We’re continuing to compile essential coverage of Sunday’s massacre in Orlando, Florida, and its repercussions. We’ll continue to collect the best work explaining the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. If you have something you think we should include, tweet us @reveal or find us on Facebook.
The New York Times looks at the FBI’s earlier investigation into shooter Omar Mateen.
The shooter’s wife reportedly knew about his plot, according to The Huffington Post.
A survivor of the attack says that during the attack, Mateen told them that he “didn’t have a problem with black people.”
Caring for the survivors
Medical staff look for ways to improve trauma care during mass shootings, from The New York Times.
Fusion looks at the additional burden on undocumented families in the aftermath of the Orlando shootings.
Making sense of the horror
The Washington Post features memories of those killed in the attack.
The Huffington Post asks how to move forward if Mateen was, indeed, gay.
BuzzFeed compiled reflections from the LGBT community on queer bars as places of security.
The gun debate
Donald Trump shifts position on gun purchases by those on watch lists.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch calls for a new discussions on gun laws.
Focusing on the AR-15 as the main target of gun control misses a larger point, from The Washington Post
Foreign Policy asks if there are any more “lone wolf” attackers in an age of ISIS.
ISIS supporters call for further attacks on the West.