- As America marks the anniversary of the Boston terrorist attack, survivors of earlier bombings describe their journeys forward --- and offer poignant words for those one year away from the day that changed their lives.
- One year after the Boston Marathon bombings and almost three years after his death in a CIA drone strike in Yemen, Anwar al-Awlaki, the New Mexico-born American cleric continues to be a major influence on violent jihadist extremists in the United States.
- Eric Harroun, an Army veteran from Phoenix, accused of fighting alongside al Qaeda-affiliated militants in Syria and then freed has died, according to his family and officials in Phoenix, Arizona.
- Melissa Jarboe spent 11 months at her husband's side as he struggled to recover from the sniper's bullet that struck him down in Afghanistan. He lost the battle, but it inspired Melissa to engage in a new fight for our nation's veterans and their families.
- Imagine ships that fire missiles at seven times the speed of sound without using explosives, or that use lasers to destroy threats at the cost of about a dollar a shot, and vessels making fuel from seawater.
- The U.S. Navy has unveiled a new secret weapon that its developers call a rail gun. Its projectile can travel at seven times the speed of sound and could potentially change the way America fights wars. David Martin reports.
- A few months before the Boston bombings, the suspected mastermind of the terror attack, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, wanted to change his name, a U.S. government official told CNN Wednesday.