“She was simply a beautiful little girl in every aspect of the word. She was loved by everyone,” teacher says
Stephen Jones, 35, is being praised as a hero for helping victims of the attack
ISIS claimed responsibility for the Manchester attack and police released the suicide bomber's identity. Police made an arrest in a string of anti-terror raids on Tuesday, and are still trying to determine if more people were involved in the attack. Mark Phillips reports on the latest developments.
A homeless man in Manchester was helping and comforting children and their parents after the explosion at the Ariana Grande concert. "There was a lot of homeless people that stayed there and helped ...If I didn't help, I wouldn't be able to live with myself for walking away and leaving kids like that," Stephen Jones told ITV.
ISIS wants to set the world on fire, and it wants Christianity to declare war on Islam. What was apparent following the attack in Manchester was quite different. It was a union of people in a peaceful vigil who were black and white and brown -- Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Hindu and Sikh. Scott Pelley reports.
Former CIA Director John Brennan told lawmakers Tuesday that the sheer volume of contacts between Trump campaign officials and Russians sparked concerns last year, and he set up a working group with other agencies to monitor those contacts. Two other top officials testified on the Hill. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
Right after the blast, taxi driver Saf Ismail drove into the chaos in Manchester to pick people up and get them to safety. He brought three groups of girls away from the scene and out of danger, until police wouldn't let him near the site anymore. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.