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September 17th, 2013
11:53 PM ET

Navy Yard shooter's encounters with police

Whenever a mass killer strikes, it often seems to come out of the blue. But in the days that follow, we often learn about warning signs that were missed. That appears to be the case after the Washington Navy Yard shootings. Deborah Feyerick reports on a recent incident, where the shooter told police he was hearing voices.
360's Gary Tuchman reports from the Navy Yard shooter's former home in Seattle, where according to a 2004 police report, he shot out the tires of a car belonging to some construction workers.

September 17th, 2013
11:48 PM ET

Inside the Washington Navy Yard

Police now say the shooter broke his gun down into pieces to sneak it into Building 197, and reassembled it once he was inside. That is just one of the recently uncovered pieces of information that's helping authorities piece together a detailed model of exactly what took place inside the Washington Navy Yard. CNN's John King has the latest.
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September 17th, 2013
11:46 PM ET

Shooter's security clearance

There are serious new questions about why the Navy Yard shooter was given access to several military facilities  and a "secret"  level security clearance. 360's Drew Griffin uncovers some publicly available records, that may have been missed during the background checks.

 

Anderson discussed this with Former Bush administration Homeland Security Adviser Fran Townsend and former FBI Executive Assistant Director Shawn Henry.

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September 17th, 2013
11:42 PM ET

Remembering Navy Yard shooting victim Kathy Gaarde

We feel it's essential to remember those whose lives were lost in the Washington Navy Yard shooting. We want to look back at the people they were, and the lives they lived. Kathy Gaarde was 62 and lived in Woodbridge, Virginia. Her husband describes her as a devoted daughter who took care of her aging mother, until her death last year at the age of 94. Kathy was also a big hockey fan and had season tickets for the Washington Capitals. Anderson spoke with Kathy's husband Douglass and their daughter Jessica.
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September 17th, 2013
11:41 PM ET

Face-to-face with the Navy Yard shooter

Terrie Durham was rushing to leave Building 197, when she nearly became a victim of the Washington Navy Yard shooter.  She says the gunman aimed right at her and missed. Terrie recounts the frightening moments with Anderson.
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September 17th, 2013
11:38 PM ET

Massive evacuation in Colorado

An around the clock effort is going on right now to help hundreds of people stranded in communities cut off by Colorado's historic floods. The National Guard says the operation may be the largest U.S. evacuation since Hurricane Katrina. CNN's Kyung Lah got a first hand look.
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September 17th, 2013
05:27 PM ET

Web Exclusive: Zip-lining to safety

Darian Shaw was trapped by rushing floodwater in Colorado. For her, there was only one way to safety, a newly established zip-line over the torrent. Not only did she make it to dry land, but so did her dogs. Darian Shaw discussed her ordeal with CNN's Kyung Lah.

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September 17th, 2013
12:12 AM ET

Massive flood rescue operation in Colorado

Historic flooding in Colorado has claimed at least eight lives. There is a massive rescue operation going on right now for those stranded. So far, more 2,100 people have been rescued, while 1,200 others remain unaccounted for. Kyung Lah has the latest.
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September 17th, 2013
12:09 AM ET

Web Exclusive: Heartwarming sacrifice in the middle of Colorado's historic flood

For Iraq war vet Edward Egloff, the phrase "No man left behind" is true on the battlefield, and in the middle of Colorado's deadly floods. Not only did he help alert rescuers to come save his neighbors, but he and his wife gave up their seats in the chopper to make sure others got out first. Anderson spoke with Edward and Sarah Egloff along with their neighbors Leroy and Marge Rady
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September 17th, 2013
12:02 AM ET

Navy Yard shooting raises new questions about security

The deadly shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard is raising serious questions about security there and at other military facilities across the country. Anderson talked with Matt Maasdam, a former Navy SEAL who served as a military aide to President Obama, and retired Navy Commander Kirk Lippold whose ship the U.S.S. Cole was bombed by al Qaeda nearly 13 years ago.
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