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Suspect’s body buried in Virginia, sources say

The remains of suspected Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev have been buried in a Muslim cemetery in Doswell, Va.

IRS apologizes for targeting conservative groups

The Internal Revenue Service inappropriately flagged conservative political groups for reviews to see if they were violating their tax-exempt status.

Booking photo of Ariel Castro, 52, after he was ordered to be held on $8 million bail on Thursday.

Cleveland kidnappings

Kidnap suspect is father of 6-year-old, DNA test confirms

Officials were also entering Ariel Castro’s DNA profile into a national database to see if it links him to other crimes.

Rescuers carried a survivor from the rubble of a building that collapsed in Saver, near Dhaka, Bangladesh on Friday.

After 17 days, survivor found in Bangladesh factory rubble

A woman was rescued after being buried for 17 days inside a prayer room in a garment factory that collapsed, killing more than 1,000 people.

Teachers listened to a presentation by the Israel Trauma Coalition at Watertown High School Wednesday.

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Israeli team helps Marathon survivors

Mental health professionals who specialize in trauma have spent the last week meeting with those affected by the Boston bombings.

Shadows of Wellesley students waved alongside Boston Marathon runners.

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Restart: The future of the Marathon

Marathon 2014 will be different. But if next year will be a corrective, what will the race look like in five years? And how will we tell the story of what happened?

A poster board at Thursday’s House Homeland Security Committee hearing memorialized those who died in Boston (clockwise): MIT police officer Sean Collier, Martin Richard, Lingzi Lu, and Krystle Campbell.

Hardest-hit family conveys thanks and cautious hope

The Dorchester family that was the most extensively wounded in the Marathon bombings gave the fullest ­account to date of their pain and their halting progress.

// Gomez stands ground on home

Senate nominee Gabriel E. Gomez defended a $281,500 tax deduction on his historic home and declined to release further information.


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Twins 5, Red Sox 3

John Lackey’s throwing error in the sixth inning led to four unearned runs and a 5-3 victory for the Twins.

Fundamental flaws costly to Red Sox

John Lackey’s throwing error in the sixth inning led to four unearned runs and a 5-3 victory for the Twins.

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Opponents and advocates of same-sex marriage rights rallied side by side Thursday in the state Capitol rotunda.

Minnesota House OK’s gay marriage

A historic vote positioned the state to become the 12th in the country to allow gay marriages and the first in the Midwest to pass such a law.


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Chris O’Dowd, as Tom Chadwick, shows an old family photo to his dad, played by Michael McKean, in “Family Tree.”

Christopher Guest’s ‘Family Tree’ is a sweet mockumentary

It’s really about time Guest made his way to series TV, and it’s a great thing that HBO, so respectful of artistic intention, is his home.