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  • 2 men removed from United flight from Boston to Chicago

    2 men removed from United flight from Boston to Chicago
    Two men were removed from a United Airlines flight from Boston to Chicago on Tuesday morning for what passengers said was "suspicious activity." The men, aboard early morning United Flight 636, were questioned by authorities and returned to the plane,...
  • Boston coverage by CNN, King and Fox lead us into more confusion

    Boston coverage by CNN, King and Fox lead us into more confusion
    Just when it was starting to look like cable news might have actually learned something from its rush-to-judgment sins in covering the Newtown massacre, John King, CNN and Fox News showed Wednesday how shaky and journalistically confused even the genre'...
  • Boston Marathon bombing suspects: The social media manhunt and the arrest

    Boston Marathon bombing suspects: The social media manhunt and the arrest
    It was all happening in a small town near Boston on Friday evening, but social media was the place to be as police in Watertown, Mass., closed in on and then arrested Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. @BostonGlobe: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev...
  • Friends Say Tsarnaev Brothers Showed No Signs Of Radicalism

    Friends and family of the brothers who authorities say planted the bombs at the Boston Marathon struggled to explain Friday the actions of young men who lived, studied and played in the very community they are suspected of attacking. Tamerlan Tsarnaev,...
  • BOSTON: EEUU busca el porqué mientras Tsarnaev, herido, no puede resolver la pregunta

    BOSTON: EEUU busca el porqué mientras Tsarnaev, herido, no puede resolver la pregunta
    EE.UU. sigue hoy tratando de dar respuesta a lo interrogantes que aún quedan por despejar sobre los atentados del pasado lunes en Boston después de la captura ayer de uno de los supuestos coautores, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, quien, herido tras una espectacular...
  • Wrestling Teammates Recall Bombing Suspect

    Wrestling Teammates Recall Bombing Suspect
    Three high school buddies of Dzhokar Tsarnaev, wearing shirts and jackets from the wrestling team, showed up at the crime scene outside his apartment Friday afternoon with a message about their old friend, now a terrorist bombing suspect. John Casanova,...
  • Boston manhunt brings out best, worst in TV news outlets Friday

    After spending 15 hours Friday locked on coverage of the manhunt in Boston, here are my picks for the highs, lows and deeper media stories of this remarkable day and night. The best moment belonged to Diane Sawyer and ABC News for a phone interview...
  • Al Neuharth dies at 89; newspaper mogul created USA Today

    Al Neuharth dies at 89; newspaper mogul created USA Today
    Al Neuharth, the newspaper mogul who in 1982 made a $1-billion gamble called USA Today that earned derision for its emphasis on brevity, flashy graphics and upbeat stories but endured to become the nation's largest-circulation newspaper, died Friday in...
  • Sports No Salvation For Alleged Bomber

    Sports No Salvation For Alleged Bomber
    After a marathon that danced with joy and ended in horror, surely we see what sports can mean to a city. By now, after pregame tributes marked by an anthem singer's fist pumps and the most appropriate f-bomb in New England history, yes, we see how...
  • Brain damage and the Boston bombing

    Brain damage and the Boston bombing
    When it came out that suspected Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a former Golden Gloves boxer, I wondered if there might be a connection. It's not that boxers are necessarily violent people outside the ring, but boxers are subject to brain damage...
  • 'Pain & Gain' is all brawn, no brains, reviews say

    Leave it to Michael Bay to spend $26 million making a low-budget comedy. If that sounds like a robust price tag for "Pain & Gain," his new true-crime-inspired tale about three Miami gym rats who kidnap and extort a wealthy sandwich shop owner, consider...