There are new details about the gunman who attacked members of Congress on a wide-open field last week.
FOX's Rachel Sutherland reports from Washington:
James Tom Hodskinson was a man with a plan when he went to a baseball field outside Washington and opened fire. Andrew Vale with the FBI Washington Field office says the 66-year-old, living out of van, acted alone.
(Vale) "There was no nexus to terrorism. The FBI is investigating this shooting as an assault on a member of Congress and an assault on a federal officer."
The FBI says Hodgkinson was carrying around a list of names, members of Congress. Officials aren't saying who those members were.
Congressman Scalise has been upgraded to serious condition and he's reportedly talking and texting.
In Washington, Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.