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Boston Marathon Bombing (2013)

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  • Consumer confidence drops in April; Boston bombings not a factor

    WASHINGTON -- Consumer confidence dropped this month amid some discouraging economic news, but picked up in recent days despite the Boston Marathon bombings, according to a leading private barometer. The Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan Survey...
  • Rolling Stone puts Boston Marathon bombing suspect on cover

    Rolling Stone puts Boston Marathon bombing suspect on cover
    How to ignite a firestorm online and across social media: Put Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the August cover of Rolling Stone Magazine. The hashtag #BoycottRollingStone has been trending on Twitter. @BostonBachelor wrote: Hey...
  • For the record

    Internet sales tax: In the April 23 Business section, an article about a bill to allow states to require the collection of online sales taxes indicated that Texas was one of the few states that do not impose a sales tax. Texas does have a sales tax....
  • Officials pass the buck on burying Tamerlan Tsarnaev

    Officials continued to deflect responsibility for burying Tamerlan Tsarnaev on Monday. The bombing suspect's remains are still above ground more than two weeks after his death. Tsarnaev's body has spent several days at Graham Putnam & Mahoney Funeral...
  • Officer who released 'real' Boston bombing suspect photos has hearing

    A Massachusetts State Police sergeant faces a discipline hearing Tuesday morning because he released photographs of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to protest a Rolling Stone magazine cover that many thought glorified the defendant....
  • Tamerlan Tsarnaev met with militants in Dagestan, official says

    Russian intelligence officials believe Tamerlan Tsarnaev may have met with militants while living in a Russian province in 2012, a U.S. counter-terrorism official told the Los Angeles Times on Thursday. Tsarnaev, 26, one of the two brothers accused of...
  • Joe Biden: Vice president of the nation, but king of the eulogy

    WASHINGTON – Say what you will about Vice President Joe Biden – the man can deliver a eulogy. Just ask him. “I’ve spoken at more eulogies than I’d like to remember,” he said Wednesday at a service for Frank R....
  • White House, senators condemn Russia decision on Snowden asylum

    WASHINGTON -- The White House condemned Russia’s decision to grant temporary asylum to former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden on Thursday and stepped up a public threat to cancel President Obama’s upcoming meeting with the Russian...
  • Group sex chat that's not so inappropriate

    Group sex chat that's not so inappropriate
    As one might expect -- nay, hope -- the expletive deleteds were flying fast and furious at the Los Angeles Festival of Books' Saturday afternoon  panel discussion "Humor: Vastly Inappropriate," which consisted of authors Heather McDonald, Ophira...
  • Bombing survivor: 'Just like the movies, all the sound went away'

    After the first blast, nobody needed to tell Jarrod Clowery to run. Clowery, 35, had been watching the Boston Marathon with friends when he saw the smoke and the running crowd. He climbed on a fence and then paused to call out to a friend's girlfriend....
  • Muslims sue NYPD over monitoring of mosques, congregants

    Muslims sue NYPD over monitoring of mosques, congregants
    New York Muslims have filed a federal lawsuit against the New York Police Department over the department's surveillance of Muslims, which they called invasive and unconstitutional. The public debate over government surveillance has crescendoed over...
  • Last of those wounded in Boston Marathon bombing leaves hospital

    Marc Fucarile left a Boston hospital Wednesday, the last of those wounded in the bombing that traumatized the city and the nation 100 days ago. “Today marks the 100th day of me in the hospital, not being able to spend the night with my boy or...