Editorial Producer Allison Gilbert and "Legal View" Anchor Ashleigh Banfield discuss Gilbert's new book, "Covering Catastrophe," which highlights how broadcast journalists covered the events of September 11, 2001.
The two relive the most memorable moments from that day and the challenges they faced as journalists.
To read Gilbert's Op-Ed, click the link below:Journalist and survivor: The rules blurred on 9/11
Criminologist and Boston Globe Columnist James Alan Fox discusses the newly-reveled past of Isla Vista shooter Elliot Rodger and why despite his history, police may have never been able to identify that he was dangerous.
Retired Law Enforcement Agent Lou Palumbo says paying attention to warning signs is not enough to stop the next shooting rampage in America. He advises U.S. policy change is the only way to prevent shooters like Elliot Rodger.
Inmarsat, the company whose satellites last communicated with missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 says it has handed over all raw data to the Malaysian government. But Malaysian officals say they will not release that data in order to protect the public.
Partner of missing Malaysia Airlines passenger Philip Wood says that this is just one more way to try and keep as much from the families as possible, and she will not trust the investigation until third parties are allowed 100 percent disclosure.