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Seven Lesser-Known US Presidential Inaugural Sites President Barack Obama took public oath of office to mark the beginning of his second and last term with an inspiring inaugural speech at the U.S. Capitol. However, not all past
Teen accused of lying to FBI agents in the Boston Marathon have released bombs on bail awaiting trial at a later date. While out on bail, Phillipos Robel will be under the care of his mother and had to wear a GPS bracelet, U.S.
A federal judge has certified the extradition of a Massachusetts man facing an attempted murder charge in Scotland for allegedly poisoning another student's wine...Magistrate Judge Jennifer Boal issued the order against Alexander Hilton of Princeton
Arizona Daily Sun 55 minutes ago To the editor: Do Arizona legislators pay any attention to the news? On April 26, the Arizona Daily Sun ran two articles that need to be considered in light of each other...One option given by the legislators is to
The Massachusetts funeral director who is trying to find a cemetery to accept Tamerlan Tsarnaev's body says an autopsy shows the suspected Boston Marathon bomber died of bullet wounds suffered during a shootout with police and blunt-force injuries
Federal investigators revealed that the Boston bombers initially wanted to launch their terror attack on Independence Day , but changed to the marathon because they finished building their bombs faster than they thought they could. Officials told NBC
The Baltimore Sun The friends and family of Erika Brannock are hosting a fundraiser at Mothers Federal Hill for Erika Brannock , the 29-year-old teacher at a Towson preschool who was injured at the Boston Marathon. The fundraiser for Brannock is 1 p.
Boston police announced the arrests Wednesday morning, adding that there was "no threat to the public". They were expected to appear before a federal judge Wednesday afternoon, CNN reported citing US government sources. The classmates -- Azamat
Two New Jersey men are appealing their prison sentences on terrorism-related charges, arguing federal prosecutors were influenced by the Boston Marathon bombings. Mohamed Alessa of North Bergen and Carlos Almonte of Elmwood Park were sentenced April
The accused of the attacks of Boston, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, this morning has been transferred to the federal prison in Fort Devens (about 60 kilometers northeast of the capital of Massachusetts), where serguirá being treated for his