Pulse Nightclub

City of Orlando make public photos of Pulse aftermath

A law enforcement agent's protective helmet which shielded them from spraying ammunition.

The FBI has released very disturbing pictures from the Pulse Nightclub attack, the worst mass shooting in United States history, which took 49 innocent lives in June of 2016.

The photos were taken eight days after the attack, and depict the damage that was done to the building both inside and out as police tried to make their way in to help trapped patrons.

Orlando shooter's wife arrested by FBI

Noor Salman taken in custody by FBI to investigate her involvement with Pulse Nightclub shootings.

The wife of the Orlando Nightclub shooter has been arrested by the FBI in connection with the tragedy that took 49 innocent lives in June 2016.

Noor Salman was taken into custody at her San Francisco home said FBI spokesman Prentice Danner on Monday morning.

Officer who first responded to Pulse Nightclub killed in the line of duty

Master Sergeant Debra Clayton was killed in the line of duty on Monday, January 9, 2016.

Master Sergeant Debra Clayton, who was one of the first responders at the Pulse Nightclub shooting in June 2016, was shot and killed Monday night during an arrest attempt reports the Orlando Police Department (OPD). 

Her murderer was wanted for killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend and shooting her new boyfriend only three months previous.

City of Orlando buys 'Pulse,' will make it permanent memorial

Pulse nightclub purchased by City of Orlando. Will be turned into a permanent memorial.

The city of Orlando said they are going to buy the Pulse nightclub and turn it into a permanent memorial.

The city has reached a deal says Mayor Buddy Dyer to purchase the site for $2.25 million.

Forty-nine people were killed and 53 injured at Pulse on the morning of June 12, 2016.

This resulted in being North America’s deadliest mass shooting in modern history.