School shootings: Not enough done to identify at-risk students, Secret Service says

The Secret Service says American schools still are not doing enough to identify at-risk students to keep others safe from shootings. The agency unveiled what it calls the most in-depth analysis of school shootings. Jeff Pegues reports.

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