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Obama: Keep Aurora In Hearts And Thoughts

President Obama cut short a campaign swing through Florida on Friday to talk about the deadly shooting in Aurora, Colo. A masked gunman killed 12 people during a screening of the new Batman movie early Friday.
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Federal Agencies Assist In Theater Investigation

A suspect is in custody following the mass shooting in a movie theater in Aurora, Colo. At least 12 people are dead. The suspect is said to have no ties to any terrorist groups.
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Police Swarm Shooting Suspect's Apartment

Authorities have converged on the Denver suburb of Aurora, Colo. Early Friday morning, a gunman opened fire in a movie theater showing the latest Batman flick. Police are looking for clues at the suspect's home.
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Authorities Converge On Shooting Suspect's Home

Steve Inskeep talks to local NBC reporter Jeremy Jojola about Friday's shooting at a theater in Aurora, Colo. To be on the safe side, neighbors were evacuated from the area near the suspect's apartment.
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Gunman Picks Off Theatergoers Trying To Escape

Authorities in Aurora, Colo., say a gunman wearing a gas mask set off an unknown gas and fired into the crowded movie theater. Police are searching the suspect's apartment.
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Chaos Reigned During Colo. Theater Shooting

In the Denver suburb of Aurora, a gunman opened fire in a packed movie theater where the new Batman film was premiering. So far, authorities confirm the deaths of 12 people. Many in the theater didn't register at first that the gunfire wasn't on the movie screen.

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