Sunnyvale Crash May Be ‘Domestic Terrorism,’ Driver Accelerated Into Pedestrians
The FBI was assisting Sunnyvale police Wednesday in investigating a driver who allegedly intentionally slammed his vehicle into eight people on a Sunnyvale street, severely injuring several of them. Anne Makovec reports. (4/24/19)

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FBI Working With Sunnyvale Police After Driver Crashes Into Pedestrians, Injuring 8The FBI has confirmed they are working with police in Sunnyvale after eight people were injured Tuesday evening when a driver may have intentionally slammed into them on a street corner.
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SCOTUS Hears Arguments For Adding Citizenship Question On 2020 CensusElizabeth Cook reports on the Supreme Court taking up a case to decide whether the 2020 U.S. census should be changed to include a question about citizenship. This could have deep implications for states like California with large immigrant populations. (4-23-2019)
Oakland Hills Home Raided In Bank Robbery Probe; Suspect Arrested At Hospital As Wife Gives BirthThe arrest of a man at a hospital in Oakland as his wife was giving birth is linked to a bank robbery investigation and FBI raid on the couple's home in the Oakland hills Tuesday. Susie Steimle reports. (4/23/19)
Newsom Visiting East Bay To Discuss Wildfire PreventionGov. Gavin Newsom is expected to meet with East Bay officials on Tuesday to discuss ways to prevent wildfires in urban areas. Jackie Ward reports. (4/23/19)

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Tragic Easter Sunday Bombings Leave Hundreds Dead In Sri LankaA total of 8 bombs went off in Sri Lanka at 3 churches and 3 luxury hotels on Sunday. 207 are confirmed dead and about 450 are wounded. CBS News's Mola Lenghi reports. (4-21-2019)
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Fremont Police Fatally Shoot Man Near BART StationA man suspected of opening fire on a police officer near the Fremont BART station and Washington Hospital late Thursday night has been shot and killed. Jackie Ward reports. (4/19/19)
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