President Obama Becomes 'Consoler-in-Chief' Again, Calls Orlando an 'Act of Hate' - New York Magazine

“Four days ago, this community was shaken by an evil and hateful act,” President Obama began, speaking to the press in Orlando Thursday afternoon. “Today, we are reminded of what is good. That there is compassion, and empathy, and decency, and most ...

Obama, Biden Grieve With Orlando Victims' Families - Newsweek

President Barack Obama on Thursday met survivors of a massacre at an Orlando gay nightclub and relatives of the 49 people killed and said the United States must act to control gun violence and fight what he called homegrown terrorism. "I held and ...

After Orlando, let's get logical about guns - Charlotte Observer

There's been movement this week in the U.S. Senate on a pair of sensible gun control measures. It's not a lot of movement, mind you, but it's enough to ask lawmakers why they can't logically do more. Here's what's happening: Senate Democrats, after a ...

Obama: Orlando victims' families pleaded with me to stop the violence - CNN

(CNN) President Barack Obama said Thursday that grief-filled parents in Orlando pleaded with him to take steps preventing the kind of gun violence that took their children. But he acknowledged, exasperatedly, that he could offer them few promises.

Obama is still in denial about terror in Orlando - New York Post

President Barack Obama leaves the podium after speaking about the massacre at an Orlando nightclub during a news conference at the White House in Washington on Sunday, June 12, 2016. AP. President Obama proved Thursday that when it comes to ...