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How do we prevent the next mass shooting before it happens? That's the question Mother Jones national affairs editor Mark Follman has been researching since 2012, when a gunman killed 12 people at a movie theater in Aurora, Colo.
With such a high-stakes, high-stress lifestyle, many journalists return from war zones with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. Dr. Anthony Feinstein is one of those working to help them overcome the emotional aftereffects of covering conflict.
Farmer and psychologist Michael Rosmann ("ROSE-man"). He's a fourth generation farmer who also listens to the problems of other farmers. With the price of crops and livestock going down, many farmers are struggling and often losing their farms, some of which have been in their families for generations. Rosmann lives and works in Harlan, Iowa. He helped found the Sharing Help Awareness United Network (SHAUN), a nonprofit group that finds counseling for farmers even if they can't afford it.