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Flawed testimony and lab reports done by forensic examiners over a decades-long period may have resulted in false convictions, the agency says
Several hundred people gathered to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the terrorist bombing in Oklahoma City. CBSN's Jeff Glor reports on how the victims were remembered.
Despite being from Brooklyn, Jessica Lynn is a true woman of the South. By age 13, Lynn had started her own band, and now she's trying to make it big in Nashville -- 900 miles from home. Kristine Johnson reports.
Hot, dry weather was the culprit of a thousand-acre wildfire east of Los Angeles. But climatologists are looking at a large blob of warm water which could possibly end the record drought. Carter Evans reports.
A man named Freddie Gray died Sunday, a week after he was hurt following being taken into police custody. According to Mark Albert, police will not say why he was originally stopped.
The trial of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev enters the penalty phase Tuesday. The jury will decide whether the 21-year-old gets the death penalty, or life in prison. Don Dahler reports from Boston.
The FBI admitted a wide range of mistakes this weekend. A 3-year review of the FBI lab in Washington, D.C., is opening eyes across the country. And now, it could re-open hundreds of criminal cases. Jericka Duncan reports.
Tornado watches were up in the South as violent thunderstorms moved across the region. The storms are moving up the coast and will affects tens of millions, including the Boston Marathon. WBZ's chief meteorologist Eric Fisher tells us more.