» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments

Tucson tragedy aftermath: Giffords honored at State of the Union

Colleagues pay tribute to wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords during the president's address as the Arizona lawmaker is set to begin the next phase of her recovery at a rehab facility in Houston.

 
 

1/130

5 Seconds

00:00

00:00

Jan. 25, 2011

Mark Kelly, the husband of Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, watches the State of the Union address from his wife's hospital room in Houston. In his speech, President Obama said the massacre in Tucson "reminded us that no matter who we are or where we come from, each of us is a part of something greater - something more consequential than party or political preference."


This Story
National Institute for Civil Discourse to open at University of Arizona
Article | Nonpartisan center for debate, research, education and policy about civility in public discourse was created in the aftermath of the Jan. 8 shootings in the city where six people were killed and 13 injured, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.).
This Story
Arizona shooting inspires the best of politics
Article | On Saturday, one member of Congress took a bullet to the head - and 434 of her colleagues stared into the abyss.
This Story
This Story
Tucson shootings: Giffords staffers also struggle to heal, inspired by her progress
Article | The congresswoman wears a helmet designed with colors of the Arizona flag when she goes to therapy. With it off, her friends say, she looks like herself. Her hair is growing back; the wounds on her head are healing.
This Story
Loughner researched lethal injection before Tucson shooting, sources say
Article | TUCSON - In the days and weeks before the shooting rampage in Tucson, Jared Lee Loughner surfed the Internet on his home computer in what investigators believe was preparation for his alleged assassination attempt, law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation said.
This Story
Palin says criticism won't make her 'sit down ... shut up'
Article | Sarah Palin called on all Americans to engage in more civil political debate in the wake of the Tucson shooting but, in an interview on Fox News on Monday, said she would not be silenced or deterred by criticism from her opponents.
This Story
Arizona shootings underscore the dangers of high-capacity magazines
Article | Why are people allowed to buy high-capacity magazines?
This Story
Giffords reaches 'major milestone' in recovery
Article | TUCSON - Doctors treating Rep. Gabrielle Giffords said Thursday she has reached "a major milestone" medically with her ability to open her eyes and seemingly respond to her surroundings as she recovers from a gunshot wound to the head.
This Story
The mental-health 'system' that brought us the Tucson tragedy
Article | The law did not keep a gun out of Jared Loughner's hands.

Network News

X Profile
View More Activity
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Talk +| Comments
© 2011 www.washingtonpost.com