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  • WWII hero pilot who made ultimate sacrifice honored in France

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Ft. Hood shooter convicted and sentenced to die

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Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan, the admitted gunman in the Ft. Hood shooting rampage that killed 13, had no apparent reaction when his sentence was read. The victims’ families spoke afterward, with one family member saying “a weight has been lifted off my shoulders.” NBC’s Mark Potter reports.