From the Wires

FBI, al Qaeda both seek identity of Boston bomber

CBSnews.com: As FBI investigators search for new leads as to who was behind the deadly Boston Marathon bombings, it seems al Qaeda is equally perplexed.

FBI seeks images in Boston Marathon bombing

CBS: Police and federal agents appealed to the public for amateur video and photos that could lead to clues about the Boston Marathon bombing.

Most powerful quake in 40 years strikes Iran

BBCnews: The epicentre of the 7.8-magnitude quake was near the south-east city of Khash, close to the Pakistani border.

Americans support path to citizenship

CNN.com: A national poll indicates that more than eight in ten Americans support an eventual pathway to citizenship for some undocumented workers.

Apple gears up for new iPhone

Wall Street Journal: Foxconn is stepping up hiring for assembly-line workers in China, a sign that Apple is preparing for the next iPhone.

FAA orders Boeing inspections

Forbes: Federal aviation officials ordered Boeing to inspect more than 1000 737s.

Gold falls to lowest level in two years

CNN: Gold fell 9% to its lowest level in over two years.

Optimism in U.S. at six-year high

CNN.com: The number of Americans who say things are going well in the country has reached 50% for the first time in more than six years.

Amatuer video captures massive tornado

Reuters: An amateur video shows a massive tornado tearing through Mississippi.

Google launches tool to help users manage digital afterlife

AP: Google launched a tool to help users decide what happens to their email and other accounts after they die.

3.3M vehicles recalled

New York Times: Honda, Toyota, Nissan and Mazda are recalling 3.3 million vehicles due to excessively powerful passenger-side air bags.

A haven for banned books in Hong Kong

TheAtlantic: People's Recreation Community is a tiny bookstore in Hong Kong's Causeway Bay known for selling the widest range of banned books available in greater China.

Facebook's Zuckerberg launches political group

AP: Teaming with other Silicon Valley leaders, Mark Zuckerberg launches organization focusing on education, immigration reform.