5/13: Philadelphia abortion doctor guilty of murder; Cleveland officer, dispatcher describe discovery of missing women
[LESS INFO] 3 VIEWS | ADDED 17:25:24 05/13/13
Dr. Kermit Gosnell left the courthouse a convicted murderer, in a prison jumpsuit and handcuffs. Prosecutors said Gosnell delivered babies alive, then cut their spinal cords with scissors. He could learn next week if he'll get the death penalty or life in prison; also, as executive director of the Richmond, Va., Tea Party, Laurence Nordvig says he thought for two years the tea party had been singled out by the IRS for an unusual and highly political investigation; and a Cleveland police officer and a police dispatcher describe the discovery of Amanda Berry, Michelle Knight and Gina DeJesus inside the Cleveland horror house.
[LESS INFO] 2 VIEWS | ADDED 18:17:36 05/12/13
The Internal Revenue Service is facing an unprecedented public relations disaster for targeting political groups; Then, a judge's decision to ban a Fla. Student from school surprises many; Also, Hollywood films are facing a strict and secretive censorship process
[LESS INFO] 2 VIEWS | ADDED 17:10:45 05/11/13
The IRS's own inspector found that IRS officials knew agents were targeting tea party groups starting in 2011. This contradicts what the former head of the agency told Congress; and for the first time in Pakistan's history, democratically-elected successors will take over after the five-year term of a civilian government as Pakistanis head to the polls.
[LESS INFO] 1 VIEWS | ADDED 17:17:59 05/10/13
In a surprise announcement, the IRS apologized for singling out tea party organizations for extra scrutiny in the 2012 election year; and Steve Hartman meets Brenda Gorman and her husband, who adopted 4-year-old Eliana, a child from the Congo with a rare heart condition.
[LESS INFO] 1 VIEWS | ADDED 17:32:42 05/09/13
Ariel Castro faces four charges of kidnapping and three of rape in the brutal confinement of young women in his first court appearance; and a middle school in Oakland, Calif. hired identical twins to be co-principals. The dual approach has helped improve behavior problems at the school.
5/8: Freedom from the "house of horror": 10 years in captivity; U.S. diplomats describe night of Benghazi attack
[LESS INFO] 2 VIEWS | ADDED 17:36:01 05/08/13
Two of the Ohio women held captive by Ariel Castro, Gina De Jesus and Amanda Barry, went home while a third, Michele Knight, is still recovering in the hospital; Also, an American who was on the ground in Libya testifies to Congress; And, after a roadside bomb paralyzed him from the chest down, Josh Himan was given a specially designed weight machine usually built for NFL players.
[LESS INFO] 2 VIEWS | ADDED 17:13:53 05/07/13
A 10-year nightmare ends for three women after one escapes from house they were imprisoned in; Then, Syria's refugees in camps on the border are putting a strain on the country of Jordan; Also, a victim of the housing crash is starting a new life out using recycled material.
5/6: How did Katherine Russell become Mrs.Tamerlan Tsarnaev?; Candid Vietnam War photos rediscovered
[LESS INFO] 2 VIEWS | ADDED 18:11:02 05/06/13
Those who knew Katherine Russell wonder how she went from an outgoing, daughter of a doctor in high school, to a quiet wife on welfare who converted to Islam; Also, since becoming president, Park Geun-hye has taken a hardline approach to North Korea; And, pictures taken by a battalion photographer have been salvaged from a shoe box and put on display in Portland.
[LESS INFO] 1 VIEWS | ADDED 16:48:39 05/05/13
Eight months after the Benghazi attacks, one senior U.S. diplomat raises new questions about a possible cover-up by saying he and most others in the mission "thought it was a terrorist attack from the get-go"; Also, the focus on Tamerlan's widow, 24-year-old Katherine Russell, is intensifying. A search of her laptop found Al-Qaeda's online magazine "Inspire," which offers bomb-making instructions; And, billionaire George Kaiser's foundation spends $20 million a year on early childhood education for low income families in Oklahoma
[LESS INFO] 3 VIEWS | ADDED 17:12:19 05/04/13
After three days and more than 47-square miles burned, a massive early-season wildfire in California is starting to wind down as nearly 2,000 firefighters battle the blaze; and at a time when many states are facing cuts in education funding, Oklahoma is testing a public-private partnership that expands pre-K coverage.
[LESS INFO] 3 VIEWS | ADDED 17:46:22 05/03/13
Education has been a dividing line in the economic recovery: who's hiring and who can't find enough skilled workers; and, as part of our continuing series "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets two Texas teens at opposite ends of the high school popularity spectrum who are nominated for prom king. The result was stunning
[LESS INFO] 1 VIEWS | ADDED 17:40:58 05/02/13
Across California, strong winds and bone-dry brush are fueling wildfires that are headed toward communities; and America is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Birmingham children's march, a pivotal moment that helped revitalize the civil rights movement in the U.S.
5/1: Feds charge 3 friends of Boston bomb suspect; Guantanamo prisoners being force fed during hunger strike
[LESS INFO] 0 VIEWS | ADDED 17:23:00 05/01/13
Three college classmates of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have been charged with trying to cover up his tracks after the deadly Boston Marathon bombings; Also, Gen. John Kelley believes the hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay was triggered by the inmate's belief that President Obama had given up trying to close the prison; And, female troops are able to get to know Afghan women who are not allowed any contact with men outside their families.
4/30: Man carjacked by Boston bomb suspects speaks out; Windpipe made from stem cells help 2-year-old
[LESS INFO] 4 VIEWS | ADDED 18:21:32 04/30/13
The man hijacked by the Tsarnaev brothers speaks to John Miller about what he heard while in the car with the bomber suspects; Also, Hannah Warren, 2, is finally breathing and eating on her own after receiving an artificial windpipe that was grown from stem cells; And, in the face of a growing hunger strike, President Obama said his administration will try again to close the military prison camp at Guantanamo, Cuba.
[LESS INFO] 5 VIEWS | ADDED 18:07:52 04/29/13
Sources say female DNA has been found on a fragment of one of the bombs used in the Boston Marathon bombing; Also, California's Proposition 36 relaxes a law that mandates a mandatory life sentence for three-time felons. Now some 3,000 lifers in Calif. Prisons are eligible for release; And, 12-year NBA veteran Jason Collins becomes first male athlete in one of four major U.S. sports to come out during career.
[LESS INFO] 0 VIEWS | ADDED 13:26:18 04/29/13
Parents of the Boston bombing suspects remain in Russia. Meanwhile, Sen. Lindsey Graham blasts FBI and CIA for missed signals; and, a non-profit organization launched a program for pet owners who rely on public assistance so they can afford to feed their pets.