3/21: Police believe Texas shootout linked to Colorado manhunt; Parents of Newtown shooting victim meet killer's father
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Law enforcement officials tell CBS News they believe a Texas shootout that ended in a car crash is connected to the murder of Tom Clements - the Colorado State prison chief.; And, the parents of Emilie Parker, one of the children who died in the Newtown massacre, have met with the father of the killer
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The President reiterates alliance with Israel while condemning the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria; Also, Even as the number of Catholics rises in the U.S., the number of Catholic priests is dwindling; And, Bernanke lowers projection of economic growth from 3 down to 2.8 percent.
3/19: Student saves lives by calling 911 on potential gunman; Pope Francis lists priorities during installation
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Helmet cam shows aftermath of foiled plan for mass shooting on the University of Central Florida campus; Also, Hundreds of thousands of people packed St. Peter's Square in Vatican City to watch the inaugural mass, formally installing Pope Francis as the church's 266th pope; And, the Supreme Court is hearing a case of a generic drug maker, Mutual Pharmaceutical, being sued by a customer who suffered a horrific allergic reaction.
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Police say a former student at the University of Central Florida was planning an attack. He had a plan, ammunition and multiple weapons; Also, new details on what motivated Adam Lanza to gun down 20 first graders and six school staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary are emerging; And, Some believe Pope Francis, as head of Argentina's Jesuit priests, could have done more for residents by speaking out against the military dictatorship controlling the country in the 1970s and 80s.
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Pope Francis gave a sense of his down-to-earth style Sunday, plunging into the crowd that gathered outside his parish church where he held Mass; Also, with the 10th anniversary of the Iraq invasion approaching, Magalie Laguerre speaks to a soldier who kept a private record of the dramatic first weeks in Baghdad; And, Ohio juvenile court Judge Thomas Lipps, found 17-year-old Trent Mays and 16-year-old Ma'Lik Richmond guilty of a raping a 16-year-old girl in a case that first played out on social media.
3/16: Pope speaks to journalists; St. Patty's day celebration packs extra emotion for one New Yorker
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Three days after his election, Pope Francis spoke to an estimated 6,000 journalists at the Vatican and shares insight into the conclave that elected him; And, John Manning is a band leader who lost his home during Superstorm Sandy, but that won't stop him from celebrating St. Patty's Day both in New York and Ireland.
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In May 2012, JP Morgan Chase said a series of bad trades cost it $2 billion - a figure that eventually rose to $6.2 billion. Now, Congress and the FBI are investigating how the world's largest bank allowed such a massive blunder; And, the Argentinian hometown of the newly-elected pontiff, Pope Francis, where people recall him growing up in his Buenos Aires neighborhood.
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Through all of his actions so far, it appears Pope Francis intends on being a different kind of pontiff -- humble with big ambition; And, this week marks 75 years on the air for the "CBS World News Roundup," making it the longest-running newscast in history.
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It took the cardinals of the Catholic church 24 hours to make history by selecting the first non-European to lead the church; Also, worldwide reactions to the new pope; And, military sex abuse case and military law under review after overturned court marshal.
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After a morning mass, the cardinals locked themselves in the Sistine Chapel and cast their first vote; Also, as the world waits for a new pope, Catholic women are hoping for more influential roles within the church; And, The St. Anne's Church Choir witnesses history as they celebrate basilica's choir's 500th anniversary.
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Not long after the new pope is elected, he will be introduced to world of challenges facing the Catholic Church, not the least of which are financial; Also, compounding pharmacies are supposed to make drugs for individuals by prescription. But, New England Compounding Center shipped 17,000 vials of toxic steroids to 23 states; And, Scott Pelley sits down with three young men on their way to priesthood.
3/10: Pope speculation revolves around Americans, Europeans; Karzai accuses U.S. of teaming with Taliban
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There is no clear front runner among the cardinals, but there are favorites to keep an eye on; Also, tensions run high between the U.S. and Afghanistan, but officials still meet behind closed doors; And, Veterans say that exposure to radiation from Fukushima has made them sick.
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The conclave that will elect a new pope will begin in 3 days as speculation about the contenders continues; And, A mysterious illness causing disease of the lungs has affected many veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars who were exposed to open-air burn pits, which were used to burn everything from batteries to body parts.
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The Labor Department said 236,000 jobs were created in February and the unemployment rate fell to 7.7 percent - the lowest rate in more than four years; And, as part of our continuing series "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets Noah Brocklebank, a 7th grader from Columbia, Maryland, whose life was saved by strong words of encouragement.
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For the first time, an insider at New England Compounding Center - the drug company linked to a deadly meningitis outbreak - is providing insight on how things went wrong. "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley reports on how a pharmacy shipped toxic drugs to patients across the country.; And, the remains of two unidentified Civil War soldiers were found buried under a 140-year-old shipwreck off the coast of North Carolina. CBS News' David Martin reports.
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A major storms rips through the Mid-Atlantic states leaving more than 200,000 homes and businesses without power; Also, President Obama will hold a dinner with a group of GOP senators; And, Garrett McNamara may have broken his own record for the tallest waved ever surfed.