Law enforcement officials tell NPR that the suspect in Saturday's Arizona shooting rampage went to a store that morning to get prints made of photographs he had taken of himself posing with guns.Those officials, who have knowledge of what's shown in photographs, say that Jared Loughner took them eit
"A wildlife officer pulled over the suspect in the assassination attempt against an Arizona congresswoman less than three hours before the deadly attack," the Associated Press writes.The wire service adds that:"Jared Loughner ran a red light but was let off with a warning at 7:30 a.m.
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY), one of the fiercest gun-control advocates in Congress, told NPR's Steve Inskeep that she will introduce legislation to outlaw the kinds of high-capacity ammunition magazines used in Saturday's shootings."We're not dealing about guns here," she said.
Jared Loughner has made his first court appearance and has been ordered held without bail as the federal case against him in the killings of six people and wounding of 14 others in Tucson, Ariz., on Saturday gets underway.During a short appearance before federal Magistrate Judge Lawrence Anderson in
"Something had to be done," 71-year-old retired Army Col. Bill Badger told ABC-TV's Good Morning America today about his role in stopping the gunman who killed six people and wounded another 14 Saturday in Tucson, Ariz., at a community event held by Democratic Rep.