Alison Parker

After another televised slaying, the White House on Wednesday renewed the Obama administration's call for Congress to act on gun control.

The man suspected of killing two Virginia journalists during a live television broadcast once filed a lawsuit against a former employer

A misidentification of the alleged WDBJ shooter may have endangered the life of an innocent man.

Speaking on the Roanoke shooting that claimed the lives of two journalists, President Obama said gun-related incidents dwarf terrorism.

The suspected gunman who killed two journalists Wednesday morning may have been motivated by the Charleston AME shooting.

News reporter Alison Parker was shot and killed while interviewing a woman for WDBJ-TV, a CBS affiliate in Roanoke, VA.