Justice Department and intelligence officials have agreed to meet with congressional leaders to review classified data from the Russia investigation. That follows a high-level meeting with President Trump, who demanded an investigation on Sunday of claims that an FBI informant infiltrated his campaign. Paula Reid reports.
President Trump will meet with South Korean President Moon Jae-in today at the White House. Moon is expected to do damage control after North Korea’s recent change in tone raised the possibility that Kim Jong Un will not meet with Mr. Trump next month. Weijia Jiang reports.
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South Korean President Moon Jae-in meets with President Trump today about next month’s scheduled summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. Also, CBS News is the only U.S. broadcast network inside North Korea to witness the planned shutdown of the country’s major nuclear testing site. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA) — After the president referred to deported members of a violent Central American gang as “animals” last week , the White House is now digging in its heels regarding the comments some found extremely offensive. In a press release that doubled as a type of FAQ published on its blog Monday , the White House listed the “whats” and “whys” of calling alleged members of the La Mara Salvatrucha gang “animals.” In the release titled “What You Need To Know About The Violent Animals Of MS-13,” the White House gives examples of criminal acts in which the gang was allegedly involved. Too many innocent Americans have fallen victim to the unthinkable violence of MS-13’s animals. What you need to know https://t.co/9PR7eA1HLn — The White House (@WhiteHouse) May 21, 2018 “WHAT: The violent animals of MS-13 have committed heinous, violent attacks in communities across America,” the release begins, detailing accusations of murder, decapitation and dismemberment of the gang’s victims from Maryland to Texas and New York. “Nearly 40 percent of all murders in Suffolk County, New York between January 2016 and June 2017 were tied to MS-13,” the post reads. As to the “why,” the post continues, “MS-13 is a transnational gang which follows the motto of ‘kill, rape, control’ by committing shocking acts of violence in an attempt to instill fear and gain control.” The post, which mostly recycles Trump’s previous rhetoric, comes after his controversial comments last week. At an immigration round table where sanctuary cities were a main topic of discussion, Trump said of people being deported from the U.S., “You wouldn’t believe how bad these people are. These aren’t people. These are animals. And we’re taking them out of the country at a level and at a rate that’s never happened before.” CNN was quick to accuse news outlets of taking the president’s comments out of context, saying he was referring specifically to MS-13 gang members but the editing of the video by some news organizations made it seem like it was a wholesale condemnation of deportees. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the president, himself, clarified the comments, saying he was referring specifically to MS-13 gang members. Still, some have suggested the fact that Trump, who kicked off his campaign by calling undocumented immigrants criminals and rapists, is the only context needed. The Washington Post called the White House’s use of the term “animals” a “slippery slope,” saying it’s the latest in a pattern of messages targeting immigrants as threats to the country: “In both literal and figurative terms, the gang is used as a large bucket into which people and groups are placed for political purposes even when it may not be an accurate descriptor. And that’s part of the challenge with Trump’s embrace of casting MS-13 as ‘animals’: Some of those ‘animals’ aren’t even members of MS-13.” The Post analyzed one of Trump’s speeches from last year, arguing that the president’s rhetorical leaps of logic conflate the issues of immigration and criminality. Critics of the president have pointed out that he is using the gang to paint all immigrants as criminals, while he failed to condemn white nationalists in the past, going so far as saying there were “some very fine people on both sides” at a Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia last year. Often absent from the discussion of MS-13 is the fact that the gang was actually started in Los Angeles, with undocumented migrants from El Salvador becoming “hardened” in the American criminal justice system at the height of civil wars back home, Vox reported . Some have also criticized the president of not informing himself on the issue of gangs and why some desperate youth join criminal groups. ProPublica and New York Magazine earlier this year revealed an investigation of one teen’s struggles trying to get out of MS-13.
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After an extraordinary string of weekend tweets by President Trump, the Justice Department agreed to dig deeper into allegations that the FBI spied on the 2016 Trump campaign for political purposes. Paula Reid reports.
The Justice Department’s internal watchdog will investigate if the FBI probe of the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia was politically motivated. In a tweet, President Trump demanded an answer about whether the FBI had an informant infiltrate his presidential campaign. Paula Reid reports.
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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Hillary Clinton returned to Yale University this weekend, warning the graduating class of the “tumultuous times” that await them and using the school’s tradition of over-the-top headwear to rib President Donald Trump with her own unusual hat: a Russian fur cap. The audience laughed as she said, “If you can’t beat them, join them.” Clinton says she’s concerned about the country’s political polarization but believes the current crop of graduates is prepared to rise to the challenge. Clinton delivered her address at Yale’s Class Day, celebrated the Sunday before degrees are handed out. The former first lady, secretary of state, New York senator and 2016 Democratic nominee for president graduated from Yale Law School in 1973. It was where she met her husband, former President Bill Clinton. (@Copyright 2018. The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
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BALTIMORE (CBSNewYork/AP) — Justify endured the most difficult race of his career and came away a step closer to becoming trainer Bob Baffert’s second Triple Crown champion in four years. The heavy 2-5 favorite jumped out to the lead, surrendered it briefly to Good Magic and roared back, holding off several hard-charging challengers to win the Preakness through a cloud of fog on a sloppy, slippery track Saturday. Justify has the chance at the Belmont Stakes in New York on June 9 to do the same thing Baffert’s American Pharoah did in 2015. “Right now, I don’t see why not,” Baffert said. “On June 9, Justify will seek to become only the 13th winner of the most elusive prize in sports-the Triple Crown. Congratulations to Justify and his connections for what they have already accomplished, and we look forward to welcoming them to Belmont Park for the 150th running of the Belmont Stakes,” New York Racing Association CEO & President Chris Kay said in a statement Saturday. Justify #7 ridden by jockey Mike Smith wins the 143rd running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on May 19, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Just getting through the Preakness was a test for the Kentucky Derby champion . The start wasn’t a problem, but Derby runner-up Good Magic pushed Justify along the back stretch and Bravazo and Tenfold made up ground at the end before the wire. “You could tell he was in a fight the whole way,” Baffert said. “He’s just a great horse to handle all that pressure and keep on running.” As Baffert was praying for the wire at Pimlico, Justify won by a half-length. Bravazo edged Tenfold for third, and Good Magic was fourth, running out of gas at the end of the 1 3/16-mile race. “It just wasn’t a good trip,” Good Magic trainer Chad Brown said. “I would have liked to see a different scenario, maybe where we’re just off the pace a little bit, we weren’t getting pressed on the fence the whole way. Disappointing.” That almost happened to Justify, who won his first four races by a combined 21 1/2 lengths. Jockey Mike Smith was worried when he saw Good Magic over his shoulder and when Justify slipped early, and he was hoping there was enough left to get to the wire. “He got a little tired,” Smith said. “This is his hardest race that he’s had.” Baffert tied veteran D. Wayne Lukas’ record with his 14th victory in a Triple Crown race and matched 19th-century trainer R.W. Walden with his seventh Preakness title. Baffert also remained undefeated with Derby winners in the Preakness following Silver Charm, Real Quiet, War Emblem and American Pharoah. Justify showed more evidence of being the same kind of super horse as American Pharoah, and Baffert has repeatedly drawn comparisons between them. Smith won the Preakness for just the second time in 17 tries, 25 years after his first aboard Prairie Bayou. Justify is the 36th horse to win both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness. “I’m so happy that we got it done,” Baffert said. “I’ve never had one run that fast here.” Justify showed no ill effects from a bruised heel on his left hind foot that was discovered in the aftermath of the Derby, an injury Baffert insisted was minor and over within 24 hours. With an eye on the 1 1/2-mile Belmont, Baffert said he and his team would evaluate Justify but more importantly would make sure he’s good to run again in three weeks. “We’re going to make sure that he comes out of the race well and he trains well for it,” Baffert said. “He’s going to have to be really training well.” (© Copyright 2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – USC fired two longtime student health clinic administrators as a result of a Los Angeles Times investigation revealing years of complaints about misconduct complaints against the university’s veteran gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall, according to the newspaper. The Times reported on its website Friday that Dr. William Leavitt, the lead physician at the Engemann Student Health Clinic, confirmed he was fired Friday afternoon and said he was not informed of the reasons for his termination. Tammie Akiyoshi, the clinical director at the health clinic, was also fired, the paper said. The terminations come as outrage grows over USC’s handling of Tyndall, and as more former patients reveal to The Times increasingly disturbing stories about their treatment while they were students at the school. In a letter dated May 15, USC President Max Nikias announced that the school’s Office of Equity and Diversity got a complaint about Tyndall in June 2016 and immediately launched an investigation — which included surveying 2,500 student patients — and placed Tyndall, now 71, on administrative leave. USC didn’t terminate his employment until June 2017. The newspaper had been investigating Tyndall for months prior to the university’s acknowledgment Tuesday. On Friday, the Times reported that about 200 more patients had come forward with complaints against Tyndall, who had served as the Engemann Student Health Center’s only full-time gynecologist for nearly 30 years. The paper said some of those cases would soon be forwarded to the Los Angeles Police Department. USC revealed that complaints about Tyndall dating back to the early 2000s reached Dr. Larry Neinstein, the late executive director of the clinic, but he “handled patient complaints independently,” the newspaper reported. In addition to the accusations that Tyndall used racist and sexually inappropriate remarks, former colleagues had questioned his methods of pelvic exams, specifically, his practice of digital insertion before using a speculum. The university said it was unclear why Tyndall was allowed to remain in his position. Leavitt said Neinstein, who died in 2016, was being unfairly blamed, and he dismissed USC’s portrayal of his management, according to the newspaper. The Times reported that Leavitt, a physician at USC since 1991, said in a brief phone interview that “I’m basically the scapegoat … From my perspective it’s a wrongful termination.” “Dr. Neinstein never did anything without consulting the people above him,” Leavitt told The Times. The Times reported that clinical director Akiyoshi had received several complaints from a nurse about lewd remarks and inappropriate pelvic exams by Tyndall. Former colleagues alleged Tyndall targeted young women, especially those from China and other Asian countries, for exams that included inappropriate touching and lewd remarks about patients’ sex lives and bodies, the Times reported. The Chinese government issued a pointed public statement Wednesday expressing “serious concerns” about USC’s handling of Tyndall. (©2018 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Wire services contributed to this report.)
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Amid growing accusations that it tried to sweep sexual abuse allegations against one of the doctors in its student health center under the rug, the University of Southern California is now apologizing. Earlier this week , the LA Times reported that the school health center’s former gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall had been under investigation by USC for nearly two years for making racist and sexually inappropriate remarks in front of patients and staff. More serious allegations of improper pelvic exams also emerged. On Friday, the Times said about 200 more patients had come forward with complaints against Tyndall, who had served as the Engemann Student Health Center’s only full-time gynecologist for nearly 30 years. The paper said some of those cases would soon be forwarded to the Los Angeles Police Dept. In addition to the accusations that Tyndall used racist and sexually inappropriate remarks, former colleagues had questioned his methods of pelvic exams, specifically, his practice of digital insertion before using a speculum. In the wake of the allegations, USC President Max Nikias sent the following statement to the campus community: “The former physician’s behavior distresses us deeply. He should have been removed and referred to the authorities years ago. I am struggling with the question, as you are: How could this behavior have gone on for so long? Once again, I want to personally apologize to any student who visited or student health center and was made to feel uncomfortable in any way. You deserved better, and we let you down.” Nikias learned of the complaints against the doctor last fall, months after his resignation prompted by a 2016 claim against him by a nurse supervisor, the paper said. The Times said USC had placed Tyndall on administrative leave for nearly a year before it reached “a secret deal with Tyndall last summer that allowed him to resign with a financial payout.” Students who spoke to CBS2 News Friday were pleased with the school’s admission it had failed them, but said they should have done something sooner. “The initial accusations that they accepted the fact that they didn’t look through that well, but they’re taking steps now, so I think that’s a good start, at least,” said one female student. “They’ve acknowledged that that was a mistake, and they want to get to the bottom of this situation,” said another student. The school earlier said its own investigation into the complaints had not resulted in findings of criminal wrongdoing, but they did say they found his behavior and actions violated school principles. As of Friday, no cases had officially been forwarded to the LAPD. This is only the latest scandal involving USC staff. In 2017 , the dean of USC’s School of Medicine Carmen Puliafito was fired after he was linked to a prostitute who said he provided her with illegal drugs.
WASHINGTON (CBSNewYork) – The Trump administration is proposing major changes to health rules that could effectively cut off millions of dollars to some health clinics. As CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports, the administration’s Department of Health and Human Services has gone forward with a plan that would bar taxpayer funds from clinics that provide abortions or refer people to places that do. More From CBS News “You can still get an abortion in this country. You can get it in many different places. We just don’t think taxpayers should have to pay for that. And according to a Marist Knights of Columbus poll, six in 10 Americans think that taxpayers should not be funding it,” Kellyanne Conway said Friday. But pro-choice advocates say the move is merely targeting Planned Parenthood , a principal provider of family planning, abortion services and basic preventative care. “I think this is an issue that should enrage the American public, particularly women, because it’s an attack on them,” Sen. Kristen Gillibrand, D-N.Y., said. “It’s really important that this is something we fight, we fight through all social media.” President Donald Trump is once again making good on another long-term promise to scale back Planned Parenthood. “I would defund it, because of the abortion factor,” he has said. The move will likely energize the president’s conservative base right before the upcoming midterm elections. “He’s governing as the most pro-life president our nation’s ever had,” said Mallory Quigley, of Susan B. Anthony List. “He’s carrying out promises that we collected from him during the campaign. He’s a man of his word and he’s following through on the promises that he made on the campaign trail.” The administration says counseling about an abortion would be OK, but referrals would not. It’s likely to trigger lawsuits from opponents. The Department of Health and Human Services sent its proposal to rewrite the rules to the White House, setting in motion a regulatory process that could take months. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo sent a letter to New York State Department of Health Commissioner Howard Zucker, directing his office to help “protect and secure” the state’s family planning services. “Today, it has been publicly reported that the White House intends to severely limit the rights of women to choose the health care they need by restricting the ability of providers to freely provide women the full range of health care options. This action is the latest in the White House’s assault on women across this country. It is contrary to the freedom of choice New York stands for and impedes the rights of all New Yorkers to access comprehensive health care,” it read in part. “We cannot and will not stand for unwarranted intrusion into the private and confidential relationship between a caregiver and a patient and with this letter I am directing you to take all steps to protect and secure family planning services.”
WASHINGTON (CNN) — On Wednesday, The New York Times published a detailed report about the genesis of the FBI investigation into Russia meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion between Donald Trump’s campaign and a foreign power. The story contained this line: “At least one government informant met several times with Mr. [Carter] Page and Mr. [George] Papadopoulos.” That set Trump off. First, came this tweet on Thursday: Wow, word seems to be coming out that the Obama FBI “SPIED ON THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN WITH AN EMBEDDED INFORMANT.” Andrew McCarthy says, ‘There’s probably no doubt that they had at least one confidential informant in the campaign.’ If so, this is bigger than Watergate! Then this one on Friday morning: “Apparently the DOJ put a Spy in the Trump Campaign. This has never been done before and by any means necessary, they are out to frame Donald Trump for crimes he didn’t commit.” David Asman @LouDobbs @GreggJarrett Really bad stuff! Then, finally, this one: Reports are there was indeed at least one FBI representative implanted, for political purposes, into my campaign for president. It took place very early on, and long before the phony Russia Hoax became a “hot” Fake News story. If true – all time biggest political scandal! It wasn’t just Trump who seized on that line in the Times report. In an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo on Friday morning, Rudy Giuliani, a member of the President’s legal team, latched onto it too. “Here’s the issue that I really feel strongly about with this informant, if there is one,” said Giuliani. “First of all, I don’t know for sure, nor does the President, if there really was one. We’re told that.” Worth noting here: US officials tells CNN that the informant referred to in the Times story was not planted in the Trump campaign to collect information. That fact didn’t stop White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway from insisting that speculation about the informant — even based on very limited information — was entirely appropriate. Conway’s exchange with CNN’s Jeremy Diamond on Friday is stunning stuff. Here’s the full back-and-forth, courtesy of CNN White House producer Allie Malloy: DIAMOND: So, if you guys don’t know that this informant exists or not, why are you guys using this to undermine the Mueller investigation? CONWAY: So you don’t know that there’s Russia collusion, why have you and your network been obsessed with it and talking about it for over a year? DIAMOND: Well there’s an investigation about it. CONWAY: So let’s review, we’ve had over a year to prove this and you failed to and yet you’re still talking about a hypothetical but with new information that there may have been an FBI informant … You’re not willing to accept [that] hypothetical but yours? DIAMOND: But the President is going a step further than what’s out there, Kellyanne, and suggesting this is politically motivated. CONWAY: The President wonders why the mainstream media won’t cover all the great accomplishments he’s had. He kind of wonders why. He knows why. Because he’s been the most successful President in the first 16 months we’ve had in modern history. Just look at the economy, look at your own paycheck, probably. DIAMOND: Do you have any evidence that this was politically motivated? CONWAY: An FBI informant in the campaign. Why would they be there? DIAMOND: There’s no indication as of now that the informant was actually embedded in the campaign, right? CONWAY: And I told you “may have been,” correct? DIAMOND: So why suggest that — CONWAY: You’ve been talking about Russian collusion that doesn’t exist for 16 months. If there … DIAMOND: He may have been embedded based on what? CONWAY: If there was an informant, you know, what they should have been looking at, our plan to target 62 counties that went down to 35 counties, our plan with Donald Trump and Mike Pence in Michigan and Wisconsin in places that Republicans hadn’t won. You should have been listening. That was something, no? What Conway is trying to do is make an apples-to-apples comparison between the ongoing special counsel investigation into Russian interference and the possibility — denied to CNN by informed sources — that there was an informant placed in the Trump campaign by the FBI. It’s a totally dishonest comparison for a bunch of reasons. The most important is that one is actually an investigation being run by a former FBI director while the other is a single line — now clarified — in a New York Times story. The “informant” story has produced zero criminal charges or guilty pleas. The reason for that is because it isn’t an investigation. It is a sentence in a New York Times story. That investigation has produced 75 criminal charges, five guilty pleas — including Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn — and one person sentenced. The “informant” story has produced zero criminal charges or guilty pleas. The reason for that is because it isn’t an investigation. It is a sentence in a New York Times story. A sentence, I can’t note enough, does not mean that the FBI placed an informant in the Trump campaign, according to CNN reporting. Here’s the thing: Conway knows that these two things are not equal. Or anywhere close to equal. What’s she doing is simply trying to muddy the waters, give the average Trump supporter something to push back on all of the Russia talk. Well, what about that secret informant in the Trump campaign?! How come the media isn’t covering that?! The answer goes like this: The media is why Trump even knows about the informant. We are covering it. This informant story, at least as of right now, is not even in the same universe as the Russia investigation. That’s it. The end. The-CNN-Wire, Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-At-Large & © 2018 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company. All rights reserved.
SANTA FE (CBS News/AP) – Ten people were killed in a shooting Friday morning at a high school south of Houston, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said. School district Police Chief Walter Braun said that explosive devices were found at Santa Fe High School and the surrounding area. At an afternoon press conference, Abbott said that another 10 people were wounded in the shooting. Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said most of those killed were students. Emergency crews gather in the parking lot of Santa Fe High School. (Getty Images) The suspect in custody was identified as Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, of Santa Fe, according to law enforcement sources. Gonzalez said a male suspect was in custody and a person of interest was detained and questioned. He didn’t identify the two but said both were believed to be students at the school. Abbott said that the suspect had said that he wanted to commit suicide after the shooting. Dimitrios Pagourtzis following his arrest. “He gave himself up and admitted at the time that he didn’t have the courage to commit the suicide,” Abbott said. Pagourtzis used a shotgun and a revolver in the shooting, Abbott said. The guns are believed to have been legally owned by his father. Police found pressure cookers and pipe bombs around the school, a law enforcement source told CBS News. There was an active search for explosives, a federal law enforcement source told CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues. Authorities were in the process of rendering them safe and asked the public to call 911 if they see anything suspicious. Sources confirmed to Pegues that authorities were searching property related to the suspect. “We experienced an unthinkable tragedy at our high school this morning,” Superintendent Leigh Wall said in a message posted to Facebook. A school resource officer were shot and injured in the shooting, CBS News has learned. Another law enforcement officer was also injured but was not shot. One hospital reported treating eight wounded patients. Six were treated and released. One was listed in critical condition, and another in fair condition. “We hope the worst is over and I really can’t say any more about that because it would be pure speculation,” Assistant Principal Cris Richardson told media outlets at the scene. Santa Fe High School student Dakota Shrader is comforted by her mother Susan Davidson. (The Galveston County Daily News via AP) Student Damon Rabon told CBSN that he looked out his classroom door with a substitute teacher after hearing several loud bangs and saw the gunman. “Black trench coat, short kind of guy, had a sawed-off shotgun,” Damon said. The substitute teacher then pulled the fire alarm in the hopes of alerting students and faculty in other areas of the school and getting them to evacuate. Tyler Turner, a senior at the school, told KHOU-TV that his friend saw “some kid” with a gun. When teachers and students were outside after the fire alarm was pulled, shots were fired, Tyler said. “As soon as the alarms went off, everybody just started running outside,” 10th-grader Dakota Shrader told reporters, “and next thing you know everybody looks, and you hear boom, boom, boom, and I just ran as fast as I could to the nearest floor so I could hide, and I called my mom.” Tyler said he ran behind some trees, heard more shots, jumped a fence and ran to a car wash. He said he saw firefighters treat a girl who had a bandage around her knee and may have been shot. One student told Houston television station KTRK in a telephone interview that a gunman came into her first-period art class and started shooting. The student said she saw one girl with blood on her leg as the class evacuated the room. “We thought it was a fire drill at first but really, the teacher said, ‘Start running,’” the student told the television station. The student said she didn’t get a good look at the shooter because she was running away. She said students escaped through a door at the back of the classroom. Authorities have not yet confirmed that report. MORE: #SantaFeHighSchool shooting suspect Dimitrios Pagourtzis posted disturbing FB photos in recent weeks including “Born to Kill” custom shirt. #KHOU11 pic.twitter.com/GruXL8mpD5 — Lauren Talarico (@KHOULauren) May 18, 2018 Students from the high school were being transported to another location to reunite with their parents. A parent told CBS affiliate KHOU-TV that some students were evacuated to an auto shop near the campus. Aerial footage from the scene showed students standing in a grassy field and three life-flight helicopters landing at the school in Santa Fe, a city of about 13,000 residents roughly 30 miles southeast of Houston. In Washington, President Trump initially reacted to the shooting on Twitter. “School shooting in Texas. Early reports not looking good. God bless all!” Mr. Trump said. Later, while speaking at an event on prison reform, the president said it was a “very sad day.” “This has been going on too long in our country,” Mr. Trump said. “Too many years, too many decades now. We grieve for the terrible loss of life and send our support and love to everyone affected by this absolutely horrific attack. To the students, families, teachers and personnel at Santa Fe High, we’re with you in this tragic hour, and we will be with you forever.” According to a law enforcement official, the FBI was responding to offer assistance, CBS News senior investigative producer Pat Milton reports. The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives also said it was responding. There was a large law enforcement response to the same school in February when it was placed on lockdown after students and teachers said they heard “popping sounds.” Santa Fe police swept the campus but found no threat. (© Copyright 2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)