We have new developments on the pilot who slammed his small plane into an Austin, Texas office. We've just learned two bodies have been found in the building's wreckage.
The pilot, Joseph Stack, left an apparent online suicide note where he expressed anger at the IRS. The building hit housed an IRS office.
The IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman released this statement:
"Like most Americans, I am shocked by the tragic events that took place in Austin this morning. This incident is of deep concern to me. We are working with law-enforcement agencies to fully investigate the events that led up to this plane crash.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the dedicated employees of the IRS who work in the Austin building. We will immediately begin doing whatever we can to help them during this difficult time.
While this appears to be an isolated incident, the safety of our employees is my highest priority. We will continue to do whatever is needed to ensure our employees are safe."
We're also following new developments on Iran. The U.N. nuclear watchdog agency said today Iran may be secretly working to develop a nuclear warhead.
Iran's president has insisted it's nuclear program is for peaceful purposes, energy only. But in a draft report the U.N. doesn't see it that way.
We also are looking into the mystery assassination of a Hamas leader. Is Israel's intelligence agency behind the killing? Joe Johns is digging deeper.
Join us for these stories and much more at the top of the hour. See you then!
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