More Videos

Nate Shelman usually roasts his listeners. Now, watch them roast him. 1:25

Nate Shelman usually roasts his listeners. Now, watch them roast him.

Idaho House members applaud Hailey man involved in Bundy standoff 0:29

Idaho House members applaud Hailey man involved in Bundy standoff

First Mexican bakery opens in Boise 1:47

First Mexican bakery opens in Boise

QB Brock Purdy's senior highlights 5:22

QB Brock Purdy's senior highlights

Boise State's Dickinson talks about bouncing back after loss, former teammate Trae Young 2:52

Boise State's Dickinson talks about bouncing back after loss, former teammate Trae Young

99 bottles of beer on the wall is easy. This Eagle man has 11,000 cans in his garage 1:03

99 bottles of beer on the wall is easy. This Eagle man has 11,000 cans in his garage

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients 0:32

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients

Albertsons opens new convenience store. 1:25

Albertsons opens new convenience store.

Idaho, you can register to vote online now. Here's how. 0:31

Idaho, you can register to vote online now. Here's how.

Boise's MLK march is for remembering — and for action 2:20

Boise's MLK march is for remembering — and for action

  • Medevac chopper arrives after GOP congressman, aides, shot at during baseball practice

    Police in "Alexandria, Virginia said they were investigating a “multiple shooting” on June 14 amid reports from Fox News and others that shots were fired at a Congressional baseball practice involving Majority Whip Steve Scalise and his aides. This footage shows a helicopter arriving on the scene.

Police in "Alexandria, Virginia said they were investigating a “multiple shooting” on June 14 amid reports from Fox News and others that shots were fired at a Congressional baseball practice involving Majority Whip Steve Scalise and his aides. This footage shows a helicopter arriving on the scene. Twitter/adamleeshaw via Storyful
Police in "Alexandria, Virginia said they were investigating a “multiple shooting” on June 14 amid reports from Fox News and others that shots were fired at a Congressional baseball practice involving Majority Whip Steve Scalise and his aides. This footage shows a helicopter arriving on the scene. Twitter/adamleeshaw via Storyful

Congressional shooter dead after attacking GOP lawmakers, staff

June 14, 2017 06:13 AM

More Videos

Nate Shelman usually roasts his listeners. Now, watch them roast him. 1:25

Nate Shelman usually roasts his listeners. Now, watch them roast him.

Idaho House members applaud Hailey man involved in Bundy standoff 0:29

Idaho House members applaud Hailey man involved in Bundy standoff

First Mexican bakery opens in Boise 1:47

First Mexican bakery opens in Boise

QB Brock Purdy's senior highlights 5:22

QB Brock Purdy's senior highlights

Boise State's Dickinson talks about bouncing back after loss, former teammate Trae Young 2:52

Boise State's Dickinson talks about bouncing back after loss, former teammate Trae Young

99 bottles of beer on the wall is easy. This Eagle man has 11,000 cans in his garage 1:03

99 bottles of beer on the wall is easy. This Eagle man has 11,000 cans in his garage

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients 0:32

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients

Albertsons opens new convenience store. 1:25

Albertsons opens new convenience store.

Idaho, you can register to vote online now. Here's how. 0:31

Idaho, you can register to vote online now. Here's how.

Boise's MLK march is for remembering — and for action 2:20

Boise's MLK march is for remembering — and for action

  • Idaho House members applaud Hailey man involved in Bundy standoff

    Rep. Dorothy Moon, R-Stanley, introduced Eric Parker of Hailey during the Idaho House session on Jan. 16, 2018. Parker had recently pleaded guilty to obstruction of a court order stemming from his actions during the 2014 standoff with the BLM at Cliven Bundy's ranch near Bunkerville, Nev. Many lawmakers on the floor that day had earlier been part of a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions that raised concerns about the man’s prosecution.