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Columbine survivor electrocuted on job in New Mexico

DENVER - A survivor of the Columbine shootings has died while working in New Mexico for Xcel Energy. Full story

Prevention and response to national tragedy

   Dave Cullen, author of "Columbine"; Esther Armah, radio host at WBAI-FM; Howard Wolfson, New York City deputy mayor; and Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!; join Up w/ Chris Hayes talk about how the public and government is prepared to respond to tragedy like the elementary school shooting.

Tragic shootings a recurring nightmare in US

   The shooting in Connecticut is a tragedy that’s become a recurring nightmare. From Columbine to Virginia Tech to a movie theater in Aurora, Co.. Why does this keep happening? MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry and Jon Shane, professor of criminal justice at John Jay College join Rev. Al Sharpton.

How will Newtown, Connecticut recover?

   Dave Cullen, who spent ten years researching and writing about the Columbine massacre, describes how the Newtown community can rebuild after such a tragedy.

Crosses 'a message of hope'

   The Illinois craftsman who made Aurora crosses also made memorials for Columbine victims 13 years ago. NBC's Jay Gray reports.

Doctor who treated Columbine victims helps Aurora survivors

   Dr. Chris Colwell talks about the conditions of his patients and explains why he accredits a big part of his response after the Aurora shooting to how he handled the Columbine victims 13 years ago.

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  Aurora police chief: 'We’re all coping with this'

In an emotional interview with NBC’s Kate  Snow, Aurora Colorado police chief Daniel Oates,  describes how his department has been shaped by Columbine and said his own daughter was at the premiere of Batman in another theater.    

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The traditional Columbine descends from Saint Mark's bell tower on an iron cable during the Venetian Carnival in Venice

The traditional Columbine descends from Saint Mark's bell tower on an iron cable during the Venetian Carnival in Venice February 3, 2013. REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)