Texts show the shooter's friends in disbelief.
The owner of a gun store in Florida is responding to last week's shooting in Chattanooga, Tennessee, which killed five service
Chattanooga shooter Mohammed Abdulazeez’s family is trying to shed light on his personal struggles with mental illness, drug and alcohol addiction.
His family said he abused drugs and alcohol, and a friend claims he hated ISIS.
Presidential candidate Jeb Bush says he wants to overturn the ban on arming military recruiters, a response to the killing of five servicemen in Chattanooga, Tennessee. In doing so, he'll undo a policy enacted under his dad's administration, back in 1992.
Hours before the Tennessee shooting that killed five U.S. servicemen, the suspected gunman texted his close friend a link to a long Islamic verse that included the line: "Whosoever shows enmity to a friend of Mine, then I have declared war against him."
Attack doesn't appear to have been inspired by ISIS
Raw cell phone video has emerged of the Thursday shooting spree that killed four Marines and wounded several others at two
The suspect in the shootings that left five people dead on Thursday in Chattanooga, Tennessee, has been identified as Muhammad