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Should Boston bombing suspect get a Miranda warning? Debate follows Friday capture

As Boston celebrated the capture of a suspect in the marathon bombings Friday night, a debate erupted in Washington over whether military or civilian law would best handle Dzhokar Tsarnaev.

Residents near Texas plant explosion allowed to return home

Days after a fertilizer plant explosion killed 14 people and leveled parts of a central Texas town, officials moved Saturday to help get residents back to their homes.

Nurse still has nursing license after pleading guilty for tampering with patients medications

A Washington state family says that their elderly mother wasn't given the proper medication before she passed away. The nurse caring for the woman just recently pleaded guilty to tampering with her medication.

Florida sues BP, Halliburton over 2010 oil spill

The state of Florida on Saturday filed a lawsuit against BP and Halliburton over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Tracking suspects down: Some landmark U.S. manhunts

Over the years, U.S. law enforcement and intelligence officers have tracked a host of elusive criminals, most of them within the United States. Here are some of the most prominent examples. Osama Bin Laden

Obama, Republicans stand with Boston

President Barack Obama united with Republicans on Saturday in condemning the violence that took place in Boston and praised the valor that ensued.

Boston bombing suspect tweeted 'stay safe'

Boston bombing suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev has tweeted since the Boston Marathon bombings on what two friends of his tell CNN is his Twitter account.

UPDATE: 1 Boston bombing suspect dead, another on the loose

UPDATE (10:52am): Ruslan Tsarni, the uncle of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing, delivered his condolences to the victims of the bombings and said he was shocked that the children of his brother might have been involv