The Secret Service apparently does not consider someone recording President Obama exercising at a hotel gym to be a security breach. The new video just surfaced from his visit to Poland. Michele Kosinski is traveling with the president and has more information on this video.
It is a tragedy that seems too disturbing to be believed. Two 12-year old girls are facing criminal charges and are accused of nearly stabbing their friend to death. Police say they did it to impress a fictional character named "Slenderman." Now the man who created that character is speaking out about the tragedy. Miguel Marquez has the latest on this troubling case.
Hunting season is probably a pretty stressful time to be a bear. Spring Break seems to be a bit more relaxing. One bear who decided to hit Daytona Beach found the perfect spot to just hang out.
The reason why Sergeant Bergdahl walked away from his base in Afghanistan remains a mystery. His upbringing may hold some clues. His childhood was not conventional, and neither was his path to the military. George Howell takes an up close look.
David Sedney got to know Sgt. Bergdahl's family. He was the Pentagon's Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia. In that job, he briefed Sergeant Bergdahl's family on the fate of their son.
It took the release of five Taliban detainees from Girmo to secure Bowe Bergdahl's freedom. For the next year, Qatari officials will have custody of the men and say they will not leave the country. So what will life be like for them? Ivan Watson has new information.
When Bowe Bergdahl was captured in Afghanistan, the mission immediately changed for soldiers across the region. Over the next three months, six members of Bergdahl's unit were killed. Some in the military not only blame Bergdahl for their deaths, but say he should be prosecuted. Pam Brown takes a closer look at what happened.
While news of Bowe Bergdahl's release may have initially given hope to families of other Americans who are being held overseas, the backlash is giving some reason to worry. Randi Kaye takes a look at their stories.
Warren Weinstein's daughter Alisa has spent years campaigning for her father's release. She tells Anderson that she finds the idea that Sgt. Bergdahl is more worthy of freedom to be "insulting."
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