Baffled police and FBI agents, still lacking a clear motive for the Las Vegas massacre of 58 people by a lone gunman five days ago.
Las Vegas officials have begun releasing the bodies of 58 people killed in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
The Las Vegas gunman stockpiled weapons and ammunition over decades, and meticulously planned the attack.
The FBI on Monday announced that they have discovered no connections between suspected Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock and Daesh.
At Least 58 people were killed, and hundreds more were wounded when a gunman fired on concertgoers from the nearby Mandalay Bay Resort.
Stephen Craig Paddock was a retired accountant who lived on a desert golf course in Mesquite Nevada
At first glance, it seemed Stephen Paddock, 64, was set for a quiet life in a desert retirement community near his beloved casinos where he bought a new home in 2015.