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Boston Marathon Bombing (2013)

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  • Club America, Tijuana bring Mexican rivalry to L.A.

    The most interesting aspect of Saturday's Mexican league preseason game between Tijuana and Club America at the StubHub Center could be the games within the game. On the Club America side, new manager Antonio Mohamed, who was introduced as Miguel...
  • Roger Federer to work with Stefan Edberg at Australian Open

    Roger Federer to work with Stefan Edberg at Australian Open
    First Andy Murray hired former multiple major tournament winner Ivan Lendl to his coaching team and won the Olympics, U.S. Open and Wimbledon. Then Novak Djokovic announced that he would work with Boris Becker. Now Roger Federer, fading at the age of...
  • Masahiro Tanaka resolution a big win for possible Bud Selig successor

    The bidding for Japanese ace Masahiro Tanaka opened Thursday, and it could be four weeks before we learn which team is the winner. But the Tanaka saga already has one winner: Rob Manfred, the chief operating official of Major League Baseball and a...
  • Russell Westbrook out until All-Star break after knee surgery

    Russell Westbrook out until All-Star break after knee surgery
    Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook had surgery on his right knee Friday and will be out through the All-Star break. "Russell has been playing pain free, but recently had experienced increased swelling," Thunder General Manager Sam Presti said. "After...
  • Boston Marathon victims pay it forward with new charities

    Boston Marathon victims pay it forward with new charities
    Tens of thousands of people donated money to the One Fund, the charity created by officials after the Boston Marathon bombings. Victims received get-well cards from around the country, as well as flowers and notes of encouragement from total strangers....
  • Clippers smarting over Portland Trail Blazers' late three-pointer

    One shot or one play doesn’t necessarily determine the outcome of a game, coaches and players like to say, because there are so many shots and plays during the course of a game. But there was one shot Thursday night, by Portland’s Nicolas...
  • More than 50,000 expected to Inner Harbor for New Year's Eve

    More than 50,000 expected to Inner Harbor for New Year's Eve
    Safety precautions are underway downtown to prepare for the more than 50,000 people expected to fill the Inner Harbor Tuesday for Baltimore's annual New Year's Eve fireworks celebration. The New Year's Eve Spectacular is scheduled from 9 p.m. Tuesday to...
  • 33 cops killed by gunfire in 2013, the lowest number since 1887

    In 2013, some of the year's biggest headlines involved cop killers. There was MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, who authorities said was shot and killed by the Tsarnaev brothers after the Boston Marathon bombings in April. There was Christopher Dorner'...
  • Rose Parade, Rose Bowl game security measures beefed up in Pasadena

    Rose Parade, Rose Bowl game security measures beefed up in Pasadena
    In the wake of national tragedies like the Boston Marathon bombing, Pasadena police and fire officials said they are stepping up security for the annual Tournament of Roses Parade and Rose Bowl game. The Pasadena Police Department said it will use...
  • For many Boston Marathon survivors, daily struggles continue

    She'd raised five children by herself, and Liz Norden was ready for the empty nest. Two of her daughters, 24 and 26, still lived with her, but they were barely home and busy with their own lives, so Norden, 51, talkative and cheery, was beginning to...
  • In one Colorado town, it's open season on drones

    In one Colorado town, it's open season on drones
    Wearing a black duster and a black cowboy hat, Phil Steel walked to the front of the meeting room armed with a Nerf gun and a smile. The U.S. Army veteran was there to pitch his big idea: an ordinance that would legalize and regulate drone hunting...