CNN's Martin Savidge investigates the mysterious poisoning death of a neurologist in Pittsburgh.
When officers arrived at Ariel Castro's home in Cleveland, a crowd had formed on the porch.
But where was the woman they came for? Where was Amanda Berry?
Then she stepped forward, holding a crying child. It was really her, the missing girl they had searched for for 10 years.
It is Amanda Berry, Officer Michael Tracy said.
"Just the emotion at that point of my partner confirming that it was Amanda ... It was overwhelming," Officer Anthony Espada recalled.
Cleveland police this week released the emotional video interviews of officers Espada, Tracy and Barbara Johnson, who helped in the May 6 rescue of the three women from Castro's home.
It's also a rare behind-the-scenes glimpse at the raw emotions of officers involved in the ordeal.
WOIO's Scott Taylor reports that Ariel Castro was absent from work on the days surrounding Gina DeJesus' disappearance.
Jeffrey Toobin explains the possible legal repercussions of a note by the Boston bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, stating his motivation. He wrote the message on the inside of the boat where he was hiding in Watertown until he was captured, according to a law enforcement source. He expressed his and his brother's motivation for the attack, calling their actions payback for U.S. wars in Muslim lands. He labeled the victims collateral damage.
Michelle Knight was 21 when she vanished in 2002. After 11 years, she was found in Ariel Castro's Cleveland house with Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus. The three women were allegedly tortured, raped, and mentally abused by their captor.
While residents remember Berry and DeJesus disappearing, they aren't as familiar with Knight's case. One neighbor told CNN that people thought she may have left town; her family also thought that was a possibility. Because she was an adult, authorities may have assumed that too.
Cleveland police removed Knight's name from the FBI's missing persons database just 15 months after she was last seen. The FBI has said it couldn't find her mother and was unable to confirm Michelle was still missing.
According to the police report, Knight told officers Castro got her pregnant and then abused her as a means of aborting the baby. She said he starved her for at least two weeks then he repeatedly punched her in the stomach until she miscarried.
CNN Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin was in the Philadelphia courtroom Monday when Dr. Kermit Gosnell was convicted. The abortion provider was found guilty on three counts of first-degree murder. She describes to Anderson Cooper what happened after the verdict was read.
Bicycles. Barbed wire. A chain.
Those are of just some of the items found in kidnapping suspect Ariel Castro's Cleveland yard, according to photographs taken over the weekend by a neighbor and obtained by CNN.
The neighbor asked not to be identified and said that he took the photographs because he wants people to know what's there.
The images show a cluttered yard.
A garage sits in the background, while basketball nets, a ladder and what looks to be a pile of debris rest in the foreground.
One of the photographs shows a thick spool of barbed wire; another shows a chain.
Councilman Michael Polensek wants police to evaluate missing persons cases in light of the three women found in Cleveland last week. Anderson Cooper spoke with him about the unresolved disappearances and how law enforcement should investigate.
Photographer Abdul Aziz witnessed the shooting at a New Orleans parade on Mother's Day, and he believes he was standing right next to the gunmen.
"I personally saw the muzzle flash from the gun and began to run towards the direction of a few of my friends that I saw. I also saw a number of individuals fall to the ground and immediately start to grab their wounds and call for help," he tells Anderson Cooper.
19 people were injured in the shooting at the second-line parade Sunday. Police Superintendent Ronal Serpas said that authorities have identified the suspect as 19-year-old Akein Scott. It's not clear yet if there was more than one shooter behind the gunfire.