What we know about the woman who opened fire at YouTube headquarters

More details are emerging about the woman who police say shot three people at YouTube headquarters yesterday, then killed herself. Nasim Aghdam, 39, had a grudge against the video-sharing platform. Police say she was upset with how the company handled her content.



  • Matthias Gafni - winner of Pulitzer Prize for his 2017 coverage of the Ghost Ship fire for the East Bay Times; currently a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle - @mgafni