Nov. 13, 2017
There have been at least 307 mass shootings in the U.S. in 2017. Media coverage of them is similar in many ways, but varies when it comes to the shooters.
Shooters’ mental health often makes headlines — but white shooters seem to receive more nuanced looks into their lives before they committed violent acts.
Hodgkinson shot Rep. Steve Scalise and three others at a congressional baseball practice in June before he died in a standoff with police.
St. Clair County Sheriff's Deparment/AP
Long killed three Baton Rouge police officers and wounded three others after writing a suicide note in July 2016. He was killed in the standoff.
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Cetin was standing trial for the September 2016 Cascade Mall shootings that killed five people in Washington before he died by suicide in jail in April 2017.
Washington State Patrol/AP
Paddock orchestrated the deadliest shooting in U.S. history, killing 58 people at a Las Vegas music festival in October before taking his own life.
Kelley, 26, targeted a small-town Texas church and its community when he killed 26 people in a November 2017 shooting.
Texas Department of Public Safety/AP