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The Pulse: Syria Agrees to Chemical Weapons Deal

Syria has agreed to a deal, and all 12 names of the Naval yard shooting have been released. Here is Tuesday's edition of "The Pulse".
Syria has agreed to a deal, and all 12 names of the Naval yard shooting have been released. Here is Tuesday's edition of "The Pulse".

The long awaited 'Grand Theft Auto 5', launching Tuesday. The game is available on both Xbox and Play Station three consoles. The action-adventure game lets players carry out crimes in major cities.

A photographer in D.C. was walking by the white house on his way to a Navy yard vigil last night when he saw a man throwing firecrackers over the fence. He says a when a secret service officer asked who threw the firecracker the man threw another. That's when another officer came out and tackled him to the ground.

Authorities say the fire that devastated the boardwalk in Jersey Shore was due to an electrical malfunction. The ocean county prosecutor says the electrical wiring had sustained damage from sand and salt water during hurricane Sandy. The fire destroyed 86 businesses.

Syria has agreed to a deal to hand over its chemical weapons, with the help of Secretary of State John Kerry. He addressed reporters Tuesday, saying the United States wants to keep the threat of military action on the table if Syria won't comply.

One day after a shooting in a D.C. Naval yard left 12 people dead, we are learning more about Aaron Alexis, the man police say carried out the attack. The former Navy reservist carried a shotgun purchased in Virginia days earlier, and a handgun taken from a guard he exchanged shots with during the rampage. Now , all 12 victim's names have been released and police are looking into Alexis' history of mental illness.

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