El Paso, Texas

This week's cover story comes on the heels of back-to-back mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas.
The president visited Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, both grieving after mass shootings this weekend, but he made much of the trip about himself.
Gilbert Serna ushered customers and colleagues to safety after a gunman opened fire at his Walmart store.
The former Texas congressman doubled down on his assertion that the president's racism "inspired" the mass shooting in his hometown.
A white supremacist manifesto allegedly written by the El Paso shooter used the same term to describe immigration.
El Paso is mourning victims of Saturday's shooting. But from September 1, it will be even easier to carry guns in Texas churches, schools, apartment buildings and disaster zones.
The shooter may have acted alone, but he is part of a network that stretches from Christchurch to Charlottesville.
Ruben Martinez III's is encouraging people from his hometown to do one act of kindness for each person who died at the Walmart shooting.
Reading from a teleprompter, the president incorrectly invoked the city of Toledo instead of Dayton, where nine people were killed this weekend.
After 29 people were killed in two deadly shootings this weekend, state Rep. Candice Keller blamed the violence on “homosexual marriage,” “drag queen advocates” and more.