Eastern Ukraine remains deeply divided, as an Easter truce was broken during a deadly shootout that killed three. Pro-Russian separatists say gunmen from a far right wing group were behind the attack. The group denies any involvement and say Russian Special Forces staged the attack. Holly Williams reports.
As runners prepare to tackle the Boston Marathon a year after the bombing at the finish line, security is being beefed up to prevent any copycat attacks. The number of police officers protecting the marathon will be double last year's, and spectators will not be allowed to bring backpacks or other items such as strollers. Mark Strassmann reports.
Pope Francis marked his second Easter Mass as pontiff with calls for concern for the poor and peace in the world's trouble spots. The pope urged the international community to boldly negotiate peace in Syria and called for God to inspire initiatives to promote peace in Ukraine. Allen Pizzey reports.
Thirty-four-year-old transit cop Dic Donahue was shot in the leg during a shootout with the Boston bombing suspects. He was in cardiac arrest for 40 minutes, but, against all odds, survived with both legs and normal brain function. He is now one of the faces of Boston's recovery. Jim Axelrod reports.
More than 265 people, most of them high school students, are still missing in the sinking of a ferry off the South Korean coast. Three more bodies were found, and the death toll is expected to rise. Prosecutors say the ship's inexperienced third mate was at the helm when the ship when the disaster began. Seth Doane reports.