Charged: Three men were charged Wednesday with allegedly helping the surviving Boston marathon bomber. Two men were charged with conspiracy for allegedly disposing of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's backpack, and a third man was charged with making false statements. Our own Sheri Qualters and Mike Scarcella report.
Plan B: The Justice Department signaled it would challenge the federal court decision eliminating the age restriction to purchase emergency contraceptives. The Washington Post reports that it was a response to the FDA's rule change that spurred the case.
Sentenced: A U.S. citizen detained in North Korea since last year has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor "hostile acts" committed against the country. The Wall Street Journal reports that Washington state man, Kenneth Bae, may have been punished for possessing photographs of homeless children.
Sequester: First it was the FAA. Now apparently the Pentagon is expected to ask Congress to allow the Department of Defense to shift funds which would allow it more flexibility given the sequestration cuts. Reuters reports that the request could be made as early as next week.