Death Toll in Las Vegas Surpassed Years of Bloodshed for Some Cities

The death toll from last weekend's massacre in Las Vegas includes fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, teachers and off-duty first responders.And as investigators continued to process the massive crime scene, officials acknowledged that their work would be a long, laborious and emotional process."I don't know if I have words to describe what we're going through and what these poor, unfortunate victims are going through," Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval said during a news conference this week. "We're angry, we're grieving, confused. People are hurting."  Continue reading...

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