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This Morning from CBS News, May 22, 2015

Captured

Police say a man suspected in the brutal murders of a Washington, D.C. family and their housekeeper has been captured. D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier confirmed to CBS News in an email late Thursday night that 34-year-old Daron Dylon Wint was in custody. As CBS News Correspondent Wyatt Andrews reports, investigators took DNA from skin cells left on a pizza crust to connect Dylon with the killings

Loretta Lynch

New attorney general Loretta Lynch became the top cop in the country and briefed the president on the race riots in Baltimore on her first day in office. A granddaughter of sharecroppers, she grew up in North Carolina surrounded by the issue of race. Lynch sat down with CBS This Morning host Norah O'Donnell for her first interview in office and talks about how her past can help bridge the gaps between law enforcement and the communities they protect.

Unusual alliances

The congressional debate over one of the National Security Agency's sweeping surveillance programs has come down to the wire, in part because of the unusual alliances the controversial issue has created.

Irish same-sex marriage?

The Irish public was taking to the polls Friday in a referendum poised to make the country the first in the world to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote. It would be a sweeping change for a country of 5 million people - almost 85 percent of whom identify themselves as Roman Catholic.

Robotic arm

Researchers say they're excited about a new brain implant for paralyzed patients that allows a quadriplegic to control a robotic arm with his mind. CBS News Correspondent Elaine Quijano reports for more than a decade, an injury left Erik Sorto unable to use his arms or legs, but now his doctors say this device works almost as smoothly as a real arm.

Physics of design

When you think of astro-physics, you probably don't think of furniture or interior design. But to Jessica Banks, every principle of physics is a concept for home decor waiting to happen.

Boosting 401k income

Here's some good news for employees who have a retirement savings plan at work. Retirement plan sponsors can boost participant's' retirement incomes 5 percent to 20 percent by offering a formal program of retirement income in their 401(k) plans. Here is how:

Cuba tourism

Next week, Cuba comes off the U.S. list of states that sponsor terrorism. The move is expected to jump start the path to normal relations. But, Peter Greenberg reports, if you're thinking of re-arranging your summer travel plans, the island might still be a world away.

Note to Self: Taya Kyle

On this Memorial Day weekend, CBS News commemorates one unique service member: Chris Kyle. He was America's deadliest sniper. His widow, Taya, writes about love and the loss of her husband in this installment of our Emmy-nominated series, "Note to Self."

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