Mourners in the Sikh community of Oak Creek, Wis., will hold a vigil for a third consecutive night on Tuesday, to remember the six people who were killed by alleged gunman Wade Michael Page in a Sikh temple on Sunday. Page, 40, was shot to death by police responding to the attack. On Monday, President Obama spoke about the attack, saying that it should inspire "soul-searching" by Americans. He said that shootings like this, and the Aurora, Colo., theater shooting in July are "happening with too much regularity." But the president stopped short of calling for stricter gun control laws, only saying that he would "examine additional ways to reduce violence."
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