Students who came to school with a plan to kill did not "just snap." They told other kids, aired their grievances, and otherwise left clues that could have been used to prevent the attacks, a Secret Service review of school shootings since 1974 finds.

In a departure from duties that include protecting the president and catching counterfeiters, the Secret Service examined 37 cases in hopes of teaching educators to take a closer look at what students are...

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