FBI: Gunman Acted Alone In Congressional Baseball Practice ShootingTim Slater, the special agent in charge of the Washington FBI office, also said that James T. Hodgkinson did not have any ties to terrorism.
Virginia Shooter's Neighbors: "He Would Treat You Really Jerky"“I go there quite a bit ... and if you didn’t sign up with him, he would treat you really jerky,” Jack McClenahan said of James Hodgkinson.
Congressional Charity Baseball Game To Go On After Shooting Spree At PracticeLawmakers said, despite the bloodshed on Wednesday, the annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity must go on.
Shooter Disappeared From Illinois After Erratic BehaviorJames Hodgkinson appears to have had a legal firearms owners identification (FOID) card, despite numerous misdemeanor cases such as a 2006 domestic battery that included the aggravated discharge of a firearm. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
Rauner and Other Illinois Elected Officials React To Virginia ShootingIllinois elected officials took to social media to praise first responders and express condolences to Congressman Steve Scalise, who was shot in Virginia.
James Hodgkinson: 5 Things To Know About Alleged Virginia Shooting SuspectHere are five things to know about the man suspected of shooting a congressman and others at a congressional baseball practice in Virginia.
Rep. Rodney Davis: "This Would Have Been A Massacre" If Not For Capitol PoliceRep. Rodney Davis, a Republican from Taylorville, Ill., said he was at bat when a gunman opened fire at a congressional baseball practice.
Suspect In Shooting At Congressional Baseball Practice Dead, From Illinois The man suspected of shooting a congressman and others at a congressional baseball practice is from Illinois, according to the Washington Post and CBS News.
GOP Congressman, Several Others Shot At Baseball Practice In VirginiaRep. Steve Scalise was among at least five people wounded when a gunman opened fire at a congressional baseball practice.