Go to the White House website and search for "Obama," "shooting" and "statement," and you'll be faced with an unrelentingly grim list.
Newtown. Aurora. Oak Creek. Tucson. Fort Hood. And now, Navy Yard.
Since Obama took office in January 2009, his presidency has been shadowed by at least 19 mass shootings — those in which four or more people were killed.
Five of those shootings, now including the one Monday at the Navy Yard, are among the top 10 most deadly massacres in the United States over the past three-plus decades.