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The police said they were looking for help in paying for the overtime at the Graham Putnam and Mahoney Funeral Parlors, which added up to $47,171.48. The department will examine all opportunities for reimbursement from the state and federal
REPORT BY: SHAHZAD DATE: MAY13-2013 The image showed James "Bim" Costello staggering away from the Boston Marathon bombing, his jeans shredded and
Va. (AP) A group critical of the Virginia burial of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect wants the body disinterred and sent elsewhere. The Virginia Anti-Shariah Task Force is an activist organization that also opposed establishment of an Islamic
State Department program that sends officers to foreign nations to help train their police and form partnerships to fight international crime. Secretary of State John Kerry and Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis signed the memorandum of
Investigators say a 23-year-old Russian man was brutally beaten and left to die by his companions after drunkenly telling them he was gay. A former schoolmate of the victim and another man have been arrested for the killing, which happened on Friday.
By EMMANUEL UDOM Boko Haram members are deadly, unpredictable,
I express support and solidarity with the people and the government of Turkey. I am shocked by the attack and its tragic consequences, and I deliver my sincere condolences to the families of those killed," the FM press office quoted Kozhara as saying,
A survivor of the Boston Marathon bombings who was shown in a widely publicized photo staggering away from the scene of the explosions wants people to remember the victims of the April 15 blasts. James "Bim" Costello, a 30-year-old Harvard University
Mothers of slain children gathered on their special day yesterday morning for the 17thannual Mother's Day Walk for Peace in Dorchester, noting that both theNewtown shootings and the Boston Marathon bombings have added to their ranks. The event drew
But in other ways, the commencement where 1,369 students graduated was utterly normal: Parents clutched bouquets of flowers and graduation speeches urged students to take chances, spread peace and love in the world, and never stop learning.