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Thirteen people are dead and more are injured after a shooting at the Washington Navy Yard Monday morning. The shooter, who was killed during the incident, has been identified as Aaron Alexis of Texas.
District of Columbia police say two teenagers have been arrested in the death of a 16-year-old who was one of last year's youngest homicide victims in the city.
Military officials were starting Friday to piece together what may have pushed an Army psychiatrist trained to help soldiers in distress to turn on his comrades in a shooting rampage that killed 13 people and wounded 30 in Texas.
Medical source information suggests that Army Major Nidal Malik Hassan, who was shot after opening fire at Ft.Hood in Killeen, Texas on Thursday, is a psychiatrist who worked at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington until leaving for Ft. Hood. According to the Virginia Board of Medicine, he finished his residency at Walter Reed in 2007 and then did a Fellowship in "Disaster and Preventive Psychiatry" in 2009. He has a number of board certifications. Texas Senator Kay bailey Hutchinson says she was told Hasan was upset about being deployed to Iraq and the military has released a statement saying they're not sure about the motive, but they don't believe political terrorism was involved.
CNN's Brian Todd explains how three people saved lives in the Tucson shooting.
Homeland Security Today's David Silverberg explains why it's so difficult to prevent an event like the Tucson shooting.
Federal News Radio's Mike Causey tells describes the physical dangers of being a fed and what precautions they can take.
In light of the shootings in Arizona, Federal News Radio wants to know how safe feds feel at their workplace.