Police say the Marysville, Washington shooter set up his victims with a text message asking them to meet in their school's cafeteria. His classmates, including two of his own cousins sat at that table when he opened fire. One student was killed at the scene and a second died over the weekend. Three surviving teens remain hospitalized, two in critical condition. The gunman and his cousins are members of the Tulalip tribe, a community now struggling for answers.
Donald Hatch is the grandfather of shooting victim Nate Hatch. Nate is in stable condition and a 14-year-old cousin of the shooter. Mister Hatch tells Anderson that the boys were extremely close and the tragedy makes no sense to him.
Dr. Craig Spencer is battling Ebola at New York City's Bellevue Hospital. Doctors there say he has reached a tough phase in the battle, where patients often lose enormous amounts of bodily fluid and need intensive support. Nurse Nancy Writebol has been there. She survived Ebola. She also donated plasma to Dr. Spencer in hopes that her antibodies will help stop his infection.
Anderson spoke with Nancy Writebol and her husband David. She told Anderson that donating plasma is one way that she is saying 'thank you' to those who helped save her life.
Health officials in the U.S. are struggling to decide what should happen when people fighting Ebola return from the hot zone. That's causing uncertainty for health care workers and members of the U.S. military who are working to stop the disease in West Africa. The group Doctors Without Borders has been at the forefront of that battle. Executive Director Sophie DeLaunay explains to Anderson why quarantining healthy Ebola workers is dangerous.
One day after a bizarre and frightening hatchet attack leaves a New York City police officer in critical condition, officials label the incident an act of terror.
CNN's Deborah Feyerick reports on the third of three incidents, all aimed at persons in uniform, all seemingly inspired by terrorism.
Two days after a terrifying and deadly firearm incident devastated the government and people of Canada, on Friday evening Anderson Cooper remembered the beloved father who perished in the incident.
Watch the above tribute to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, the Canadian soldier shot and killed by a gunman in Ottawa.
Filed under: Canadian Parliament shooting
Following a day which left two teens dead, and four others injured, after a school shooting in the state of Washington, on Friday evening Anderson Cooper interviewed Nate Heckendorf, a student at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
Watch the above video as Heckendorf describes one of the dead, a girl he's know since the fourth grade, while also detailing the exchange he had with the shooter, who took his own life, on the morning of the incident.
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A doctor, who recently traveled to Guinea to treat Ebola patients, is the first Ebola case in New York City. But where was he prior to realizing he had contracted the virus?
Watch the above video as CNN's Jason Carroll details the ways in which medical detectives are retracing Dr. Craig Spencer's recent movements.
Alongside videojournalist Josh Wingrove, Anderson Cooper takes viewers on a step by step tour of the shooting in Ottawa, visiting the War Memorial and the halls of the Parliament.
Watch the above video for Cooper's full retracing of Thursday's events.
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Dr. Craig Spencer is now the first Ebola patient in New York City. He tested positive for the virus days after returning from Guinea. He was there working with Doctors Without Borders treating Ebola patients. News of Dr. Spencer's diagnosis came during AC360 and Anderson broke the news.
Anderson Cooper looks at the security camera video that captured the Ottawa shooting suspect driving away from the War Memorial. The suspect was also recorded arriving at the Parliament building and running inside moments before bullets rang out. Anderson also looks at the starkly different event that went on there today, the standing ovation for Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers who shot and killed the gunman.
Sergent-at-Arms Vickers was hailed as a hero when he returned to Parliament today. Prime Minister Stephen Harper was their to paying tribute.
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