Cat Survives Being Shot by Arrow
A cat in Norwich, Conn. is lucky to be alive after being shot by an arrow and found by the city's mayor on a house porch while he was out campaigning for re-election. (Nov. 7)
First Lady Michelle Obama Talks Education With Nene Sy
First Lady Michelle Obama is interviewed by 18-year-old New Yorker Nene Sy, a senior at the Young Women’s Leadership School, at the White House
Remote Control: How Aereo Will Revolutionize TV - or Fade to Black
Katie Couric interviews Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia ahead of a landmark Supreme Court hearing that could determine the fate of his company and the future of broadcast TV.
Police Question Captain, Crew on Ferry Disaster
The captain of the Sewol Ferry was arrested on Saturday under charges of negligence and abandoning passengers when the ship started to sink. Two other crew members were also arrested. (April 19)
Easter's Holy Fire burns bright in Mideast
Thousands of Christian worshippers celebrate Easter's Holy Fire ceremony in Jerusalem and the West Bank city of Bethlehem. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Kansas City vigil aims to heal community after shootings
Students lead a rally and vigil to help heal their city, following last week's shootings at Jewish Community Centers that left three people dead. Mana Rabiee reports.
AP Top Stories April 19 P
Here's the latest news for Saturday, April 19th: Captain arrested in South Korea ferry disaster; 13th body recovered from Mount Everest avalanche; French journalists freed from Syria; 19th anniversary of Oklahoma City bombing.
Preparing for Easter in Ukrainian hotspot
Christians in Slaviansk prepare to celebrate Easter while separatists man barricades and occupy buildings in defiance of an international deal ordering them to disarm. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
U.S. Navy assists with S. Korean ferry recovery efforts
Sailors and Marines aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard conduct search and rescue operations near the scene of the sunken ferry Sewol. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Putin welcomes new NATO head, says better ties with West possible
Russian President Putin welcomes NATO's selection of former Norwegian Prime Minister Stoltenberg as new head, says better ties with the West are possible. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.