A court found that the incident was not "international terrorism."
The entrepreneur hopes to make traveling to the final frontier a reality for all.
The president heralded the legislation but also noted that commemorations of tragedies bring back horrifying memories for survivors.
We must do more than remember the tragedy, the president says; we must address gun violence and anti-LGBTQ+ hate.
Five years later, the agony remains.
Making the designation, through a bill passed by Congress and expected to be signed by President Biden, is "absolutely the right thing to do," says U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla.
Just a day after he signed an anti-trans bill into law, the governor used his veto power to deny funding to LGBTQ+ services, including mental health care for survivors of the Pulse tragedy.