Show It All: Charting the Week's Top Stories

Image: Orlando Continues To Mourn The Mass Shooting At Gay Club That Killed 49
Children visit a memorial down the road from the Pulse nightclub on June 17, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. Omar Mir Seddique Mateen killed 49 people and wounded 53 others at the popular gay nightclub early Sunday.Spencer Platt / Getty Images

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By NBC News

America was devastated this week by the deadliest mass shooting in the country's recent history.

Here's a look back at our coverage of that story and the week's other top news — in the form of five charts:

1. 49 Dead, 53 Injured in Orlando Gay Club Shooting

Forty-nine people were killed and more than 50 others were wounded when a gunman opened fire and took hostages at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, early Sunday morning. The shooter, Omar Mateen, 29, was killed in a shootout with law enforcement after an hours-long siege. The devastating death toll made the massacre the worst mass shooting in modern American history. Mateen called 911 and pledged allegiance to the terror group ISIS during the attack, but a motive has not been determined. Funerals for the victims began Thursday.

2. Clinton Holds Four-Point National Lead Over Trump — or Does She?

Now that Hillary Clinton is the Democratic Party's presumptive nominee, she finds herself in a very close race with Donald Trump. In this week's NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll, Clinton holds a 4-point lead over Trump among registered voters, 48 percent to 44 percent. Her lead grew 2 points from last week, perhaps as a result of her strong national security speech in San Diego on June 2. One looming question, however, is whether third-party candidates like Gary Johnson will draw in non-trivial amounts of support in November, and if so, who will it hurt — Clinton or Trump?

3. Bernie Sanders Offers No Concession

Even after Hillary Clinton won the Washington, D.C., primary on Tuesday, Bernie Sanders is not ready to concede his presidential campaign, nor is he ready to throw his support behind Clinton, leaving his political future murky. That was the takeaway from a much anticipated teleconference Sanders held with supporters Thursday evening, more than a week after Clinton clinched the Democratic presidential nomination and amidst the flight of many of his top supporters.

4. Senate to Vote on Four Gun Control Measures

The Senate will vote on four gun control measures Monday after being prodded by a 15-hour filibuster in the wake of the shooting massacre at a Florida nightclub. The amendments would address background checks of prospective gun buyers and the sale of guns and explosives to people on terrorist watch lists. The votes Monday would be a rarity in the Senate, where Republicans have blocked gun control measures for many years. They would need 60 votes to pass — more votes than there are Democrats in the Senate, meaning there's a very high hurdle to surmount.

5. 'The Voice' Singer Christina Grimmie Fatally Shot

A 27-year-old man wielding two handguns shot former "The Voice" contestant Christina Grimmie after a Friday night concert in Florida, and then fatally shot himself. Grimmie, 22, died from her injuries from the shooting, which happened around 10:30 p.m. at The Plaza Live in Orlando. The singer had opened for the band Before You Exit and was meeting fans and signing autographs a half hour after the concert ended when she was shot. The gunman was identified as Kevin James Loibl, a 27-year-old from St. Petersburg, Florida. Condolences poured in all week from fans and those in the entertainment industry mourning the death of the young star.