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  • Judge in Boston bombing case says he is close to forming a jury pool

    Judge in Boston bombing case says he is close to forming a jury pool
    The federal judge in the Boston Marathon bombing case says he has found 54 of the 70 people needed for a suitable jury pool, and a court official predicted testimony would begin in the “near future." But defense lawyers for bombing suspect...
  • Traces of sympathy seen for Boston Marathon bombing suspect

    Traces of sympathy seen for Boston Marathon bombing suspect
    Many prospective jurors in the trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have expressed anger over the attack and compassion for the people who were killed and injured in the explosions. But on Friday, traces of sympathy for Tsarnaev...
  • Fort Lauderdale cops, firefighters train to rescue shooting victims faster

    Fort Lauderdale cops, firefighters train to rescue shooting victims faster
    At a Fort Lauderdale cinema Wednesday, two men in camouflage gear calmly walked down the aisle and fired rifles and handguns at moviegoers. Twenty-seven volunteers were "injured" in three theaters during the drill. Fort Lauderdale police guarded and...
  • Appeals court to hold hearing on bid to move Boston Marathon bombing trial

    Appeals court to hold hearing on bid to move Boston Marathon bombing trial
    A federal appeals court on Thursday agreed to hold a hearing on a bid by lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to move his trial outside Massachusetts. The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals scheduled the hearing for Feb. 19....
  • Publicity complicates jury selection for 3 major U.S. trials

    Texas lived up to its reputation for swift justice by taking just three days to seat a jury for the trial of the man charged with killing the former Navy SEAL depicted in "American Sniper." But jury selection in two other major U.S. cases is taking much...
  • New England digs out from latest winter whopper

    New England digs out from latest winter whopper
    A relentless storm that dumped more than two feet of snow on some parts of New England was finally expected to wind down on Tuesday but not before bringing the Boston-area public transit system to its knees and forcing some communities to consider dumping...
  • New McDonald's commercial generates strong reactions

    New McDonald's commercial generates strong reactions
    McDonald's new commercial showcasing heartfelt messages on outdoor signs quickly led to strong reactions, with some suggesting the restaurant giant did a great job and others saying the commercial shows the Golden Arches trying to profit from tragedies....
  • Lovin' McDonald's ads? If not, still a win for them to be noticed

    Lovin' McDonald's ads? If not, still a win for them to be noticed
    Nobody can do it like McDonald's can. But now that the embattled burger chain has gotten our attention, reminding us that it's not just a part of the landscape but a part of our world — a constant, come hell or high water or come hell and high...
  • Mr. Tsarnaev, meet Mr. Leopold and Mr. Loeb

    Mr. Tsarnaev, meet Mr. Leopold and Mr. Loeb
    Cathleen O'Connell, the PBS documentarian, cut right to the core with her first question about the Leopold and Loeb case from 1924: "Why among all brutal murders was this one called 'crime of the century'?" O'Connell had a point when you consider 20th...
  • Tsarnaev lawyers ask again to move trial outside Boston

    Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are making a third push to move his trial outside Massachusetts, citing a large number of prospective jurors who already believe he's guilty and the personal connections many have to the...
  • Simsbury Native Helps Research Boston Marathon Book

    Simsbury Native Helps Research Boston Marathon Book
    SIMSBURY — When Delia Brimmer first learned about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, she was in the middle of the ocean. Brimmer, a Simsbury native, was studying abroad as part of a "Semester at Sea" program, and said she was worried for her...