Navy Yard Shooting
The Navy was informed last month of an incident in which the man who shot and killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard on Monday complained that he was hearing voices through his hotel room walls, but found nothing that would indicate that he was a "physical threat" to himself or others.
Mother of Aaron Alexis, who killed 12 in Washington Navy Yard shooting, 'so, so very sorry'
DC hospital: 2 people wounded in Navy Yard shooting in good condition, 1 released
Navy Yard encourages employees to telecommute, opens garages for employees to retrieve cars
It's hard enough for adults to get a handle on what happened Monday at the Navy Yard. For kids, it's even tougher.
Audit critical of security review system, but process not 1 used for Navy Yard shooter
Throughout the next few days, the FBI has counselors at Bolling Air Force Base providing services and support to the immediate families of the dead and severely injured.
Navy Yard gunman appears to have slipped through gun law seams
White House criticizes lawmakers who oppose bill to expand background checks for gun purchases
Navy Yard gunman visited shooting range in Va. the day before the shooting, bought shotgun
FBI says Navy Yard gunman had shotgun when he entered building, obtained handgun after firing
The shotgun that suspected Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis used was purchased at a store in Lorton, Va., legally.
Three shooting victims -- two navy employees and a D.C. police officer -- are recovering at Medstar Washington Hospital Center Tuesday.
Navy Yard encourages employees to telecommute on Wednesday
Dr. Drew Pinsky
AP sources: Navy yard gunman was treated by US for serious mental illness, 'hearing voices'
Navy Yard shooter got honorable discharge from military, but left service early
Navy Yard gunman Alexis described as polite, helpful visitor to North Texas Buddhist temples
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