1 Year Since Boston Marathon Bombing; Prosecution Ends Questioning of Pistorius

It's been one year since terror hit the Boston Marathon.

There will be a day of tributes today to mark the one year anniversary of the attack on the marathon. 3 were killed, and more than 260 were wounded.

President Obama meets with faith leaders at the White House at 11:30 this morning. Later he'll honor those killed and hurt in the Boston Marathon Bombing with a moment of silence.

1200EDT -- VP Biden, MA Gov Patrick, Boston Mayor Walsh, fmr Mayor Menino, Boston Athletic Assoc exec dir Tom Grilk, One Fund Boston Community, elected officials, first responders, medical staff and local business and community hold tribute to honor those affected by last yr's events, including those who lost lives, survivors, and first responders. Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA. LIVE

Molly Line reports on the ceremonies.

It sounds like a phone call between President Obama and Vladimir Putin over Ukraine didn't go so well. Putin reportedly called President Obama to discuss the deteriorating situation. Obama confronted the Russian leader about Russian provocations in Eastern Ukraine. Putin seemed to suggest the President had unreliable information.

Some wild weather in the South. Storms did some damage in parts of Mississippi.

No dice from the submersible looking for missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370. Search crews are hoping to send the U.S. Navy's Bluefin 21 down again today. The robot sub had to return to the surface after exceeding its maximum safe depth of 15,000 feet after six hours of fruitless searching.

The "Bladerunner" Oscar Pistorius was back on the stand today. Prosecution finished their questioning of Pistorius this morning. Our legal panel weighs in and we have Paul Tilsley reporting for us.

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