White House Reverses Decision, Allows U.S. Flags Lowered To Half Staff For Capital Gazette VictimsThe White House has reversed it's previous decision and now will lower the United States flag in honor of the Capital Gazette shooting victims.
Capital Gazette Workers To March On July FourthEmployees of the Capital Gazette will march in Annapolis' Fourth of July parade.
Overflow Crowd Gathers To Honor Slain Maryland Journalist Rob HiaasenAbout 500 relatives, friends and colleagues of slain journalist Rob Hiaasen gathered to remember the man who was one of five victims killed in last week's shooting at a Maryland newspaper.
Prosecutor: Capital Gazette Shooter Barricaded Exit Door; Faces 5 Murder CountsJarrod Ramos, the suspect in the shooting at the Capital Gazette, is charged with five counts of first-degree murder.
Maryland Flags Lowered To Half-Staff To Honor Capital Gazette VictimsGovernor Larry Hogan ordered Maryland flags to be lowered to half staff Friday in honor of the victims of the Capital Gazette shooting. 
Capital Gazette Shooting: UMD Journalism Lecturer, 2 Alumni Among VictimsUniversity of Maryland College Park journalism lecturer Rob Hiaasen, alumni Gerald Fischman and John McNamara were among those killed in the Capital Gazette shooting Thursday afternoon.
4 Journalists, 1 Staffer Killed In Shooting At Capital Gazette In AnnapolisFive employees of the Capital Gazette were killed when a sole gunman opened fire in their Annapolis newsroom Thursday afternoon.
What We Know | 5 Killed In Shooting At Capital Gazette In AnnapolisFive people are dead and two others are injured after a shooting at Annapolis newspaper The Capital Gazette.
NYPD Deploys Officers To Media Following Newspaper ShootingThe New York Police Department has deployed counterterrorism teams to media organizations in response to the shooting at a newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland.
Capital Gazette Reporter Shares Chilling Details Of ShootingA reporter at the Capital Gazette shared horrifying details of the deadly shooting in Annapolis Thursday afternoon.
Gunman Opens Fire In Texas High School, Killing 10 People, Wounding 10 OthersA 17-year-old armed with a shotgun and a pistol opened fire at a Houston-area high school Friday, killing 10 people, most of them students, authorities said.