Though the U.S. Army continues to withhold the name of the staff sergeant accused of massacring 16 Afghan civilians, some of the details of his life and his actions before the killing are beginning to come out.
With the NCAA Tournament underway, and the first big games just hours away on Thursday, students at Harvard are in the grips of March Madness for the first time in more than six decades. Harvard last made the NCAA Tournament in 1946.
In Marysville, Ind., resident are faced with a stark choice. Rebuild, though no one knows who will pay for it, or abandon the town and start a new life somewhere else. It's a decision that's played out before and continues to play out in small towns practically wiped from the map by violent tornadoes.
Around the Midwest, cities are burying their dead and picking up the pieces after a series of tornadoes moved through late Tuesday and early Wednesday, at least a dozen people are dead in an area stretching from Kansas to Illinois, victims of winter-time tornadoes.
Tornadoes tore across parts of the United States on Sunday night, killing at least two, in Jefferson County, Ala., and wounding dozens. But many lives were likely saved with timely warnings from the National Weather Service -- warning they hope to make more accurate with a new radar system rolling out nationally.
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