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Marshals find 45 missing children; 169 arrested "Murder hornets" destroyed as officials search for more nests Engberg was sent overseas to report on the IRA hunger strikes in Northern Ireland, the aftermath of the Tiananmen Square uprising in Beijing and the fall of the Berlin Wall.He reported from Saudi Arabia in the run-up to the Persian Gulf War in 1991 and then covered the first units in the Army artillery on their mission to liberate Kuwait.

Enberg joined CBS News in the New York Bureau in 1975 as a correspondent and was sent to the Dallas Bureau the next year.

He joined the Washington bureau in 1981, where he remained until his retirement in 2002.He appeared on several other CBS News programs, including 48 HOURS.

Engberg was a seasoned Washington beat reporter before joining CBS News.

In 1968 he began reporting for WTOP Radio in D.recirc_item:nth-child(5) { display: list-item; } First published on March 29, 2016 / 8:00 AM © 2016 CBS Interactive Inc.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.NEW YORK- A wedding ring that wasreportedly taken off the hand of a dying Staten Island woman has been found, according to the family.

Pauline Twohig, 92, died at Richmond University Medical Center after having a possible stroke on March 14.