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David Cameron visits Marathon memorial

The British Prime Minister said that efforts must be made to “challenge the narrative of violence” and stop young people from turning to extremism.

Russia detains US diplomat accused of spying

The detention of Ryan Fogle appeared to represent the first American diplomat accused of spying in about a decade.

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Bruins 5, Maple Leafs 4 | OT

Hope was lost, until Bruins restored it

The Bruins became the first team in NHL playoff history to erase a three-goal deficit in the final period of a Game 7.

Patrice Bergeron, right, and Tyler Seguin celebrated after Bergeron’s game-winning goal in overtime.

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Game 7 win was the Bruins’ miracle on ice

The Bruins may go on to win the Stanley Cup. Or they may fall aside. But we never will forget the comeback against the Maple Leafs.

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Zdeno Chara hugged teammate Patrice Bergeron after Bergeron’s overtime goal eliminated the Maple Leafs, 5-4, in Game 7.

Bruins stun Maple Leafs with late comeback

“I kind of thought we were done,” Dougie Hamilton said of the 4-1 deficit the Bruins faced before roaring back to advance to the second round.