The FBI is working under the presumption the deadly shooting at a Florida naval base is an act of terrorism.
At a Sunday news conference, FBI Special Agent-in-Charge Rachel Rojas confirmed the shooter, who died at the scene, was a second lieutenant in the Royal Saudi Air Force. Authorities believe he acted alone in the shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola that left three people dead and eight others wounded. Federal agents are interviewing the dead gunman's classmates and anybody else who knew him. Rojas says more than 80 FBI agents are working the case 24-7 and no arrests have been made.