By Ronni Berke and Carol Costello, CNN
(CNN) – May 4, 1970: a turning point in America's Vietnam legacy.
That day, Elaine Holstein's son, Jeff Miller, was one of four students killed when Ohio National Guardsmen opened fire during an anti-war demonstration at Kent State University. Holstein is still haunted. "The nightmare is 40-years-old," she says.
Tensions were high. President Richard Nixon had just announced the Vietnam War had expanded into Cambodia and every family with a young man like Jeff had to grapple with the possibility he might be drafted into combat.
Her son, who would have turned 60 this month, had called her before going to the demonstration. "He said 'don't worry about it. I might get arrested, but I won't get my head broken.'"
Later, when she heard about the shootings on the radio, she tried calling Jeff at his apartment. Another student answered. "He's dead," he told her.
That moment marked the end of Holstein's innocence, she says.
New York (CNN) – Authorities hunting for the suspect in the botched Times Square bombing dramatically beat the clock overnight, seizing a Pakistani-American citizen moments before he began a long trip to his strife-torn homeland.
Faisal Shahzad, 30, was arrested around 11:45 p.m. ET Monday at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, said Attorney General Eric Holder.
Shahzad will appear sometime after 2 p.m. ET Tuesday in federal court, the U.S. attorney's office in Manhattan said.
The suspect is set to go before Magistrate Judge Kevin Fox. Charges will be read against the defendant, and the judge will determine if a bail will be set.
Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN) – The Pakistani-American suspect in the Times Square bombing attempt has a Karachi identification card, a document that shows Pakistani residency, and the suspect's family is from northwestern Pakistan, Interior Minister Rehman Malik told CNN.
Malik was notified about the arrest of Faisal Shahzad on Tuesday morning by the U.S. ambassador to Pakistan and said his government will cooperate with the United States government in the investigation.
The northwestern Pakistan region is a stronghold of militants and jihadis who have been targeted by U.S. drone strikes.