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2 dead after pair of bombs explode near Boston Marathon finish line
Boston police say two people were killed and 23 people were hurt when a pair of bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
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Education goals stress keyboarding - not cursive
A new set of national standards don’t require children to learn how to read and write in cursive. They do, however, require students demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding skills by the end of fourth grade.
VIDEO: Toddler picks up gun, kills woman
Tennessee authorities say a four year old boy picked up a loaded weapon and fatally shot the wife of a sheriff's deputy during a family cookout on Saturday. Investigators say the shooting appears to be a complete accident.
'Spring Break Court' gives kids, cops a break
For police departments in southern coastal regions, spring break is a hellish month's worth of property damage, Red Dog vomit, and belligerent teenagers yelling. But it's equally bad for courts, which see their dockets overflow with minor cases that end up being very difficult to resolve, largely because the defendants find it more expedient to flee the state than to face the charges against them. So what's the solution?
VIDEO: Margaret Thatcher, 'Iron Lady,' dead at 87
Margaret Thatcher, the combative "Iron Lady" who infuriated European allies, found a fellow believer in Ronald Reagan and transformed her country by a ruthless dedication to free markets in 11 years as prime minister, has died. She was 87.
VIDEO: Texas DA slain in his home; had armed himself
The Texas prosecutor who was gunned down with his wife at their home on Saturday had carried a gun to protect himself following the killing of a fellow prosecutor in his office two months ago.
VIDEO: Barbara Walters announces retirement
After years of speculation, Barbara Walters may be finally ready to hang up her microphone.
Obama outlines human brain-mapping initiative
President Barack Obama on Tuesday outlined a government-sponsored initiative to map the human brain, casting the proposal as a way to discover new cures for neurological disease and strengthen the economy.
VIDEO: NOLA jail inmates with drugs, guns
Video has emerged from a Federal court case showing inmates in a New Orleans city jail using drugs, drinking beer and brandishing a gun. Mayor Mitch Landrieu says Sheriff Marlin Gusman bears ultimate responsibility for the city jails.
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