returned to work that she was fired.
On Sept. 16, a man killed 12 people in a shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard before dying in a gunbattle with police. The gunman, Aaron Alexis, a defense industry employee and former Navy Reservist, had complained of hearing voices and said in writings left behind that he was driven to kill by months of bombardment with electromagnetic waves.
Tucker reported from Washington. Associated Press writers Lauran Neegaard and Adam Goldman in Washington, Michael Melia in Hartford, Larry Neumeister in New York and Jessica Hill in Hamden contributed to this report, along with AP researcher Barbara Sambriski in New York.