Morning Express with Robin Meade

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Is there enough security on military posts?

Is there enough security on military posts?

HLN's Robin Meade speaks with a former Assistant Director for Cyber, Response and Services branch of the FBI about what changes, if any, have been made at Ft. Hood and other military facilities since the 2009 shootings on the post.

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Who is Fort Hood shooter Ivan Lopez?

Who is Fort Hood shooter Ivan Lopez?

Authorities identified the shooter who opened fire Wednesday at Fort Hood as Army Specialist Ivan Lopez. Officials say he killed himself after a military officer confronted him, and that he was being treated for mental health issues and was undergoing diagnosis for possible PTSD.

Read more: 'Can't be happening again'

Former President Bill Clinton tells Jimmy Kimmel if he had discovered during his presidency that there were aliens under 'Area 51' he would tell us.

Bill Clinton: No aliens at 'Area 51'

Former President Bill Clinton told Jimmy Kimmel last night that he would not be surprised if aliens exist!

In fact, President Clinton said he had his aides research "Area 51," and when he realized the anniversary of the “Roswell incident” was coming up during his second term, he had all the papers on that rumored UFO crash reviewed.

Cracks in the road of Route 16 in northern Chile after an 8.2 magnitude quake and aftershocks.

7.6 aftershock jolts Chile

Buildings shook and people ran into the streets again in Chile after a huge 7.6 magnitude aftershock.

It's the strongest since Tuesday’s powerful earthquake in the same area.

Multiple people were killed and others injured Wednesday, April 2, 2014, when a shooter opened fire at Fort Hood, Texas, a senior military official and law enforcement official told CNN.

Speed feed: Thursday, April 3, 2014

Some of today's must-see, must-share stories seen on Morning Express with Robin Meade:

Ft. Hood shooter was being treated for mental issues (CNN)
- 16 people hurt, 4 dead including gunman

Which viral dance should Robin learn?

updated 1:21 PM EDT, Wed April 02, 2014
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33% Gangnam Style
12% The Dougie
4% Soulja Boy 'Superman'
9% The Nae Nae
43% The Carlton
Social media money: Cosmetics queen Michelle Phan

Social media money: Cosmetics queen Michelle Phan

You may use Twitter and Facebook and Instagram, but are you making any money off them?

Morning Express with Robin Meade is looking at how you can cash in on social media, and we're starting with one young woman whose homemade YouTube videos made her an online superstar.

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Flight 370: All passengers cleared in disappearance

New this morning: All passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight 370 have been cleared of hijacking, sabotage, personal problems or  psychological issues that may have had a role in the plane's disappearance.

Malaysia's police chief also confirmed that it is now a criminal investigation, but apparently officials have been treating it this way for weeks.

Naked man breaks-in and makes himself at home

Naked man breaks-in and makes himself at home

21-year-old Ashdon Gibbs was arrested Tuesday near Atlanta after allegedly breaking into several homes wearing nothing but a cowboy hat -- and the whole thing was caught on tape.

More from HLN affiliate WSB: One home owned by city councilwoman

General Motors CEO Mary Barra testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee about the botched GM ignition switch recall on Tuesday, April 1, 2014.

GM CEO: 'I am deeply sorry'

One lawmaker, who grilled the new General Motors CEO says one of her answers was 'gobbledy-gook."

Mary Barra goes up for round two of questioning on Capitol hill today after getting grilled yesterday about why the car company took so long to acknowledge problems with ignition switches.