Nation Mourns Las Vegas Shooting Victims
From the entertainment capital of the world to the nation's capital, mourners honor victims of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
Destiny Alvers who attended the Route 91 country music festival and helped rescue her friend who was shot, reacts at a makeshift memorial on the Las Vegas Strip on Oct, 3, 2017.
Flowers were left on Las Vegas Blvd. near the scene of Sunday night's mass shooting on Oct 3.
Mourners attend a candlelight vigil at the corner of Sahara Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard on Oct. 2.
Police officers hold candles during a vigil in Las Vegas on Oct. 3.
Bry Thompson wipes away tears at a makeshift memorial in the middle of Las Vegas Boulevard on Oct. 4.
Dominic De Patta holds a candle and a #VegasStrong flyer during a prayer vigil outside Las Vegas City Hall on Oct. 2.
The U.S. Capitol dome backdrops a column of American flags at half-staff as the sun rises on Oct. 3 at the foot of the Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington.
Charlene Ragsdale pauses at a memorial on Oct. 3.
A makeshift memorial along the Las Vegas Strip is shown on Oct. 3.
A candlelight vigil is held at Zack Bagans Haunted Museum on Oct. 3.
People take photos of the fountain at the Bellagio Hotel in front of a memorial for victims of the mass shooting on Oct. 3.
People pray during a candlelight vigil on Oct. 3.
People pause at a memorial on Oct. 3.
A memorial for one of the victims of the mass shooting lies along the Las Vegas Strip on Oct. 4.
A woman talks with her children at a makeshift memorial near the Mandalay Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip on Oct. 3.
Parishioners from The Gathering Church pray near the Mandalay Bay hotel on Oct. 3.
People gather at the Ascend Amphitheater for a vigil in Nashville, Tennessee on Oct. 2.
A woman stands near a U.S. flag at a makeshift memorial outside the Route 91 music festival site beside the Mandalay Hotel on Oct. 4.
Sharpie markers hang along a makeshift memorial in front to the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas on Oct. 3.
Anya Smirnova prays at a makeshift memorial near the Mandalay Hotel (background) on the Las Vegas Strip on October 3.
People light candles as they attend a memorial at the Ascend Amphitheater on October 2 in Nashville, Tennessee.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump stand along with Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen Pence, as they take part in a moment of silence for the victims of the Las Vegas shootings, on the South Lawn of the White House on October 2 in Washington.