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While federal authorities prepare their case against the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect lawmakers are questioning whether the Tsarnaev brothers had help and whether the attack could have been prevented Ines Ferre has the latest from New York.
Lawmakers are questioning whether THE BOSTON BOMBING SUSPECTS MAY HAVE HAD TRAINING from terrorists. THE CHAIRMAN OF THE HOUSE HOMELAND SECURITY COMMITTEE SAYS THE TSARNAEV brothers USED DEVICES SIMILIAR TO WEAPONS USED IN AFGHANISTAN, INDIA AND PAKISTAN.
Rep. Mike McCaul/R-Texas: "The question is, where is that trainer or trainers? Are they overseas in the Chechen region or are they in the United States? In my conversations with the FBI, that's the big question."
The FBI interviewed Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2011 after Russian authorities warned he might be a threat. But US. Officials did not find any reason to suspect him. Now New York SENATOR CHARLES SCHUMER IS calling FOR CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS TO FIND out EXACTLY WHAT THE fbi KNEW ABOUT HE SUSPECTS AND THEIR MOTHER...WHO WAS ALSO ON A WATCH LIST..
Sen Charles Schumer/D-New York: "I am a big defender of the FBI. I think they have done a great job on terrorism. But in this case, they may have messed up because Russia did call and say they had doubts about Tsarnaev."
Sen. Schumer FACED THE MEDIA HERE IN TIMES SQUARETHE New York CITY LANDMARK THAT officials say the Tsarnaev were targeting next.
Sot: John Miller/CBS This Morning Senior Correspondent: "IT DOES APPEAR THEY WERE GETTING READY TO MAKE SOME KIND OF LAST STAND AND IF YOU COULD GO TO NEW YORK AND SET OFF YOUR BOMBS IN THE MEDIA CAPITAL OF THE WORLD, THAT SOUNDS LIKE A MODEL."
BUT THE SUSPECTS NEVER MADE IT OUT OF WATERTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS. Tamerlan Tsarnaev DIED IN A shootout WITH POLICE AND HIS brother Dzhokhar IS IN CUSTOD CHARGED WITH USING A WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION.
The father of the suspects says he is postponing a trip to the United States because of poor health.
The Boston Marathon Bombings reminded America the threat of terrorism is not over and now we face a new kind of terrorism.
This morning on Face the Nation here on CBSour own Sentator Saxby Chambliss gave his comments on the future fears of terrorism in this country.
Sentator Saxby Chambliss: "THIS WAS OUR WORST FEAR, AND THAT IS A HOME-GROWN TERRORIST, OR A TERRORIST THAT WAS SENT HERE TO BE ENGRAINED WITHIN THE COMMUNITY THESE GUYS, THEY FLEW UNDER THE RADAR."
Sen. Chambliss is the Vice Chairman on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
According to police in Albuquerque four people were stabbed as Sunday mass was coming to a close.
A spokesman from the department says that a man in his 20s jumped over several pews before walking up to the choir area and beginning to attack people.
The injuries of the four people are not life threatening and churchgoers were able to restrain the attacker until police arrived.
There is no word on a motive for the attacks nor an identity for the stabber.
It is unclear if he regularly attended services there or knew any of the victims.
A teenager was hit by a patrol car in Henry County yesterday.
The boy died this morning.
According to authorities Chandler Jacob Weems from McDonough died at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
He was riding his bicycle out of a driveway when he was struck by a police car.
Henry County police Sgt. Joey Smith said the officer involved"could not avoid the accident."
Smith also said the officer Denise Allyson Romano was "very distraught" from the accident.
Georgia State Patrol continues to investigate the accident from Saturday afternoon.
As 'Need for Speed' takes over the streets of Macon closing down major roads for filming there are a few lucky people who get to see the action behind the scenes.
Twenty-one year-old Angela Ellis Beacham was one of them.
For a few days she was a production assistant on set.
Beacham a student who also works at S&S cafeteria off of riverside drive says she never thought anything like this would happen to her.
She says the crew stepped into the small restaurant for a meal and when they left asked her to come on set to work as a production assistant for a few days.
Angela Ellis Beacham: "I kind of thought it was a joke. I mean I'm a waitress and I bartend at The Hanger and I'm from Macon. So no, I never thought I'd have that experience."
Beacham worked for three days was paid 150-dollars for every 12 hours plus overtime.
The St. Jude Dream Home raffle was a big success thanks to all of you in central Georgia all 65-hundred tickets were sold that's 500 more than last year.
And they were able to raise over 600-thousand dollars for the children at St. Jude Children's research hospital.
Lorra and Ben announced the winner of that 350-thousand dollar dream home in Warner Robins earlier today... take a look.
The worst flooding of the year continues in North Dakota.
In addition to the rivers spilling over their banks melting snow from the hills in the region add rushing water to an already terrible situation.
Last night, the levels of rivers in the area quickly rose, closing roads and threatening neighborhoods in the town of (mine-not) Minot.
Roads and highways outside of the town were also closed from the severe flooding in the area.
The dreamliner returns to the skies this weekend.
All Nippon Airways, the Japanese customer for Boeing's 787 held a test flight today to see how the installation of reinforced batteries works.
The flight today was the second from an airline since aviation regulators gave permission to restart flights on Friday.
Batteries began overheating on the planes from A-N-A in mid January one in Japan and another parked at Boston's Logan Airport.
A spokesman for the airline said the almost two hour flight occurred without incident.
Boeing's chief of commercial aircraft says he was glad to have the plane back in the air again.
Ray Conner: "After 3 months, it's a terrific feeling to have ANA's 787 back in the air, and I am very pleased to say that it was a perfect flight on a perfect day."
The first airline to resume flying the Dream liner was Ethiopian Airlines on Saturday.
Engineers say they still do not know what caused the failures but this is a solution they have put in place.
As immigration continues to be a priority for millions of americans a Senate Bill will bring illegal immigrants out of the shadows.
The estimated 11 million illegal immigrants here in the nation await legislation in Congress that provides a path to citizenship that some advocates consider too long.
As Congress braces for a tough battle many on the left do not show a desire to expand coverage under the new provision.
There were over 4 hundred thousand deportations in 2012, which was double from 2005.
The bill allows some spouses or children who were deported a chance to apply to return but most are not covered under this provision.
They include anyone who arrived since December 2011 gay partners of legal U-S citizens and siblings of U-S citizens and most deportees.
In international news protesters in Greece are on the streets again as Parliament prepares to vote on some new measures.
People gatheres in a square in the Capital today outside of where Parliament votes on the latest austerity measures associated with budget cuts in the European country.
The latest part of the deal sets to dismiss a total of 15 thousand civil servants 4 thousand starting this year.
The unemployment rate in Greece already sits above 27 percent.
His airness got married this weekend.
In a private ceremony before a few hundred family and friends, Michael Jordan owner of the Charlotte Bobcats tied the knot with 35 year old model Yvette Prieto in Palm Beach.
The reception was held at a private golf club designed by Jack Nicklaus and many celebrity guests were in attendance including Tiger Woods, Patrick Ewing and Ahmad Rashad.
Instead of wedding gifts donations were made to the James R. Jordan Foundation.
The flowers from the ceremony were donated to the Jupiter Medical Center.
Earlier we announced the winner of the St. Jude Dream Home in Warner Robins was Mr. Don Lance of Macon.
Don has won a 350-thousand dollar home built by custom homes by Jeff it's in the Savannah Square Subdivision down in Warner Robins by buying a 100- dollar raffle ticket in support of St. Jude children's research hospital.
Tune in tonight at eleven. We'll have his reaction to seeing the house for the very first time.
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