Question: Do you feel safe at the movies?
Twelve people are confirmed dead following a mass shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, CO, during a midnight screening of "The Dark Knight Rises."
Dozens of other people were injured in the shooting, including a 3-month-old, according to CNN.
A suspected shooter, James Holmes, is in police custody. The 24-year-old told police that he also had explosives in his apartment. CNN is reporting that authorities are searching his apartment, and they have confirmed that it is "booby trapped."
Authorities say he carried at least one assault rifle and two handguns, and witnesses also reported that he used teargas before he started firing.
Witnesses say he allegedly opened fire and randomly shot movie-goers.
We also ask you: Should metal detectors become as standard as popcorn machines at movie theaters? Should there be armed security, or will a thick dude in a yellow jacket be enough to stop someone carrying a gun who wants to get in with or without a ticket? Will there be no more dress-up at the theater, which apparently allowed the Aurora gunman to enter with a handgun, a rifle, a gas canister and a gas mask?
What do you think this morning in light of Aurora, the newest name in tragedy?