Thirty-seven year old Jeff Rodriguez was one of the 53 people wounded last month at Pulse night club.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with NPR's Dina Temple-Raston about the latest developments.
Religious leaders have expressed solidarity with the LGBT community. But in most cases, their faith doctrines condemn homosexuality.
CNN's Juana Summers and ABC's Rick Klein discuss where the Trump, Clinton and Sanders campaigns are now, on gun control and terrorism.
Millions of dollars are pouring into various funds to help the families of the victims and the survivors of the Pulse nightclub attack.
Torrington, Connecticut native Kimberly Morris was among the 49 people killed last Sunday at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando.
There has been wall-to-wall coverage all week on a variety of shows, from cable news to late night television. But how are those decisions made?
NPR’s Nathan Rott joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss the potential impact of the week’s events on the city’s tourism industry.
The author talks with Here & Now's Robin Young about how the state will come to grips with the event and its aftermath.
Eddie Sotomayor was a trailblazer in the gay travel industry, organizing the first gay cruise to Cuba this year.
The grand jury is meeting to decide whether Noor Salman should be charged for failing to alert authorities that her husband was planning an attack.
The debate over guns is back in full swing, and Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd visited a gun shop outside Orlando to hear what gun users think.
The city has created the OneOrlandoFund to support victims, their families and the LGBT community. Disney has already donated $1 million.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Nicole Hockley and Mark Barden, who each lost children in the December 2012 Newtown attack.
The Virginia Democrat says the Pulse nightclub attack offers an opportunity to revisit issues like background checks and high capacity magazines.
Authorities acknowledge that such attacks are often difficult to prevent.
The La Vergne community remembered Luis Omar Ocasio-Capo during a tearful vigil.
For 10 months, Orlando shooter Omar Mateen was on two terrorism watch lists. But that did not stop him from buying guns.
The area is home to more than 300,000 Puerto Ricans.
We speak to Mirna Haidar, who works at the Muslim Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity.