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Early reports confirmed that one person is dead and 14 people are injured in the shooting at Fort Hood. The Army base was recently the scene of another shooting rampage in 2009. Tom Bowman explains.
NPR's Tom Bowman reports that the shooter at Fort Hood has been identified as Ivan Lopez, a truck driver for the U.S. Army.
At Fort Hood, the largest active-duty armored post in the U.S., Wednesday's shooting revives troubling memories of a similar incident five years ago. Tom Bowman reports the latest.
Fort Hood went into lockdown as a single shooter attacked soldiers at the Texas Army base. Melissa Block speaks with NPR's Tom Bowman about the incident.
A divided Supreme Court eliminated the overall limits on a donor's contributions to federal candidates and campaigns, while leaving in place the limit on what a donor may give to one candidate.
Adam Lioz, of the public policy organization Demos, says that Wednesday's Supreme Court ruling will further empower a small, elite group of political donors. He offers a critical perspective on the ruling.