The city of Boston will pause today to remember the three people killed, and the more than 260 injured in last year's marathon bombings. "CBS This Morning" spoke with four of those who were there that day: a Boston police officer, the marathon's finish line coordinator, a survivor of the second bomb, and a Boston Herald reporter caught between the blasts just before he could finish his run for charity.
Lynne and Tim Martin call themselves "senior gypsies" because they are pioneering the home free retirement movement. Lynne is the author of a new book called "Home Sweet Anywhere: How We Sold Our House, Created a New Life, and Saw the World." The couple talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about their lifestyle.
After 11 surgeries, John Odom was the last Boston bombing victim to return home. He was in such bad shape when he arrived at the hospital that his doctor, Jeffrey Kalish, told his wife to prepare for the worst. Elaine Quijano reports on the efforts made to save Odom, and the miraculous recovery that followed.