Father Faces Gun-Law Scrutiny in Waffle House Murders

Federal authorities say the father of a delusional man who killed four people at a Tennessee Waffle House on Sunday could face charges for returning four guns to his son after they were confiscated in Illinois. Travis Reinking is accused of using one of those weapons, an assault rifle, in the mass murder.

Video Shows Relaxed Vegas Shooter Before Massacre

Attorney for victims says the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino should have been tipped off by Stephen Paddock’s luggage weighted down with guns, ammunition and tools. “They had employees who were handling these unusually heavy bags over and over and over,” said the lawyer. “I don’t think that’s normal in Vegas, I don’t think that’s normal anywhere.”