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CNN's Chris Lawrence takes a look at how investigators are piecing together clues in the Boston Marathon bombings.
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Student Steven Maida talks to CNN's Wolf Blitzer about the Lone Star College stabbing spree and how he helped to catch the suspect.
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A purse snatcher face-plants full-speed through a glass door. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the pane-ful video.
A fugitive is tracked down 34 years after he was convicted of multiple rapes. CNN's Mary Snow has more.
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CNN's Lisa Sylvester reports on how even Chief Justice John Roberts is not immune to credit card theft.
Did police go too far after a dad posted a photo on Facebook of his young son holding a rifle? CNN's Mary Snow has more.
Police files show Loughner's parents were so concerned about his behavior, they took his shotgun and disabled his car. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Watch Lisa Sylvester's report in the 6pm ET hour of The Situation Room for more on this story.
(CNN) - The FBI said Monday it believes it knows who was behind one of the most significant art heists in the United States - the 1990 theft of 13 precious works, once valued at $500 million, from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
A couple of catches in the announcement: The FBI didn't reveal the suspects' names, and the artwork still hasn't been recovered. But the FBI said the suspects "are members of a criminal organization with a base in the mid-Atlantic states and New England."
Real estate agent caught with hand in house-seller's lingerie drawer. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the intimate details.