Today marks one year since one of the deadliest tornado in U.S. history that struck Joplin, Missouri.
161 people were killed, more than 900 others injured, and some 7000 homes completely destroyed.
President Obama was in Joplin Monday night speaking at the Joplin High School graduation.
One year later, the school is still a pile of rubble, while students study at a converted department store nearby.
With $2.8 billion in damage, Joplin's is the costliest single tornado in U.S. history.
NATO Summit Ends, Agrees Afghan War Ends in 2014
The NATO Summit ended in Chicago, with leaders agreeing to end combat in Afghanistan by 2014.
The 50-nation coalition will keep troops in Afghanistan for two more years.
Leaders believe the country will be stable enough to exit, but admit the process won't be perfect.
Meanwhile, the Chicago Police Department says 90 people were arrested before and during the summit.
Eight police officers were injured while monitoring protests.
Keystone Pipeline Report Tuesday
A report about the controversial Keystone Pipeline will be released Tuesday.
The Natural Resources Defense Council says the report shows that the proposed pipeline would not lower gas prices.
President Obama blocked the pipeline earlier this year over environmental concerns.
Many republicans criticized the President saying the pipeline would have created thousands of jobs.