The most intense media focus has been on the role of the shooter’s parents. They bought a semiautomatic pistol for their deeply troubled son just days before the attack, allegedly ignored warning signs and rebuffed concerned school officials, briefly evaded law enforcement in the immediate aftermath, and now face unprecedented manslaughter charges in a trial scheduled to begin early next year. But big questions also remain unanswered about how the school system handled 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley, who pleaded guilty in October to 24 criminal counts, including murder and terrorism. In a dramatic development on Monday, two recently departed members of the district’s board—former president Tom Donnelly and former treasurer Korey Bailey—said that they resigned in September over...
    A New York City college student was arrested for threatening to shoot up his Harlem school, only to be later released without bail. Din Bajrektarevic, a student of The City College Of New York, was arrested after allegedly sending off a series of slur-filled text messages and saying he wanted to shoot up the school last week. It is unclear to who he sent the text messages, but he referred to the recipient as a 'n****r' numerous times, and told them 'Your brains will be left on the f*****g pavement.' The 21-year-old was arrested after he returned to school after Thanksgiving from his home in Old Bridge, New Jersey. He was charged with making terror threats, second-degree aggravated harassment, and second-degree harassment as a hate crime. He was also suspended from campus. Despite the heavy charges, none required bail and Bajrektarevic walked free from prison. Din Bajrektarevic, a student of The City College Of New York, was arrested after sending text messages saying he wanted to shoot up the school last week City College released a statement to the school...
    A Miami man is facing charges after confessing to shooting his ex and murdering her new boyfriend as part of a jealous rage-induced plan to “take” the man’s “soul,” police said on Tuesday. Jose Aranibar-Camacho, 41, was charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder, and child neglect charges in connection with the Monday morning incident in a North Bay Village apartment, Miami-Dade Police said. Aranibar-Camacho, who cops say confessed to the grisly crime that occurred when his own infant daughter was at the home, was being held without bond. The infant was not harmed and is currently in the custody of the Florida Department of Children and Families. It was not immediately clear if Aranibar-Camacho has retained a lawyer, but he has been ordered to stay away from his ex, who has not been identified. The arrest was previously reported by Miami Local 10. According to an arrest report obtained by The Daily Beast, officers responded to a Monday call around 7:45 am that described “five or six shots” fired at an apartment building. Upon arrival, officers saw Aranibar-Camacho “walking away”...
    The Chicago Bulls tallied their second win in a six-game road stretch with a 114-107 victory over the Utah Jazz on Monday night. The Bulls improved to 9-11, retaining their 11th spot in the Eastern Conference with the win. The team will continue on to Phoenix to face the Suns on Wednesday night in the fourth game of the West Coast trip. Here are six takeaways from the game. 1. After clutch game losses, the Bulls figured it out in the second close win of the trip. The Bulls are beginning to reverse their fortune in close games with their second clutch win in the last week. Heading into this six-game road trip, the Bulls were 0-7 in clutch game situations, which are defined as games with a five-point margin with five minutes remaining. After winning a clutch game in Milwaukee last Wednesday then losing in overtime to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday, the Bulls clinched a decisive victory after the Jazz cut the margin to 102-99 with 5:26 remaining. The Bulls succeeded by not allowing the win to...
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse The Brooklyn Nets have not lived up to expectations. Here are three moves that the Nets can make to turn their season around. The Brooklyn Nets are off to an underwhelming 10-11 start, and they sit in ninth place in the Eastern Conference. At the moment, the Nets appear far off from their championship aspirations, but there are some reasons to remain optimistic. Lineups with Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and Ben Simmons on the floor have a net rating of +1.9. Durant is averaging 29.3 points and shooting an efficient 53.4 percent from the field. In addition, Simmons is posting a career-high 63.1 true shooting percentage and a team-high 2.3 defensive box plus/minus. Forward T.J. Warren is targeting a return on Dec. 2. Warren has not played a regular-season game since Dec. 29, 2020. When healthy, he was one of the most productive two-way wings in the league. In 2019-2020, he was one of only three players in the NBA to average at least 19 points and one steal, while...
    After a disastrous start, the Lakers have been building positive momentum. Moving Russell Westbrook to the bench has been a big part of their turnaround. Don’t look now, but the Lakers have five of their last six games and climbed their way out of the Western Conference basement. Some improved shooting numbers have helped (thank you, progression to the mean) but a string of solid performances from Russell Westbrook has been key as well. Westbrook was an absolute disaster in the first few games of the season but has played extremely well since being moved to the Lakers bench. As a starter, Westbrook was averaging 10.3 points, 6.7 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game, shooting 28.9 percent from the field and just 1-of-12 from beyond the arc. As a reserve, he’s averaging 15.7 points, 4.9 rebounds and 8.1 assists per game, shooting 41.5 percent from the field and 35.0 percent from beyond the arc. The shooting percentages are still a drag on the Lakers’ offense but he’s been far more productive.Why is Russell Westbrook thriving on the Lakers bench?One could...
    Fernando Chavez-Barron, pictured, was killed by Andre Bing, 31, a manager at the store in Chesapeake, Virginia, who also opened fire on five others in a break room before killing himself. A social media post on Friday identified Fernando A mass shooting in a Walmart left seven people dead including a 16-year-old honors student employee who was the youngest victim, taking the part time job to help out his family and spending his first paycheck on a gift for his mom. Fernando Chavez-Barron was killed by Andre Bing, 31, a manager at the store in Chesapeake, Virginia, who also opened fire on five others in a break room before killing himself. A social media post on Friday identified Fernando.   Chavez-Barron was in the 11th grade and had just begun working at Walmart and driving, according to friends and a GoFundMe page set up for the family by Tamara Nelson. The GoFundMe page raised $22,000 towards funeral costs by yesterday and says that he was: 'An outstanding son and excellent big brother, he loved building with Legos,' 'He will always be remembered...
    Democrat Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut suggested on Sunday that Congress should think about withholding federal funds from police departments that do not enforce gun control laws already in place. It comes after 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich opened fire in a Colorado Springs LGBTQ club earlier this month, killing five people and injuring dozens of others in what prosecutors are looking at as a possible bias-motivated attack. That mass shooting and another at a Virginia Walmart in the same week have spurred renewed calls for an assault weapons ban, going all the way up to President Joe Biden himself. But the Senate likely won't have the 60 votes needed to pass such legislation, Murphy conceded to CNN's State Of The Union. But he remained hopeful that the next Congress could have enough support. 'I'm glad that President Biden is going to be pushing us to take a vote on an assault weapons ban. The House has already passed it. It's sitting in front of the Senate. Does it have 60 votes in the Senate right now? Probably not,' Murphy said....
    Firebrand Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene on Saturday blasted calls for an assault weapons ban in the wake of the deadly mass shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs. She also labeled the shooter 'a transgender' after defense attorneys said the suspect uses 'they/them' pronouns - which could possibly complicate prosecutors' push for hate crimes charges. The Georgia Republican capped off the Twitter post with a photo of herself grinning while crouched over a dead wild hog and armed with an assault-style rifle. Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, is accused of killing five people and wounding more than a dozen others after opening fire at Club Q on the night of November 19.  Human rights activists and the LGBTQ community have decried the shooting as motivated by anti-gay hate, and have blamed voices on the right for fomenting it via today's heated culture war about the rights of transgender youth. Democrats led by President Joe Biden have renewed calls for an assault weapons ban in the shooting's fallout.  Aldrich used an assault-style weapon and a handgun to carry out his attack,...
    In this article WMTFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTA police tape is seen at the site of a fatal shooting in a Walmart on November 23, 2022 in Chesapeake, Virginia.Nathan Howard | Getty ImagesThe Walmart night crew supervisor who shot and killed six his co-workers Tuesday used a handgun he purchased the morning of the attack and left a "death note," according to details released Friday by Chesapeake, Virginia, officials. The new details indicate 31-year-old Andre Bing used a 9-millimeter pistol which he legally purchased from a local store the same day as the shooting. Officers said they found ammunition, a receipt and paperwork related to the gun purchase at Bing's residence. Police responded to the shooting shortly after 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday, minutes after the attack was reported, and mere days before Thanksgiving and the kickoff of the holiday shopping season. Bing, who officials said had no criminal history, died at the scene from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. The note recovered on Bing's cellphone revealed complaints the mass shooter had about his co-workers and provided a glimpse...
    A man stormed into a Thanksgiving dinner party at a home in Houston on Thursday night and shot dead his ex-wife and another male. Two others, including a 15-year-old boy, were also injured in the attack.  The victims, who were celebrating with friends, had just finished eating when the shooter entered the property through the back door and ‘started firing at people inside the house’, police said. He even stopped to reload his weapon – and ‘traumatized’ everyone there before fleeing the scene. The Houston Police Department confirmed it received a 911 call at 9.18pm regarding a shooter in progress. Houston Police Department rushed to the scene of the crime in Baggett Lane on Thursday night after receiving a 911 call regarding a shooter in progress  Officers arrived at the scene at 9.23pm along with the Houston Fire Department. When cops entered the property in the 1500 block of Baggett Lane in Spring Branch they discovered four people had been shot inside the house. A woman and a man were declared deceased at the scene. A 15-year-old is stable, and...
    "The idea that we're not enforcing red-flag laws, period, just based on knowledge, not on parents saying or a loved one saying you should arrest this person now for his own sake, is ridiculous," said Biden. The commander in chief's latest call for restrictions follows three mass shooting events this month that killed 14 and injured 20 in total. Following the tragic Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightclub shooting last weekend, during which a non-binary individual killed five and injured 18, Biden released a statement that read, "We need to enact an assault weapons ban to get weapons of war off America's streets." Even though Democrats hold the House majority until January, an evenly split Senate makes it unlikely that Biden's sweeping gun control laws would pass. It would require at least 10 Republican supporters to meet the 60-vote requirement to bypass a filibuster. "I'm going to do it whenever I — I got to make that assessment as I get in and start counting the votes," Biden said Thursday.
    A Thanksgiving dinner became a crime scene when a gunman burst in and killed his ex-wife and a man, and wounded two other people, including a 15-year-old boy. “The suspect, who is known to be the ex-husband of the deceased female, came in through the back door and just started firing at the people inside the house,” Houston Police Asst. Chief Patricia Cantu said at a press conference. “We don't know where he’s at. We’re going to be asking for the public’s help to help us capture this man,” she said. The victims had just finished the annual feast around 9 p.m. when the intruder began shooting. “There were four other people inside the house,” Cantu said. “As soon as they heard the shooting, they ran to the rooms for safety. The suspect discharged multiple rounds and even reloaded his weapon at the scene.” The 15-year-old was in stable condition at the hospital but the wounded man was reported to be in critical condition. “This is a very sad situation, it’s Thanksgiving, people are supposed to celebrate with their families,”...
    US Rep. Lauren Boebert said she is tired of being blamed for the deadly Colorado gay club shooting as the left points to her anti-LGBTQ rhetoric.  The Colorado congresswoman blasted her critics in an interview with OAN, saying she has been long-accused of influencing mass shooters since taking office.  'I have been accused of just about every mass shooting there has been since the Left has learned of my name,' Boebert said. 'Whether it's Uvalde, or the King Soopers shooting in Boulder, Colorado, or the Buffalo, New York shooting.  'Or even Paul Pelosi getting hammered,' she added, referencing the home invasion attack that left the Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's husband hospitalized. 'I have been blamed for all of that.'  Nancy Pelosi had prominently laid the blame on MAGA Republicans for the deadly Colorado shooting when Anderson Aldrich, 22, killed five and injured 19 during a drag show on the eve of Transgender Day of Remembrance.  Following the House Speaker's condemnation, US Reps Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Brianna Titone named Boebert directly for her comments against transgender individuals, and the local...
    Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is taking umbrage with criticism she has received in the wake of the Club Q nightclub shooting. Appearing on OAN (in a clip flagged by Ron Filipkowski), Boebert went after those calling out her history of anti-LGBTQ rhetoric. “I have been accused of just about every mass shooting there has been since the Left has learned of my name,” Boebert said. “Whether it’s Uvalde, or the King Soopers shooting in Boulder, Colorado, or the Buffalo, New York shooting. Or even Paul Pelosi getting hammered. I have been blamed for all of that.” Boebert says she’s also a victim of the Club Q shooting: “I’ve been accused of just about every mass shooting there has been. I’ve been blamed for all of it. It has to come to an end. The Left is pissed I won my election, so they’re trying to find something to go after me about.” pic.twitter.com/DS5HvHYjgQ — Ron Filipkowski ???????? (@RonFilipkowski) November 24, 2022 The Denver Post denounced Boebert in a scathing editorial, and Sarah Kate Ellis — the CEO...
    WITH Thanksgiving weekend upon us, millions of Americans will be flying home in numbers not seen since the pandemic. In fact, the American Automobile Association (AAA) predicts that 54.6 million people will travel at least 50 miles from home in the U.S. this week. 5One traveler tried to take a raw chicken stuffed with a firearm on board a flightCredit: The Mega Agency 5The TSA found a live cat inside a suitcase at John F. Kennedy Airport this weekCredit: TSA That's a 1.5 percent bump over Thanksgiving last year and only 2 percent less than in 2019. For most, that means a seamless journey through security into the departure lounge before boarding flights around the US. Transport officials have spotted some odd travel companions amid the millions of travelers. Just this week the Transportation Security Administration found a live cat inside a suitcase at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. READ MORE SUN STORIESHOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS Thanksgiving travel rush hit with 1000s of flight delaysFESTIVE TIMES I compared Aldi’s Thanksgiving staples prices with Target and Walmart...
    Tucker Carlson has used his eponymous Fox News show to slam a group of liberal TV reporters whom he claims have been using their reports to 'blame right-wing media outlets' for 'radicalizing' the Colorado Springs gay bar shooter. 'This is a man who was radicalized by this show and by the Twitter account Libs of TikTok to hate transgendered people and that's why this man walked into a bar, a gay bar, with a gun, and started murdering people,' Carlson said, tongue firmly in cheek during Wednesday night's monologue. He was able to gently mock because earlier in the day a requested emerged from the lawyers of 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich to be referred to using they/them pronouns, because they are said to be non-binary. CNN delivered the news to stunned silence before proceeding to report on the shootings and Aldrich's alleged involvement using male pronouns.  Tucker Carlson used his monologue in his show to call out liberal TV reporters by name who had accused him and Fox News of stirring up anti LGBTQ sentiment Carlson then illustrated how left-leaning...
    A survivor of the Walmart mass shooting has described how she was spared by the killer store manager when he paused the rampage to send her home. Jessie Wilczewski had only worked at the store for five days when the manager opened fire in a packed meeting room, killing six people. She described how she took cover under a table as the gunman 'laughed' while several of her co-workers were shot. Jessie said the manager then briefly stopped shooting, turned and pointed the gun at her. He reportedly told her to get out from under the table and said: 'Jessie, go home.' Six people were killed when the shooter opened fire in the breakroom of the Walmart in Sam's Circuit, Chesapeake, at 10.12pm last night. He then turned the pistol on himself. Jessie told WAVY her shift had started off normal. In the moments before the shooting, about 14 employees had gathered in a meeting room to learn about their duties, she said. The gunman opened fire in the break room which is in the back of the store...
    A 51-YEAR-old man has been arrested after he allegedly recorded his fiancee’s daughter while she was in the shower, police say. Eric V. Walker has been charged with unlawful photography, according to police. 1A man has been arrested after allegedly filming his fiancée's daughter in the showerCredit: Getty Images - Getty Police were sent to a home in Nashville on Sunday after they were alerted about the video. Walker's fiancée found the video on his phone, according to an affidavit obtained by WSMV. The video reportedly showed that Walker's cell phone was positioned under a bathroom door crack and pointed at the shower. Police say the daughter reviewed the video and was able to confirm that it was of her. READ MORE CRIME STORIESWALMART BLOODBATH Walmart shooting victims pictured with teen among six 'killed by manager'ROBO COP Plan to let creepy US police robots kill suspects revealed in new policy draft However, her name and age have not been released. The fiancée's name has also been withheld. Walker was arrested early Monday but has since been released, WSMV reports. This...
    AN etiquette coach has revealed the one thing the mother of the bride should never do. Denise Suthoff, who regularly shares helpful pieces of around wedding topics, issued a warning for overbearing mums. 2Denise Suthoff regularly shares advice for people about to get marriedCredit: weddingtalk901 2In the clip she says 'momzillas' need to relax on their son or daughter's big dayCredit: weddingtalk901 In her helpful tip for pesky parents who turn into "momzillas", Barbara advised it's best to take a backseat to make sure their daughter or son has the best day possible. She said the most vital thing is not to be controlling or try and take over the day. Barbara explained the pressure on the day can create kind and caring mum's with the best of intentions to be too much. She said: “Mom; whatever your issue is, let it go, you had your opportunity for your wedding, now it’s your son or daughter’s turn, and truthfully the things you are throwing a fit about just are not that critical. READ MORE FABULOUS IN A...
    The manager of a Virginia Walmart who killed six people and himself in a Tuesday night massacre has been identified as 31-year-old Andre Bing, the city of Chesapeake tweeted. “He was armed with one handgun and had multiple magazines on his person,” the statement from the city said. Bing was an overnight “team lead” for the Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, the source familiar with the matter told CNN. Fellow employees described how a calm shift at the Walmart Supercenter turned into a night of horror, bloodshed and tragedy. The deadly rampage started around 10:12 p.m., less than an hour before the Walmart Supercenter was set to close. Employee Kevin Harper said he had just left the room when a colleague came in and started shooting. “I just left out the breakroom … (the gunman) starts cappin’ people up in there,” Harper said in a Facebook Live video. The video is no longer on his Facebook page, but it has been re-shared on social media. “He came in there and just started spraying,” Harper said. “I’m sorry for the victims.” The...
    THE VIEW’s Whoopi Goldberg slammed Joy Behar on Wednesday for her rude behavior during a segment about the Walmart shooting. The moderator, 67, couldn’t believe what the panelist, 80, was doing as they opened the show on a sensitive note. 4Whoopi Goldberg snapped at Joy Behar on Wednesday's episode of The ViewCredit: ABC 4The veteran panelist guiltily admitted to eating during a sensitive show segmentCredit: ABC Wednesday’s episode of The View saw the women arrive on set to a huge Thanksgiving feast laid out on the table. Whoopi opened the show by telling the audience that she was looking out for any breaking developments in the Chesapeake Walmart shooting, in which a manager gunned down six people on Tuesday. “Please don’t forget those who are not going to be as fortunate and really try to be thankful because tomorrow is never promised,” she said sincerely. “It’s a Thanksgiving show and we want to be up and rolling with it but it’s very hard to start these shows sometimes…” Read more The ViewWOWIE WHOOPI The View fans shocked as A-list actress...
    WALMART shoppers ran for cover as an armed gunman opened fire on the crowd. As police investigated the matter, it turns out the shooter was a manager at that very store. Who was the Chesapeake Walmart shooter Andre Bing? In the wake of the Chesapeake Walmart shooting in Virginia, the assailant behind the horrific ordeal was revealed to be a man named Andre Bing. Walmart confirmed Bing as the shooter and told The U.S. Sun: "The alleged shooter has been identified as Andre Bing. "We can confirm that he was a Walmart associate. Andre’s position with the company was overnight team lead and he’s been employed with us since 2010. "We are focused on doing everything we can to support our associates and their families at this time." Read More Walmart shootingTHANKSGIVING MASSACRE Seven shot dead in Walmart after ‘store manager opened fire''KILLER' NAMED Walmart suspect who 'shot dead 8 before killing himself' is identified In an interview with Good Morning America, Bing's co-workers recalled what happened the night of the shooting and what it was like to worth with...
    [Breaking news update, published at 12:30 p.m. ET] The Walmart manager who killed six people and himself in a Tuesday night mass shooting has been identified as 31-year old Andre Bing, according to two law enforcement sources, a witness and a source familiar with the matter. Bing was a “team lead” for the Chesapeake, Virginia, Walmart’s overnight shift, the source familiar with the matter told CNN. Police have yet to publicly identify the shooter, telling reporters this morning they had not reached any next of kin. But Chesapeake Police Chief Mark Solesky said the shooter was an employee of the store. The police department did not respond to a request for comment about the identity of the shooter. [Full story, below] The gunman who killed six people at a Walmart in Virginia was a store manager, a source familiar with the case told CNN. The manager, who was known as an overnight “team lead” for the store in Chesapeake, had worked at the Walmart since 2010, the source said. The motive behind the massacre remains a mystery. Investigators believe the...
    The gunman who killed six people at a Walmart in Virginia on Tuesday night was an employee at the store, Chesapeake Police Chief Mark Solesky said Wednesday. Police believe the gunman died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, Solesky said. But his identity has not been released because his next of kin has not been notified. The motive behind the massacre remains a mystery. At least four people remain hospitalized Wednesday, the police chief said. Solesky said he did not know the conditions of the patients. Investigators swept the store overnight into Wednesday, searching for victims or people who may have been hiding, Chesapeake Police spokesperson Leo Kosinski told CNN earlier. Investigators believe the shooter opened fire on other employees in a break room, a law enforcement source told CNN. Officers responded to the Walmart around 10:12 p.m. — less than an hour before it was set to close. The shooting, which came two days ahead of Thanksgiving as customers were doing last-minute shopping, is yet another instance of how gun violence erupts in American life in places traditionally seen as...
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. —  In its most trying hour, as an armed assailant waged war on its patrons, Club Q remained what its clientele has long cherished, and what queer bars everywhere have been for generations: a source of kindness and community, where people look out for one another. After Ed Sanders was shot in the back and leg, he collapsed to the floor beside the bar, next to a woman he didn’t know. Sanders, 63, covered her with his coat in an attempt to shield her from whatever onslaught might come next, he said in an interview from his bed at UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central in Colorado Springs. Once others in the crowd took down the shooter, more patrons rushed forward to help the wounded, he said. “There was a lot of people helping each other. People who weren’t hit were helping,” said Sanders, who has been going to the club since its opening night two decades ago. “Just like a family would do.” Amid stories of heartbreak and devastation from Saturday night’s shooting, which left five dead and...
    [Breaking news update, published at 4:44 a.m. ET] At least six people were killed in a shooting at a Walmart in Virginia, the city of Chesapeake said in an update on Twitter. The shooter is also dead, the update said. [Original story, published at 3:56 a.m. ET] A shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, Tuesday night left multiple people dead and injured, police said. Officers responded to the store less than an hour before closing around 10:12 p.m. and found the victims and evidence of a shooting, Chesapeake Police public information officer Leo Kosinski told CNN. Details on exactly how many people were killed or injured likely won’t be available until later Wednesday because investigators were still sweeping the store overnight to look for additional victims or people who may be hiding, Kosinski said. Earlier, he said police believe the number of fatalities is “less than ten.” Five patients were being treated at Sentara General Hospital in nearby Norfolk, Virginia, a spokesperson for Sentara Healthcare told CNN affiliate WTKR. An update on their conditions was not immediately available. “We’re...
    A shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, Tuesday night left multiple people dead and injured, police said. Officers responded to the store less than an hour before closing around 10:12 p.m. and found the victims and evidence of a shooting, Chesapeake Police public information officer Leo Kosinski told CNN. Details on exactly how many people were killed or injured likely won’t be available until later Wednesday because investigators were still sweeping the store overnight to look for additional victims or people who may be hiding, Kosinski said. Earlier, he said police believe the number of fatalities is “less than ten.” Five patients were being treated at Sentara General Hospital in nearby Norfolk, Virginia, a spokesperson for Sentara Healthcare told CNN affiliate WTKR. An update on their conditions was not immediately available. “We’re just a couple hours past the initial incident, so everything is very fluid, very new right now,” Kosinski said. A news conference was scheduled for 8 a.m. ET Wednesday, the city of Chesapeake said on Twitter. The shooter is believed to be among the dead, Kosinski said,...
    By Elizabeth Wolfe and Dakin Andone | CNN The suspect in a shooting at a Colorado LGBTQ nightclub this weekend has been identified as Anderson Lee Aldrich, who police say walked into Club Q in Colorado Springs and immediately opened fire, killing five people and injuring at least 19 others. Aldrich, 22, faces five counts of first-degree murder and five counts of a bias-motivated crime causing bodily injury in connection to the shooting, according to an online docket in the El Paso County Courts. The suspect was taken into police custody and was being treated at a hospital, police said, adding officers did not shoot at him. Aldrich remained hospitalized as of late Monday morning, when Colorado Springs Police Chief Adrian Vasquez said the suspect had not made any statements to police, despite their attempts to interview him for the investigation. “I haven’t heard that he has not been cooperative, just simply that he has determined not to speak to investigators,” Vasquez said, adding he expected charges would be formally filed “relatively soon after” Aldrich is released from the hospital....
    Just before midnight on Saturday, a gunman entered Club Q, killing five people and wounding 25 others in Colorado Springs. The mass shooting at the gay nightclub is at least the 11th in Colorado since 1993. The shooting occurred minutes before Transgender Day of Remembrance began and as homophobic rhetoric by extremists, politicians and pundits has intensified. Officials identified the five victims of the shooting on Monday.. Daniel Davis Aston Daniel Davis Aston was 28 years old when he died in the Club Q shooting. His parents said he “touched a lot of lives in such a short period of time.” Aston was a transgender man and a bartender at the club. Read more about Aston’s story here. Derrick Rump “Very sunshiny, warm and generous.” That’s how friends of Derrick Rump described the Club Q bartender who died in Saturday’s shooting. Rump was once rooted in Pennsylvania as a 2002 graduate of Kutztown Area Senior High School. Eventually making his way to Colorado, where he most recently worked as a bartender at Club Q. Read more of Rump’s story here. Kelly...
    TWO men have been killed after gunfire erupted outside a shopping mall in Renton. Cops raced to the scene shortly after 2.30pm to reports of shots fired outside the Regal Cinemas at The Landing shopping mall. 2Two people have been killed in a shooting in Renton 2Cops raced to the scene outside The Landing mall When officers arrived, they found two men dead. Detective Robert Onishi said: "We have eyewitness accounts that… the first man pulled out a gun, shot the second multiple times, then walked a short distance away. "And then he shot himself and both were pronounced dead at the scene." Eyewitness Patrick Ward told KIRO 7: "It was inital panic… no one knows what’s going on. "Ladies were screaming, saying, you know, 'you need to run, there’s an active shooter'." This is a developing story... The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here,...
    Instead, the man got something out of his truck and returned to the door, the station said. "I was right up against the door looking out as I saw his back and his frame, and then I started to back up," the homeowner told KOCO. "He kicked the door in. It hit me in the face. I pushed it back up against him, backed up and continued to back up." He added to the station that he didn't begin firing "until I saw his feet come in over my doorway." KFOR-TV reported observing at least a dozen shell casings scattered across the home’s floor. A next-door neighbor recounted to KFOR that he heard "pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop. I mean, just, you know, as quick as someone could squeeze the trigger. I mean, it happened so fast ... I walked outside and could smell gunpowder right away.”'I did the right thing'Chickasha police told KOCO the case is still under investigation, and they aren't releasing the name of the fatally shot man until his family...
    Five people were killed and dozens more injured in a mass shooting at the gay nightclub Club Q over the weekend. The suspect, Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, was taken into custody at the scene and charged with murder and hate crimes. Here is what we know so far about the victims. Four victims have been identified so far. Daniel Aston, in an undated photo. Daniel Aston was one of five people killed when a gunman opened fire in a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs on Nov. 19.(Courtesy of Jeff Aston via Associated Press) Daniel Aston Aston, a 28-year-old transgender man, was also a bartender at Club Q. His death was confirmed to the Associated Press by his mother, Sabrina Aston. “We are in shock, we cried for a little bit, but then you go through this phase where you are just kind of numb, and I’m sure it will hit us again,” Aston said. “I keep thinking it’s a mistake, they made a mistake, and that he is really alive,” she added. Aston helped new patrons...
    An attacker opened fire in a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs late Saturday, killing five people and wounding at least 25, officials said. The club said the suspect was subdued by patrons, and Colorado Springs police said he was taken into custody and hospitalized for treatment of his injuries. RELATED: Here’s where you can donate to Club Q victims, their families and survivors Here’s what we know about the suspect: Who is Anderson Lee Aldrich? Colorado Springs police Chief Adrian Vasquez identified the suspect as 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich at a news conference Sunday morning. Investigators recovered two guns on scene and said Aldrich used a long gun during the shooting, Vasquez said. Aldrich remains in a local hospital. Does Aldrich have a criminal history? Law enforcement officials said Aldrich’s “interactions with law enforcement” are part of the broader investigation, and they would not say if he’d previously been contacted by police. A man with the same name and matching age was arrested in June 2021 for threatening his mother with “a homemade bomb, multiple weapons and ammunition,” according to...
    Elon Musk has doubled down on his refusal to allow broadcaster and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones back on Twitter. Billionaire Musk, who now owns the tech giant, first shut down users who called for Jones to be reinstated on Friday. But when pressed late last night to justify his decision, Musk pointed to Jones' denial of the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting, in which 20 children and six adult staff members were gunned down in cold blood. 'My firstborn child died in my arms. I felt his last heartbeat,' Musk retorted, referencing the passing of his son Nevada in 2002 at just 10 weeks old.  'I have no mercy for anyone who would use the deaths of children for gain, politics or fame.' Jones, an outspoken conspiracy theorist, gained huge notoriety after he claimed the 2012 massacre in Connecticut was a hoax staged as part of a government plot to take away Americans' guns. In a video in which he described himself as 'the most controversial figure in the world', Jones said he did not blame Musk for not allowing him...
    A gunman opened fire at Club Q, a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs late Saturday night, killing five people and wounding at least 25 before patrons subdued him. Related Articles Crime and Public Safety | 5 dead, 25 hurt in Colorado Springs gay nightclub shooting, police say Crime and Public Safety | East Bay police seek suspect in hate-crime assault on store employee Crime and Public Safety | Report: At least 32 transgender people killed in US in 2022 Crime and Public Safety | Concord set to celebrate ‘Transgender Day of Remembrance’ this Sunday Crime and Public Safety | San Diego officials launch ‘United Against Hate’ week campaign
    THIS WEEKEND was a bloodbath in many U.S. towns, as 21 people were killed from gun violence across the country. Seattle, Colorado Springs, New York and other cities have been plagued by gun violence and deaths in a weekend marking the 601st mass shooting of 2022. 3Club Q was targeted by a gunman who killed 5 people, including two beloved bartendersCredit: AP 3A 22-year-old gunman opened fire in the gay before he was subdued by patronsCredit: AP Colorado Springs: LGTBQ Club Targeted Five people are dead after a gunman entered a popular gay club, Club Q, in Colorado Springs Saturday night. Patrons of the club apprehended the gunman and beat him with his weapon, according to witnesses. In a statement released by the venue, the actions of patrons to stop the gunman were praised: "Club Q is devastated by the senseless attack on our community. Our prays and thoughts are with all the victims and their families and friends," the club wrote in a Facebook post. "We thank the quick reactions of heroic customers that subdued the gunman...
    Andy Cohen shared a heartfelt message with his fans on Sunday in reference to the devastating shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs. On Sunday, the 54-year-old reality television personality wrote to his 4.9M followers that his heart broke 'for the victims in Colorado.' 'My blood boils thinking about the many, many elected Republicans who foment hatred against LGBTQ people on a daily basis and then wash their hands of these attacks,' he wrote on his Instagram Story. Devastated: Andy Cohen shared a heartfelt message with his fans on Sunday in reference to the recent shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs; seen in March 2022 'The end result of dehumanizing an entire group of people is violence. Always. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Andy Cohen is every inch the doting father as he poses for... Andy Cohen apologizes to Garcelle Beauvais for laughing when... Share this article Share 'We don't know the victims' names yet but I feel like I know them already. They could have been my friends. I hope next...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi marked Transgender Remembrance Day by tearing into MAGA Republicans and implicating them in the Colorado LBGTQ night club shooting that left five dead overnight.  Five people died when a 22-year-old opened fire at Club Q in Colorado Springs Saturday night, and 18 others were injured.  'As our nation marks Transgender Day of Remembrance, the House Democratic Caucus mourns the countless Americans stolen away by the scourge of transphobic violence, a crisis that continues to disproportionately harm trans people of color,' Pelosi said in a statement.  Pelosi, who is stepping down from Democratic leadership in January, went on: 'That fight remains more urgent than ever, as right-wing extremists target transgender Americans' most fundamental rights and freedoms. Whether spouting dangerous rhetoric from cable news desks or openly bullying schoolchildren from the halls of power, MAGA Republicans are cruelly undermining the safety and well-being of our transgender community.' 'As our nation marks Transgender Day of Remembrance, the House Democratic Caucus mourns the countless Americans stolen away by the scourge of transphobic violence, a crisis that continues to disproportionately harm trans...
    Outgoing United States House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) on Sunday condemned violent right-wing rhetoric following Saturday night's massacre at Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colorado that left five people dead and eighteen others injured. It was the 601st mass shooting of 2022. Sunday is Transgender Day of Remembrance, which honors the lives of trans victims of hate crimes. Pelosi said in a statement published by her office that "as our nation marks Transgender Day of Remembrance, the House Democratic Caucus mourns the countless Americans stolen away by the scourge of transphobic violence, a crisis that continues to disproportionately harm trans people of color. Today, and every day, let us offer comfort to grieving loved ones, honor the memory of those killed and continue fighting to save lives from the wicked forces of hate." READ MORE: Update: Suspect named in mass shooting at Colorado gay nightclub that killed at least five Pelosi specifically mentioned Ex-President Donald Trump's Make America Great Again movement, which is a cesspool of conspiracy theories, propaganda, and vitriol that frequently scapegoats LGBTQ+ individuals and communities:...
    Thomas Peipert/AP Fight disinformation: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news that matters.A gunman opened fire at a Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightclub late Saturday night, killing five people and injuring at least 18 others. The suspect began firing with a long rifle as soon as he entered Club Q close to midnight, according to early reports. Officials said that two people inside the club, including a possible combat veteran, subdued the attacker before police arrived. “Their actions clearly saved lives,” said Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers at a Sunday press conference. Officials said they are investigating whether the shooting was a hate crime. Club Q hosted a “Drag Divas” event on Saturday night, and was planning to host a musical drag brunch and evening drag show on Sunday to honor the Transgender Day of Remembrance, though it’s unclear whether the attacker was aware of these events. Regardless, the horrific tragedy is likely to send shockwaves throughout the gay community. “This is our only safe space here in The Springs,” one man who was inside...
    The University of Virginia remains undecided whether to continue to its football season in the wat of the shooting that killed three of its players.  Linebacker D'Sean Perry and wide receivers Devin Chandler and Lavel Davis Jr. were shot and killed on a charter bus after getting back to campus from a class field trip to Washington, D.C.  Former player Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., 22, is accused of killing the three students and injuring two others.  In the wake of the tragedy, the team has yet to make a decision if it will continue with the scheduled football season.  'It will be a discussion with Coach and the team,' athletic director Carla Williams said Tuesday during a press conference alongside head coach Tony Elliott.  'Obviously they're going through a lot, and we want to make sure they're involved as well. We'll use our best judgment, but it will be soon. We'll make a decision soon.' Wide receivers Devin Chandler (left) and  Lavel Davis Jr. (right) were killed on Sunday along with linebacker D'Sean Perry (center). They had just returned to Virginia...
    [Breaking news update at 8:09 p.m. ET] Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., the suspect in Sunday’s fatal shooting at the University of Virginia, was on a class field trip with the victims before the shooting occurred, a UVA spokesperson says. UVA Spokesperson Brian Coy told CNN Tuesday night that Jones was on the bus returning from a trip to Washington, DC, where the class had seen a play. [Previous story, published at 7:56 p.m. ET] The last 24 hours have felt like a nightmare for University of Virginia head coach Tony Elliott, the entire football team and campus, the coach said Tuesday during a news conference. “I’m ready for somebody to pinch me and wake me up and say this didn’t happen,” Elliott said, speaking publicly for the first time since three of his players were fatally shot late Sunday. “Today was much better, we were able to transition from the pain to finding a little bit of joy in celebrating the lives of Lavel, D’Sean and Devin,” Elliott said. The deaths of players Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr. and D’Sean...
    Robb Elementary School, the site of one of the worst school shootings in American history, will be replaced by a new facility located nearly two miles away in a project that will cost $50 million. On May 24, crazed gunman Salvador Ramos, 18, shot and killed 19 students and two teachers at the school in Uvalde, Texas. Ramos was later taken down by a a border patrol agent.   The school has been permanently closed since the shooting occurred. The plans for the new facility were presented at a public meeting held by the Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation on Monday night. According to ABC News, the school will feature 39 classrooms across three grades in addition to multiple science and art labs as well as 14 special education classrooms.  The new school will neighbor Dalton Elementary, a pre-K through second-grade school.  The site has numerous pluses, including road access and access to water and energy. One drawback to the proposed site is the presence of just one tree on the grounds.  The proposal will be presented to the Uvalde School District...