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Looking the Orlando Shooter in the Eyes  

Tiara Parker was trapped inside a bathroom stall at the Pulse nightclub when she locked eyes with Omar Mateen. She and her cousin Akyra Murray were among those shot.

‘Like Time Just Stopped’  

Joshua D. Stephany, the chief medical examiner of Orange County, Fla., oversaw the autopsy process following the mass shooting in Orlando. He visited the scene, which he described as “almost surreal.”

A Portrait of Grief in Orlando  

Ashley Summers was at the Pulse nightclub when an assailant began shooting. She tells her story and reflects on the trauma the attack has left on her Florida community.

A Year Alongside Omar Mateen  

Daniel Gilroy, a former co-worker of Omar Mateen, describes what he calls “unstable” and at times frightening behavior.

Talking About the Orlando Gunman  

Early on June 12, Omar Mateen entered the nightclub Pulse and opened fire, killing 49 and wounding dozens. Family members and others who knew Mr. Mateen are opening up about him.

13 Deadliest Shootings in America  

The mass shooting in Orlando, Fla., was the worst in U.S. history. Every year, hundreds die in similar episodes. These are some of the deadliest.

A Day of Mourning for the Gay Community  

In support of the victims of the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., hundreds gathered outside the Stonewall Inn in New York, where a riot in 1969 helped launch the gay rights movement.

Timeline of Orlando Nightclub Attack  

A gunman killed 50 people and wounded 53 more in an attack at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., early Sunday.

Disaster Control  

In 1966, a B-52 bomber on a Cold War nuclear patrol exploded over Spain, releasing four hydrogen bombs. Fifty years later, Air Force veterans involved with the cleanup are sick and want recognition.

Responding to Christina Grimmie's Death  

The police chief in Orlando, Fla., discussed the fatal shooting of Ms. Grimmie, a former contestant on the TV singing contest “The Voice,” and a fan recalled seeing the performer shortly before the attack happened after a concert Friday.

Fans Remember Ali’s Complicated Legacy  

Fans, peers and family members of Muhammad Ali's reacted to his death and reflected on his contributions to sports and society over the past week.

A Weekend in Chicago  

Over Memorial Day weekend, 64 people were shot in Chicago, six fatally. Our team of journalists tracked the violence that has engulfed families and neighborhoods. Note: This video contains profanity.

Muhammad Ali: ‘What’s My Name?’  

The three-time world champion boxer Muhammad Ali has died. Current and former New York Times reporters and columnists talk about their memories of him and how he became an international icon.

Donald Trump’s Constitutional Worldview  

Donald J. Trump’s attacks on the press and the judicial system are evidence to some people of his bracing candor. But his comments also sketch out a worldview that many legal experts say is contemptuous of the First Amendment, the separation of powers and the rule of law.

GoPro Captures Jets in Action  

The Breitling Jet Group is the largest civilian air-show group in Europe. The reporter Alex Williams took a ride into the danger zone with them over Long Island Sound.

The Bomb Squad That Barks  

The Transportation Security Administration trains an average of 230 dogs a year to detect explosives at its center at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas.

Finally Saying Farewell  

A Massachusetts church had its final service, nearly 12 years after congregants began a round-the-clock vigil to prevent its closing.

A Look Back at Obama’s Visit to Vietnam  

President Obama made a three-day trip to Vietnam to improve the United States’ relations in Asia, addressing trade, China and civil liberties.

The Reaction to Trump and Women  

A recent New York Times article about Donald J. Trump’s behavior toward women inspired a passionate online debate about workplace ethics and claims of sexism. Here are a few readers’ comments.

Caitlyn Jenner Meets Her Critics  

The reality star and transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner, who has been denounced for her politics by the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, visited a high school in Brooklyn with Nicholas Kristof to meet some of her critics.

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