Fort Hood shooter Ivan Lopez served in the Iraq War, but his records show he was not directly involved in combat. Lopez was being treated for depression and anxiety. He was in the process of being evaluated for post-traumatic stress disorder. John Berman discussed this with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta and military analyst Major General James 'Spider' Marks.
Searchers are still hoping to pick up the pings from Flight 370's black boxes. They are supposed to send out locator signals for 30-days and that time is nearly up. U.S. Navy Commander William Marks is looking for the missing plane and described just how vast the search zone really is.
Ivan Lopez took three lives before taking his own. He also wounded 16 others. Some of them were rushed to Scott and White Memorial Hospital. Dr. Matthew Davis is the Director of Trauma there, and he treated some of the shooting victims. Dr. Davis also treated the victims after the 2009 Fort Hood shooting. He spoke to John Berman about his team's response to the shooting.
Ed Lavandera has more information on the surviving Fort Hood victims.
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