Full coverage: Washington Navy Yard shooting

A gunman tore through the Washington Navy Yard Monday in a rampage that left 13 dead, including the shooter. Aaron Alexis, 34, was shot to death by law enforcement officials as more than 3,000 employees were locked down in their offices. The motive behind the shooting is still unknown, though Alexis had a "pattern of misconduct" during his time in the Navy, according to a Navy officer.

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  • Washington gunman Aaron Alexis wanted to return to Navy
    Washington gunman Aaron Alexis wanted to return to Navy

    WASHINGTON -- The gunman who killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard on Monday had been hoping to get back into the Navy but was "experiencing problems" with officials at the base and at his contracting firm, a federal official said.

  • Washington Navy Yard shooting
    Washington Navy Yard shooting

    Police responded Monday morning to a shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard. The death toll has climbed to 13, including gunman Aaron Alexis.

  • Navy Yard shooter 'had a pattern of misconduct'
    Navy Yard shooter 'had a pattern of misconduct'

    WASHINGTON — The 34-year-old former Navy electrician’s mate identified as the gunman who killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard had been discharged from the service in 2011 after multiple disciplinary infractions, a Navy officer said Monday.

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