10 Things to Know for Today
10 Things to Know for Today
Blast on Site of Explosives Plants Kills 1
Explosion and fire at Tennessee plant kills 1 person, injures 3 others
Quotations in the News
Quotations in the News
AP Photos: Colorado Hosts Its Own Fracking Boom
AP Photos: A fracking boom pushes Colorado's oil production to its highest level in 50 years
Ordnance Rendered Safe; Calif. Evacuations Lifted
Bomb squad renders military ordnance safe, hundreds of evacuees returning home in Calif. town
Firetruck Plows Into LA-Area Cafe; 15 Hurt
Firetruck heading to blaze plows into Los Angeles-area cafe; 15 hurt, including firefighters
Fund Raises Thousands for Exonerated NYC Man
Fund raises thousands for NYC man cleared of murder after 25 years; stranger set up campaign
Ex-Honors Student's Terror Sentencing Scheduled
Ex-honors student linked to 'Jihad Jane' to be sentenced in Pa. for terrorism plot
What's Next in Gay Marriage's Legal Odyssey?
What's next for gay marriage after Denver court hearing
Openings Set to Start in NY Trial of Egyptian Imam
Opening statements set in New York City in conspiracy trial of Egyptian clergyman from England
Boston Marathon Hoax Suspect Charged
Police end up detonating rice cooker filled with confetti after identifying potential terror threat.
1971 Cold Case: 'Consistent With a Car Accident'
Officials in South Dakota have determined the deaths of two missing teenagers was not foul play.
Video Shows Suspicious Person Near Boston Marathon Finish Line
The footage of a person in all black is shown in the vicinity of where a suspicious package was found.
SuperShuttle Carjacked en Route to Airport
Suspect without a reservation boarded the van and took control from the driver after a quick stop.
Suspected Jewish Community Center Gunman Makes First Court Appearance
Frazier Glenn Cross, 73, faces capital murder charge for multiple shooting deaths in Kansas.
Accused Kansas JCC Shooter Appears in Court
Frazier Glenn Miller requested a court-appointed attorney and is being held on $10 million bond.
Team Hoyt's Inspirational Push to the Finish Line
Dick Hoyt and his son, Rick, who has cerebral palsy, participated in their first race in 1977.
Man Accused in 'Mercy Killing' of Wife Goes Missing
Arizona authorities say Howard Rudolph, 79, removed his electronic monitoring bracelet while on house arrest.
KKK's 1989 Fight to Get on Cable TV
ACLU filed a lawsuit in Kansas City on behalf of the Ku Klux Klan.
Boston Marathon: A Year Later
A timeline of events from the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy.
Nightline 4/16: Hate Next Door: English Defense League's War Against Radical Islam
Britain's Face of Hate: EDL Founder's Shocking Decision; Nearly 300 Missing After Ferry Sinks off South Korea Coast
WN 4/16: Search for Survivors After Ferry Sinks in South Korea
Best and worst jobs in America; Indiana high school raises 20k for charity.
GMA 4/16: Korean Ferry Carrying High School Students Sinks
Backpacks Left at Boston Finish Line Part of Bomb Hoax; April Snow and Cold Hit Across East and South
Nightline Prime 4/12: Unification Church Mass Wedding: The Big Day
Followers of the late Rev. Sun Myung Moon believe international marriages promote world peace.
This Week: New Developments in Ukraine
Guests: Samantha Power, Deval Patrick, Rand Paul
20/20 4/12: Shameless
Nabbing the 'Internet Casanova'; Facebook Fraud: The Warrior Eli Hoax; Ridiculous Tax Write-Offs