FBI Warns to Keep a Lookout for Copycat Shooters: Today on Inside Edition

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The nation is on high alert after two back-to-back mass shootings killed 31 people last weekend. 

Going into this weekend, the FBI has warned of the risk that copycat shooters could strike. Here's what businesses are doing to protect their employees and their customers.

The death of his brother still haunts President Trump to this day. What he told The Washington Post he regrets about their relationship. 

Are front-loading washing machines death traps for kids? After a 3-year-old boy died inside one of the appliances, here's how you can protect your children.

And why Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy was all over late night.

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