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New details are emerging about the suspected Yountville, California veterans home shooter Albert Wong and his battle with PTSD. NBC’s Matt Bradley reports for Sunday TODAY.
‘Without her, I was going down the wrong path’: California shooting victim’s former patient speaks out
A former patient of Dr. Jen Golick speaks out about the impact she had on his life. Golick was shot during a deadly hostage situation at a veterans home in Yountville, California, on Friday.
The community in Yountville, California is remembering the victims of the standoff: three staff members at the nation’s largest veterans home, one of whom was seven months pregnant.
Three females staffers are dead, along with the suspect, after an eight-hour hostage situation at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville on Friday. NBC’s Matt Bradley reports for TODAY.
Officials say a suspected gunman and three women believed to be hostages were killed at a veterans home in California.
Veterans’ home on lockdown amid reports of shots fired, hostages taken, White House seeks to clarify expectations for Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong Un, and FDA approves first at-home genetic test to assess breast cancer risk.
Police in Yountville, California swarmed the nation’s largest veterans’ home after a young combat veteran took hostages and fired a weapon.
Washington Post’s Lisa Rein discusses her story on the mutiny happening within the Department of Veterans Affairs under the leadership of Sec. David Shulkin.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin’s chief of staff falsified an email so that the secretary’s wife could accompany him and his staff to Europe last year at taxpayer expense, according to an internal watchdog’s investigation released Wednesday.
Lawmakers, some historians and at least one former senior military official swiftly panned Trump’s request for a celebration in the streets of Washington