More than two weeks after his death, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the alleged Boston bombers, has yet to be buried. This morning Peter Stefan, the funeral director who accepted his body is running out of options after being turned down by every cemetery he has approached. Stefan, owner of the Graham Putnam and Mahoney Funeral Parlor in Worcester, Massachusetts joins “Starting Point” to discuss the Tsarnaev’s uncle wanting him to buried in Cambridge.
A law enforcement source says Boston bombing suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev initially targeted July 4th celebrations. Jason Carroll reports.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu discusses today's meeting of the nation's mayors to talk about city culture and to readdress security measures in wake of Boston marathon bombing.
Fmr. NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani weighs in on recent arrests of friends charged in helping Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the Boston Marathon bombing. He explains why he thinks these friends should face more charges and up to 30 years in prison for their role.
Giuliani also addresses why he thinks intelligence failures need to be investigated, and questions why Tamerlan Tsarnaev was not followed after his trip to Russia.
CNN Law Enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes on how vaseline may be important component in bombs used at Boston marathon.
CNN's Pamela Brown explains why three friends of Boston suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev face charges as well.
Gen. Michael Hayden, fmr. CIA director, on why he doesn't think Russia shared everything they knew on Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
Washington Post's Dana Priest on latest FRONTLINE special looking at sharing intelligence across agencies since 9/11.
The FRONTLINE special "Top Secret America–9/11 to the Boston Bombings" will air Tuesday, April 30 at 10 p.m. on PBS.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh on his recent conversation with Zubeidat & Anzor Tsarnaev, parents of Boston Marathon suspect Dzhokhar.
Gary Berntsen, fmr. CIA officer and author of author of "Jawbreaker," weighs in on the investigation into the Boston marathon bombings.
Berntsen explains why he's 'convinced' that Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would have had training to produce the bombs used at the marathon attack.
"I'm convinced that they had training," Berntsen says. "I've had training myself when I was in the agency, and when I went through special operations training. That was probably 15-20 hours of hands-on, one-on-one to build those devices. If you look at many of the big bombers around the world...all of them had accidents when they were doing this stuff."
"This was complicated...I'm certain that he [one of the Tsarnaev brothers] had training," Berntsen reiterates.