In the immediate moments after the Pulse shooting, The Advocate's journalists covered the tragedy in Orlando and its effects on LGBT people across the country.
Noor Salman's statements after the massacre at a gay nightclub — committed by her husband — indicate she knew exactly what was going to happen.
The Advocate is not publishing video of the attack, but there is concern others will.
Prosecutors showed jurors the dozens of people, mostly LGBT, killed by Omar Mateen, while his widow wept.
As the trial begins for the widow of shooter Omar Mateen, survivors of the massacre share their horror stories with the jury.
The widow of the man who killed 49 people at an Orlando gay club claims she didn't know the attack was coming, but she oddly told police Omar Mateen did not hate gay people.
The trial of Mateen's widow — accused of aiding a terrorist — will only delve into her role, if any, in the mass shooting, not the impetus of it.
Still reeling from Pulse, some queer gun control advocates say the measures don't go far enough; others are grateful for any movement.