Thirteen people, including the gunman, were killed in tragic shooting at the Washington Navy Yard on Monday.
The story covered the front pages of newspapers across the country on Tuesday morning. Many front pages used the word "rampage" in headlines and splashed images of yesterday's grizzly scene, from pictures of police staking out the area and eyewitnesses being escorted out to a photo of the alleged gunman himself.
The New York Daily News had a more pointed message, splashing a call for gun control on its front page. The newspaper renewed the campaign it launched in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting, and splashed the headline "SAME GUN DIFFERENT SLAY" on Tuesday.
Below, see how newspapers across the country covered the Navy Yard shooting. All images courtesy of the Newseum.