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Batman Christian Bale visits Aurora shooting victims

The star of the new Batman film was seen talking to patients of Friday's shooting at a local cinema.

Rethinking virtual violence

Movies don't kill people, but they make us more likely to do so.
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James Holmes killed 12 people and injured 59 others during his shooting rampage. (RJ Sangosti-Pool/Getty Images)
Some have wrung their hands since last week’s shooting in Colorado about the need to force gun-control laws on our gun-happy society. Much less is said about the glorification of violence in our movies, video games and other pop culture.

Warner Bros. to donate to Aurora shooting victims

Warner Bros., the makers of Batman movie 'The Dark Knight Rises,' reportedly plans to give money to a support fund for victims of the Aurora shooting.
A view of fans waiting outside for 'The Dark Knight Rises' Midnight Premiere at Various Locations on July 19, 2012 in New York City. (Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
Sources told The Hollywood Reporter that the amount would be "substantial."

Holmes' apartment rigged with 30 handmade grenades

Police who finally entered James Holmes' booby-trapped apartment, found over 30 homemade grenades and 10 gallons of gasoline, CNN reported.

PHOTOS: Aurora grieves after movie-theater shooting

Thousands of people gathered in Aurora, Colorado, on July 22 to remember the victims of a horrific mass shooting in their local movie theater two days earlier.

James Eagan Holmes appeared in court on Monday

AURORA, Colorado - President Barack Obama met with friends and family of the Colorado movie theater shooting victims on Sunday as the town of Aurora mourned the 12 who died. Obama joined local officials and residents in refusing to utter the name of the alleged shooter, James Eagan Holmes.

Aurora shooting suspect James Holmes in court

"In the end, after he has felt the full force of our justice system, what will be remembered are the good people who were impacted by this tragedy," President Barack Obama told Aurora last night.
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