• Wednesday May 1, 2013 Happening Now - Happy May Day

      There are pro-immigration rallies from coast to coast this May Day. Tens of thousands expected to rally in cities across the nation. It comes as the senate continues to work on a comprehensive immigration overhaul. That overhaul would make many of those living in the country illegally, legal citizens. Mike Emanuel reporting on the progress of the legislation.

      Doug McKelway reports on the status of Guantanamo Bay. Prisoners there are on a hunger strike. The President yesterday insisted he still wants Gitmo closed. Many prominent republicans are opposed.

      Family members of the slain Boston bombing terrorist Tamerlan Tsarnaev will claim his body now that his widow has authorized its release. That may allow the police to finally reveal the official cause of death. President Obama says the FBI did its job in the bombing though federal agencies are examining if more can be done. Concerns continue to focus on the fact that the Russians warned the U.S. about the suspect back in 2011.

      New polling suggests many Americans don't even know Obamacare is the law of the land. That could make getting people to sign up troublesome.

      The "morning after" pill will now be available to girls as young as 15, and it'll be on stores shelves instead of behind the counter. Those are new rules by the FDA in response to a lawsuit.

      A jury in Philadelphia resumes work today on deliberations in the murder trial of Kermit Gosnell. He's facing the death penalty for murdering babies after they'd been born alive to parents seeking late-term abortions. Shannon Bream reports on the gruesome case.

      The hunt continues for a suspect in the stabbing death of an 8-year-old in Calaveras County, CA. Claudia Cowan reporting. Hundreds attended a candlelight vigil for Leila Fowler last night.

      Carl Cameron reporting on the white hot Virginia Governor's race.

      Adam Housley continues his reporting on the Benghazi terror attack.

      Rhode Island could become the 10th U.S. state to have legalized gay marriage. A legislative panel voted yesterday to send the measure to the full state house for a vote. That vote is expected tomorrow. The governor has promised to sign the measure.

      Authorities in Bangladesh say the death toll from last week's factory building collapse has passed 400.

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