Sandy Hook Elementary School
Shooting survivor Gabrielle Giffords made an emotional appearance before Congress on Jan. 30, urging stricter gun control after 20 innocent children and six teachers were slaughtered at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Speaking haltingly and bravely, former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, 42, demanded that Congress act now to protect our nation’s children from being gunned down by assault weapons.
Seven Newtown police officers, who were the first responders to the tragic Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, have spoken out to the press for the first time since that horrific day. Read the emotional words they kept repeating to comfort the shaken little kids.
“We drove as fast as we’ve ever driven,” Newtown police officer Michael McGowan told the New York Times. McGowan and fellow officer William Chapman made the two-mile drive from their station to Sandy Hook Elementary School in under three minutes. They weren’t prepared for what they, and five other officers, were about to witness that would change their lives forever.
Neil Heslin, who lost his son Jesse durring the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, was heckled by pro-gun activists when he testified during a local hearing on firearm control.
An emotional Neil Heslin, who lost his 6-year-old son Jesse on Dec. 14 during the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, stood in front of a state legislative subcommittee hearing in Hartford, Conn. on Jan. 28 and delivered an emotional testimony that questioned the need for semiautomatic rifles in the hands of civilians.
A shocking new commercial by the National Rifle Association of America accuses President Obama of being a hypocrite because his daughters are protected by armed security, but kids in schools today aren’t. Watch the controversial ad.
In a preemptive response to Barack Obama‘s proposals for stricter gun laws following the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the NRA released a shocking new ad that calls the president an “elitist hypocrite.”
Just 33 days after the Sandy Hook massacre, President Obama told Congress they must put children’s safety ahead of a triple-A rating from the NRA in his press conference proposing gun control measures.
President Barack Obama spoke at a press conference on Jan. 16, specifically addressing gun control after the senseless Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on Dec. 14. Along with this proposal, he said that we have an “obligation to try” to save lives.
One month after the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., the school’s choir teamed up with Grammy-nominated singer Ingrid Michaelson to record a touching tribute for the lives lost. Watch the emotional video.
Some students at Sandy Hook Elementary School are paying tribute their fallen classmates and teachers, who died on Dec. 14 during the tragic shooting at their school in Newtown, Conn., with a beautiful rendition of the Wizard of Oz classic, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
Kyle Bangayan, 24, will not face any charges after allegedly posting threatening messages on Facebook about committing a school shooting like Sandy Hook — and police found nine firearms in his possession.
As the nation mourned the loss of the 20 children killed by Adam Lanza at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14, Kyle Bangayan, 24, allegedly made similar threats of his own against Los Angeles schools — but will not be prosecuted for the crimes.
Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza opened fire at specific cars in the school parking lot before the devastating Dec. 14 massacre. Could he have been targeting specific teachers in the attack?
As police continue to examine evidence in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting that killed 26 people on Dec. 14, more questions surface if shooter Adam Lanza was targeting one of the teachers he killed in the devastating massacre.
A new picture has been released that shows the awful moment where President Barack Obama first heard about the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. So sad.
Three weeks after the horrific Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, a new photo has been revealed that shows President Barack Obama standing in the oval office as he learns the news that 26 innocent victims had been killed in the awful shooting. The photo was released on Jan. 3 by the White House, and it shows President Obama standing with his head bowed on what he calls the “worse day of my presidency.”
It was an emotional day for the Sandy Hook Elementary School parents, students and teachers who gathered together for the very first day of school since that horrific Dec. 14 tragedy. HollyBaby.com has all the EXCLUSIVE details on their courageous reunion.
The town of Newtown is strong and resilient, and today Jan.3, the families and teachers of Sandy Hook Elementary School returned to school with courage, strength and unity, knowing that together they will heal and move forward.
Sandy Hook Elementary School mother Karen Dryer shares her emotional and uncanny story that saved her 5-year-old son’s life from that horrific Dec. 14 shootings. HollyBaby.com has all the EXCLUSIVE details on her extraordinary son.
Karen Dryer‘s worst nightmare started to unravel when her young son Logan Dryer, 5, became so anxiety ridden when he went to kindergarten at Sandy Hook Elementary School that she decided to pull him out of school just two weeks before the deadly massacre.
The students, parents, and teachers of Sandy Hook Elementary School attended an open house today, Jan. 2, where they were given a tour of their new school. HollyBaby.com has all the EXCLUSIVE details inside the emotional reunion.
School officially begins tomorrow, Jan. 3, but Sandy Hook Elementary School families and teachers joined together at their new school location in nearby Monroe, Conn., where they shared tears of sorrow and tears of joy.
Less than a month after the tragic Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, students reluctantly prepare to resume classes on Jan. 3 in the repurposed Chalk Hill Middle School in a nearby town. Counselors are available on site to help the terrified children get back to ‘normal.’
Sandy Hook Elementary School students have not been in class since Dec. 16, when Adam Lanza tragically shot up the school with a deadly rein of bullets that killed 27 people. Now, students in grades K-4 are preparing to go back to school on Jan. 3 — and faculty and administrators are focused on making the students feel as back to normal as possible.
President Obama tells ‘Meet The Press’ that he wants gun control and will stand behind a ban on assault weapons, following the Sandy Hook Elementary Massacre that occurred on Dec. 14.
President Barack Obama is vowing to rally the American people around his agenda to ban assault weapons and high capacity clips or magazine, according to a new interview with Meet The Press that aired on Dec. 30.
A Connecticut attorney is blaming the state for the brutal massacre that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14. He wants to sue the state for $100 million on behalf of one of the students who survived the shooting.
Irving Pinsky filed legal documents on Thursday Dec. 27 with the Claims Commissioner, seeking permission to sue the state of Connecticut on behalf of a 6-year-old Sandy Hook Elementary School student, who survived the shootings, according to a new report.
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