Despite men coming forward to say the killer of 49 people flirted with them or engaged in sex with them, investigators say they haven't found any clues to support their claims.
A tweet gone viral, titled the "Gay Agenda," shows a rainbow-colored to-do list: "Legalize gay marriage," "Watch Golden Girls" and "Take down the NRA."
While not dismissing or confirming reports the Orlando gunman had engaged in same-sex relationships, the A.G. declared "this was clearly an act of terror and an act of hate."
President Obama called the attack "an act of hate" and challenged those who oppose gun restrictions to meet with families of victims.
Nearly one year after the horrific mass shooting at a South Carolina church that took her mother, two cousins and six others, Rev. Sharon Risher joined gun control advocates on Capitol Hill.
Watch the president angrily denounce the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, then Trump tell a North Carolina rally Obama should have saved that outrage for the Orlando killer.
Although the House speaker was quick to criticize the president, he broke with Donald Trump in declaring, "I do not think a Muslim ban is in our country's interests."