The biggest stars of country music are in Las Vegas tonight for the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards. Jason Aldean is among the performers. He was on a Las Vegas stage last October when a gunman killed 58 people and wounded more than 500 other. Vladmir Duthiers talked to Aldean about this emotional night.
President Trump is defending his use of the famous phrase "Mission Accomplished" to applaud Friday night’s missile strike on Syria. The U.S., Britain and France targeted the Assad regime’s chemical weapons program. It was in response to a suspected chlorine and sarin gas attack on civilians last weekend. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
Barbara Bush, wife of the 41st president and mother of the 43rd, is said to be in “failing health.” After a recent series of hospitalizations and consulting with her family doctors, the 92-year-old Bush family matriarch will no longer seek medical treatment, a family spokesman says. The former first lady is focused on "comfort care." DeMarco Morgan reports.
The Boston Marathon is back Monday in a tradition that goes back to 1897. About 30,000 runners and a million spectators will pack the streets of that historic city. Five years ago, two bombs went off near the finish line, killing three people and injuring more than 250. At least 16 people lost limbs, including the couple’s you’re about to meet. Don Dahler reports.