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5 Things to Know This Morning: Worst Jobs
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
3 Rescued From Ship Taking on Water in New Orleans
Coast Guard rescues 3 from ship taking water on Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans
Quotations in the News
Quotations in the News
Dress Codes: Where Should Schools Set Limits?
What should students wear? Who decides? Dress codes can be a real minefield for schools
Ford to Offer 50th Anniversary Mustang
Ford to offer 1,964 limited-edition Mustangs to celebrate pony car's 50th anniversary
Marathon Suspect Seeks Dismissal of Some Charges
Boston Marathon bombing suspect seeks dismissal of some charges, easing of prison restrictions
Classes to Resume at Pennsylvania Stabbing School
Classes set to resume at Pittsburgh-area high school 1 week after student stabs 22 victims
2 Ships Collide, Cargo Ship Grounded in Virginia
Coast Guard: Vessels collide in Virginia shipping channel; 751-ft carrier grounded
College Board Provides a Glimpse of New SAT
As it redesigns SAT, College Board offers a look at kinds of questions students might face
751-Foot Ship Grounded in Chesapeake Bay
Coast Guard: 751-foot ship grounded in 15 feet of water in Chesapeake Bay
Today in History
Today in History
Watch: Video Shows Suspicious Person Near Boston Marathon Finish Line
The footage of a person in all black is shown in the vicinity of where a suspicious package was found.
Watch: SuperShuttle Carjacked en Route to Airport
Suspect without a reservation boarded the van and took control from the driver after a quick stop.
Watch: Suspected Jewish Community Center Gunman Makes First Court Appearance
Frazier Glenn Cross, 73, faces capital murder charge for multiple shooting deaths in Kansas.
Watch: Accused Kansas JCC Shooter Appears in Court
Frazier Glenn Miller requested a court-appointed attorney and is being held on $10 million bond.
Watch: Team Hoyt's Inspirational Push to the Finish Line
Dick Hoyt and his son, Rick, who has cerebral palsy, participated in their first race in 1977.
Watch: Man Accused in 'Mercy Killing' of Wife Goes Missing
Arizona authorities say Howard Rudolph, 79, removed his electronic monitoring bracelet while on house arrest.
Watch: KKK's 1989 Fight to Get on Cable TV
ACLU filed a lawsuit in Kansas City on behalf of the Ku Klux Klan.
Watch: Boston Marathon: A Year Later
A timeline of events from the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy.
Watch: GPS Leads to Sex Offenders' Arrest for Murder
California authorities claim Frank Cano and Steven Dean Gordon killed at least four women while wearing GPS trackers.
Watch: Young Shooting Victim Sings the National Anthem
In a YouTube video from 2013, Reat Underwood performs at an event for a Kansas nonprofit.
Full Episode: Wn 4/15: Boston 1 Year After the Bombings
Food prices on the rise; also 'Soul Train' coming to Broadway.
Full Episode: GMA 4/15: Red Lunar Eclipse Brings Selfies, Conspiracy Theories
Drugs Abound at High School 'Glow Parties'; Alicia Silverstone Is 'The Kind Mama'
Full Episode: Nightline 4/14: 'Travel Hacking': Secrets to Traveling Super Cheaply
'Travel Hacking': Secrets to Traveling Super Cheaply; 'DWTS' Paralympian Amy Purdy: Finding Grace on the Dance Floor
Full Episode: Nightline Prime 4/12: Unification Church Mass Wedding: The Big Day
Followers of the late Rev. Sun Myung Moon believe international marriages promote world peace.

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