"I Wish I Were Sorry But I Am Not": Austin Bombing Suspect Recorded Statement On CellphoneDuring the more than 25 minute statement, Conditt described himself as a "psychopath" and said he feels as though he has been disturbed since childhood, a person confirmed to CBS News' senior investigative producer Pat Milton.
Hunt For Austin Bomber Frustrated Police Before BreakthroughThe trail to Mark Conditt included many dead ends among more than 500 phoned-in tips. There were theories that didn't pan out and surveillance cameras that failed to record a glimpse of the suspect.
News Now: Interstate-20 Crash, Austin BomberWe're keeping an eye on a gravel hauler crash that's blocked eastbound Interstate-20 in Dallas County, and following the latest updates on the Austin bomber investigation.
Police Still Investigating At Home Of Suspected Austin BomberA cellphone video left behind by suspected Austin bomber Mark Anthony Conditt details the differences among the weapons he built and police say amounts to a confession. But his motive remains a mystery.
News Now: Austin Investigation, Atmos Progress, Teen Meets ChewbaccaThe bomber is dead, but the investigation in Austin continues. Plus, we look at the progress that Atmos is making in replacing Dallas gas lines, and hear the news that a teen got from Chewbacca.
Austin Bomber Describes Bombs He Constructed In Recorded Confession On His PhoneAustin's Police Chief said Mark Conditt did not mention terrorism or hate, but described the recording as an outcry from a troubled young man with challenges.
Austin Bombings: ATF Confirms Components, Explosives Found In Suspect's HomeThe suspect in the Austin bombings is dead after a Wednesday morning incident along Interstate-35 in Round Rock, according to FBI and law enforcement sources.
Mark Anthony Conditt: What We Know About Austin Bombings SuspectWhat we know about the man accused of the deadly Texas explosions.