The FBI interviewed Mateen over his links to Moner Mohammad Abu-Salha but took no action
Candlelight vigils were held in New York City, Chicago, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Boston, New Orleans, San Diego, Glasgow, Sydney, London, Paris, Rome, Sao Paulo, Bangkok, Mumbai, Berlin, Seoul - need I go on?
Authorities said they do not believe there is any imminent threat to the public
'I just heard him laugh, then he disappeared into the other room and kept going'
As yet, there appears no evidence that the gunman underwent serious Islamist indoctrination - but Isis is the great beneficiary of the publicity
An FBI investigation is underway but there was no indication of accomplices inside the club
Her brother has thanked fans for the messages he has received after her tragic death
From emotional reflection to total frustration, Mr Obama’s response to mass shootings in the United States has markedly changed.
Officers exchanged fire with the suspect after he opened fire on the gay nightclub after 2 am
Officials later announced the son died during the attack.
Orlando police confirm there are 'multiple injuries' and warn the public to stay away from the area
Davies’ hero traverses a kaleidoscopic series of derangements, each with its own vividly-characterised musical colouring
America’s top law enforcement official has condemned the “Stand Your Ground” laws spotlighted by the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin and the subsequent trial of his killer, George Zimmerman.
Man identified as Ibragim Todashev, who reportedly knew Tamerlan Tsarnaev as both were mixed martial-arts fighters
Mitt Romney spent the eve of the election completing a frantic dash across four swing states that could still provide him with a narrow path to the White House, insisting to supporters that America is "one day away from a new beginning, one day from a fresh start."
This picture is the Rorschach test of US election images. By staring deeply into it and then reporting your impression, without self-censorship, you can tell what you really think about the elections and who will ultimately win next Tuesday.