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  • Boston Marathon looks to shake shadow of 2013 bombing

    Beth and Michael Bourgault, 2013 Boston Marathon bombing survivors, cross the marathon finish line during a Tribute Run for survivors and first responders in BostonBy Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) - Runners, from the world's elite racers to first-timers, will step to the Boston Marathon starting line on Monday for the first running of the world-renowned race since last year's deadly bombing attack. Some 36,000 people, the second-largest field in the race's 118-year history, will set out from Hopkinton, a town west of Boston, for the 26.2-mile race that finishes on Boston's Boylston Street, where two homemade pressure-cooker bombs last year killed three people and injured 264. The fans, hundreds of thousands of whom are expected to line the course, will also be rooting for top U.S. entrants including Ryan Hall of California and Desiree Linden of Michigan. While the memory of the attacks has hung heavy over Boston through the week of events leading up to the race, Linden said it wouldn't affect her thinking come race day.


  • Two young children die in NY house fire on Easter morning
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two young children visiting their grandfather died on Easter Sunday morning after a fire broke out in the basement of his New York City home, fire officials said. Two adults were critically injured in the blaze that flared up just before midnight on Saturday in the two-story brick building in the city borough of Queens, a spokesman for the New York City Fire Department said. The 4-year-old half siblings, a boy and a girl, were found unconscious and rushed to a nearby hospital in critical condition, the spokesman said. They were pronounced dead a short time later. ...
  • Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, U.S. boxer famous in folk song, dies at 76

    ACTOR DENZEL WASHINGTON AND RUBIN CARTER AT PREMIERE.By Cameron French and Emily Flitter TORONTO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former U.S. professional boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, who spent 19 years in prison for murder and then was released after it was determined he did not get a fair trial, died on Sunday at the age of 76, according to reports in the Canadian media. Carter, considered a folk hero by many and immortalized in film and song, had been battling prostate cancer for months, according to reports by the Toronto Globe and Mail and the CBC. He died in Toronto, where he had been living since he was released from prison in 1985, according to the reports. That arrest, his imprisonment, and the ultimately successful battle to free him are immortalized in the 1975 Bob Dylan song "Hurricane" and the 1999 film of the same name, which starred Denzel Washington as Carter.


  • Part of Fla. history to step back into spotlight
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) ? Hidden behind live oaks and magnolias near the Florida Governor's Mansion, an historic house that symbolizes much of the state's terrible past and transformation will soon have its doors opened to the public.
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