Senators grilled a top FBI official in a heated hearing — and he still couldn't explain how the bureau fumbled a tip on the Florida shooting suspect

David Bowdich, the FBI’s deputy director, testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on March 14, 2018. Associated Press/Jacquelyn Martin

The FBI’s deputy director told senators on Wednesday that the agency doesn’t know exactly why two employees closed out a tip on suspected Florida shooter Nikolas Cruz. The FBI admitted just days after the Florida shooting that it failed to pass the tip along to its Miami field office for further investigation. No one at the

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