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Following the confirmation of evidence of nerve gas in the Syrian civil war, President Obama says he will act prudently and deliberately before taking action; and as part of our continuing series, "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets Dan Stroup, an eighth-grade teacher from Indianapolis who keeps in touch with all of his former students.
4/25: Boston bomb suspects planned to go to Times Square; U.S. confirms evidence of possible nerve gas attack in Syria
[LESS INFO] 1 VIEWS | ADDED 19:57:55 04/25/13
The surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, told investigators he and his brother were on their way to New York's Times Square to set off more bombs; and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced that the U.S. intelligence community "assesses with some degree of varying confidence" that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons.
[LESS INFO] 7 VIEWS | ADDED 18:53:53 04/24/13
Brother of murdered MIT officer, gives moving speech before massive crowd at memorial service; Also, John Blackstone and retired pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger take a look at an unusual aircraft called Solar Impulse. An airplane powered only by the sun; And, a new study finds a simple blood test of a compound made by gut bacteria serves as a very strong and independent predictor of future risk of heart attack, stroke and death.
[LESS INFO] 4 VIEWS | ADDED 17:08:33 04/23/13
Ten weeks before the Boston Marathon bombings, Tamerlan Tsarnaev bought two mortar kits from a New Hampshire fireworks store; Also, the Associated Press suspended its twitter account after it was hacked Tuesday. A group called syrian electronic army claimed responsibility for sending a tweet that read: "Breaking.... Two explosions in the White House and Barack Obama is injured"; And, team of 16 volunteer doctors provide free medical care to homeless women in Boston.
[LESS INFO] 18 VIEWS | ADDED 19:05:51 04/22/13
Acts of remembrance are taking place across the country, one week after the terror attack at the Boston Marathon. Elaine Quijano reports on the memorials and a city trying to ease back into its routines; Also, towns in the Midwest have been hit hard by Spring floods; And, law enforcement sources say Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, has indicated he and his brother acted alone in the attack.
4/21: Tsarnaev in critical condition and unable to speak; London marathoners show support for Boston
[LESS INFO] 0 VIEWS | ADDED 17:29:24 04/21/13
Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev remains in the hospital in critical but stable condition, reportedly unable to speak; and, thousands of runners showed up to run in the London Marathon, showing support for the victims of the Boston Marathon bomb attack.
[LESS INFO] 3 VIEWS | ADDED 19:09:35 04/20/13
Boston bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev is in serious condition and under heavy guard a day after he was captured in a manhunt that shut down the city; and Tatyana McFadden competed in Boston's wheelchair marathon the day it was bombed, but plans to compete in London's marathon, "dedicating the whole weekend to the people of Boston."
4/18: FBI releases images of 2 Boston bombing suspects; catastrophic explosion devastates Texas town
[LESS INFO] 1 VIEWS | ADDED 18:48:19 04/18/13
The FBI is making a public appeal for names after releasing surveillance pictures of the two suspects they believe are linked to the Boston bombings; and a devastating explosion rocks the town of West, Texas, injuring at least 160 people. Authorities still can't say how many have died.
4/17: Gun control bill has major setback in U.S. Senate; FBI zeroing in on possible Boston bombing suspect
[LESS INFO] 2 VIEWS | ADDED 19:14:32 04/17/13
A bipartisan measure to require background checks for all gun sales was defeated in the U.S. Senate, failing to get the 60 votes needed to pass.; and, the FBI is looking at a possible suspect in the Boston bombings but don't know where he is or who he is for sure.
[LESS INFO] 4 VIEWS | ADDED 17:24:22 04/16/13
More than 24 hours after two deadly bombs went off at the Boston Marathon, police still have no suspect and few clues. And, as Scott Pelley reports, they're asking the public for their help, and their pictures; Also, an 8-year-old was one of the 3 victims that lost their lives during the Boston Marathon attack; And, following the bombing at the Boston Marathon, eight children were taken to Boston Children's Hospital.
[LESS INFO] 0 VIEWS | ADDED 18:44:48 04/15/13
Two bombs, 12 seconds apart, killed at least two people and injured dozens of others near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Terrell Brown reports on the chaotic scene following the attack; Also, the bombs were small but powerful explosive devices places along the marathon route. The coordinated explosions suggest some expertise and planning; And, in Los Angeles, California police and sheriffs' departments are providing extra security to high-profile locations, including public transit, government buildings and shopping centers -- places where crowds might gather.
4/14: Sources: Judge at center of DA death probe; Margaret Thatcher's critics celebrate upcoming funeral
[LESS INFO] 0 VIEWS | ADDED 19:09:53 04/14/13
investigation into Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland's death leads to former justice of the peace, but he is still not considered a prime suspect; Also, to some people in Britain, Margaret Thatcher is seen as a fearless politician. To others, she's remembered foremost for policies that led to lost jobs and broken communities; And, Japan says its armed and ready in case North Korea acts on threats, and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry vows to defend its allies in the event of an attack.
[LESS INFO] 0 VIEWS | ADDED 20:10:31 04/13/13
Supporters of tougher gun control kept up the pressure on Congress with demonstrations across the country; and, it's been over four months since Superstorm Sandy rocked the East Coast and some homeowners struggling to pay for repairs are now facing foreclosure.
[LESS INFO] 1 VIEWS | ADDED 19:06:57 04/12/13
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is now threatening to attack Japan while Secretary of State John Kerry in South Korea is warning that the U.S. will defend itself and its allies.; and, "On The Road," Steve Hartman meets Kimberly Marshall, who reunited with the man who saved her life as a baby in war-torn Vietnam.
[LESS INFO] 1 VIEWS | ADDED 17:32:56 04/11/13
For the first time, a U.S. intelligence agency has said that North Korea has capability of adding nuclear weapon to tip of missile.; and, As Sandy Hook families continued lobbying Capitol Hill, the Senate began the debate on a gun control bill.
[LESS INFO] 0 VIEWS | ADDED 17:55:55 04/10/13
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Sen. Patrick Toomey, R-Pa., struck a deal that would be the biggest change in gun control in 20 years; and, Orphaned 4/10: Bipartisan gun law deal; Dance Theater of Harlem's youngest memberat the age of 3, Michaela DePrince was later adopted by an American family. Now, at age 18, she is the youngest company member at the Dance Theater of Harlem.