The Washington Nationals will use Opening Day to honor people affected by the shooting at the nearby Washington Navy Yard, where a gunman killed 12 people in September.
An independent review triggered by the Washington Navy Yard killings last year says threats to Defense Department personnel and facilities increasingly are coming from within.
Heroes from one of the darkest days in Washington, D.C. are honored.
There’s disturbing new information about the Navy Yard shooter who killed 12 people in a rampage. Confidential medical files reveal doctors did not detect any mental health issues.
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, a military spokeswoman said Monday.
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.
A Hollywood actor and musician is performing for employees of the Washington Navy Yard.
The company that employed the Washington Navy Yard shooter pulled his access to classified material for two days in August when mental health problems became evident, but restored it quickly and never told Navy officials about the withdrawal, The Associated Press has learned.
Taking steps to recovery. An officer shot during the Navy Yard shooting risked his life helping others. Now the community is reaching out to support him.
A court-martial has been scheduled for February for a U.S. Naval Academy student accused of aggravated sexual assault.
A shocking new report reveals inadequate security at federal buildings. A government watchdog group says when a gunman killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard, its security guards weren’t properly trained for such an attack and that some guards at Maryland’s federal facilities aren’t either.
The names of the places are sadly familiar: Newtown, Aurora, Virginia Tech, Columbine, and Nickel Mines, Penn. After mass shootings made each of those names synonymous with tragedy, officials demolished, closed or altered the buildings where the killings took place to soften painful associations, especially among survivors.