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UPCOMING
China-Sichuan-Earthquake (Will update as merits)
A strong earthquake struck the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan on Saturday, killing more than 100 people and injuring thousands of others in a region that suffered a catastrophic quake five years ago, authorities said.
US-Boston-Attack (Will update)
After a five-day nightmare filled with tragedy and grief, fear and anxiety, Boston can finally rest. One suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings is in custody. The other, his older brother, is dead. And residents across Massachusetts are cheering the efforts of law enforcement officers who ended a week of hell.
US-Boston-Suspect-What-Next (Will update)
The hunt for the men is over. The hunt for the motive is just beginning. As 19-year-old Dzhokar Tsarnaev remained in serious condition in a heavily guarded Boston-area hospital room early Saturday morning, talk turned to what's next for the accused Boston Marathon bomber.
US-Boston-Boat-Spotter (Will update as merits)
In the end, Boston bombing suspect is done in by a flapping tarp.
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BOSTON ATTACKS
US-Boston-Attack
After a five-day nightmare filled with tragedy and grief, fear and anxiety, Boston can finally rest. One suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings is in custody. The other, his older brother, is dead. And residents across Massachusetts are cheering the efforts of law enforcement officers who ended a week of hell.
US-Boston-Suspect-What-Next
The hunt for the men is over. The hunt for the motive is just beginning. As 19-year-old Dzhokar Tsarnaev remained in serious condition in a heavily guarded Boston-area hospital room early Saturday morning, talk turned to what's next for the accused Boston Marathon bomber.
US-Boston-Up-To-Speed
A quick glance at the five major developments.
US-Boston-Boat-Spotter
In the end, Boston bombing suspect is done in by a flapping tarp.
US-Czech-Republic-Chechnya-Confusion
Memo to tweeters: Chechnya is not the Czech Republic. That's the message from the Czech ambassador to the United States.
US-Marathon-Attack-Updates
Updates on the Boston Marathon attack case.
US-Boston-Bombings-Capture-Scene
First there was a burst of gunfire. Then a series of blasts. Then, less than an hour later, cheers. After a day-long massive manhunt for one Boston Marathon bombing suspect that terrorized several cities and riveted a nation, the shouting and applause on the streets of Watertown, Massachusetts, was a welcome sign of victory.
North-Caucasus-Backgrounder
It's not clear if the Boston Marathon bombing suspects -- identified as brothers from the Russian Caucasus who moved to the United States several years ago -- were radicalized as a result of their ethnic Chechen roots. But the question is bound to arise.
US-Bombings-Slain-Cop
Here's what you need to know about Sean Collier, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus cop who was shot to death by the suspected Boston Marathon bombers.
POL-marathon-obama-capture
President Barack Obama said at the conclusion of the Boston Marathon bombing manhunt on Friday night that "we've closed an important chapter in this tragedy," adding that those who carried out the "vicious attack" failed because Americans "refuse to be terrorized."
Massachusetts-Bombers-Profiles
Boston suspects: Immigrant dream to American nightmare.
COMMENTARY-bergen-questions-bombers
Seven questions about the Boston bombers.
INTERNATIONAL
Pakistan-Politics
Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf appeared before an anti-terrorism court in Islamabad on Saturday in connection with allegations that he illegally ordered the detention of senior judges in 2007.
China-Sichuan-Earthquake
A strong earthquake struck the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan on Saturday, killing more than 100 people and injuring thousands of others in a region that suffered a catastrophic quake five years ago, authorities said.
India-Child-Rape
Indian police have arrested a man who they say abducted a 5-year-old girl, kept her captive in his house and repeatedly raped her.
NATIONAL
ENT-jayz-sells-nets
After helping the Brooklyn Nets to relocate from New Jersey to his hometown borough this season, Jay-Z announced Friday that he will be selling his stake in the pro basketball team.
Texas-Explosion
Two days after a massive fertilizer plant fire and explosion leveled parts of their town and killed 14 people -- decimating the volunteer firefighter force -- residents of West, Texas, began moving into recovery mode Friday after investigators announced they had nearly finished search and rescue efforts.