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Boston Marathon Bombing (2013)

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  • Fox News Channel Is Ratings King for 50th Straight Quarter

    Fox News Channel continues to enjoy virtually unparallelled ratings success, this spring racking up its 50th consecutive quarter as the top dog in cable news. With a winning streak that dates back to shortly after 9/11 -- and spans 150 consecutive months...
  • Jury selection begins in trial of friend of accused Boston bomber

    Jury selection begins in trial of friend of accused Boston bomber
    Jury selection was set to begin Monday in a U.S. court in Boston for the trial of the first of three friends of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect, charged with obstructing the investigation into the deadly blasts. Federal prosecutors contend that...
  • H.B. prepares to keep the peace on July 4

    Huntington Beach police will have a variety of new tools at the ready, including horses and extra eyes, as they patrol the city during the upcoming Fourth of July weekend. The department is planning to deploy mounted officers and bicycle patrols and add...
  • Lawyer says cabbie did not try to mislead FBI over Boston bomb probe

    Lawyer says cabbie did not try to mislead FBI over Boston bomb probe
    BOSTON — A cab driver from Kyrgyzstan who was friends with the Tsarnaev brothers has been indicted in connection with destroying evidence from his computer and lying to the FBI about his relationship with the men authorities say were behind the...
  • Knights Report Donating $170 Million To Charity In 2013

    The Knights of Columbus, a lay Catholic organization based in New Haven, donated a record $170 million to charity in 2013, up more than $2.3 million from the year before, the group announced this week. It was the 14th consecutive yearly increase, the...
  • Civilians flock to Camp Pendleton for World Famous Mud Run

    Civilians flock to Camp Pendleton for World Famous Mud Run
    The values of the event are simple: Mud is honorable; the more mud, the more honor. Living up to those values is a challenge. Two weekends each year, thousands of civilians flock to this sprawling base for a chance to get muddy and exhausted in the...
  • Challengers envision scenario in which they could defeat California Chrome

    Challengers envision scenario in which they could defeat California Chrome
    ELMONT, N.Y. — Billy Gowan has a vision in his mind's eye of how Saturday's Belmont Stakes might unfold. He pictures his horse, Ride On Curlin, pulling alongside Triple Crown aspirant California Chrome with a quarter mile left in the race. "I'...
  • Holder announces task force on 'homegrown' terrorists

    Holder announces task force on 'homegrown' terrorists
    Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder, Jr. on Monday announced the creation of a task force within the Justice Department to combat an “escalating danger” from “homegrown” terrorists within the United States. The Justice Department, in a...
  • Washington Post, Guardian win Pulitzers for NSA-spying revelations

    The Washington Post and the Guardian captured coveted Pulitzer Prizes for public service on Monday for their revelations about the U.S. government's massive surveillance programs. The newspapers' stories were based on thousands of secret documents...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Peter Pan From the Milwaukee Ballet' on KOCE

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Peter Pan From the Milwaukee Ballet' on KOCE
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 13 - 19, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Unforgettable The murder of a defense attorney...
  • For 6 L.A. runners, memory of Boston Marathon bombing is all too fresh

    For 6 L.A. runners, memory of Boston Marathon bombing is all too fresh
    As the first bomb erupted on the sidewalk along Boylston Street at 2:49 p.m. last April, the concussion rippled through Phil Kent's chemotherapy-weakened body. Jennifer Hartman and Renee Opell dug their fingernails into his arms as they froze a half-...