By JIMMY GOLENAssociated Press
BOSTON (AP) - Police and federal agents appealed to the public Tuesday for amateur video and photos that might yield clues to the Boston Marathon bombing as the chief FBI agent in Boston vowed "we will go to the ends of the Earth" to find whoever carried out the
By PAISLEY DODDSAssociated Press
LONDON (AP) - With more than 30 marathons being held this weekend alone and big events on the horizon, officials around the world are boosting security efforts in the wake of the fatal bomb blasts that shook Boston's race.
Britain was making last-minute efforts
By DEEPTI HAJELAAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - In a sign of a rapidly changing media world, a relatively unknown New York-based online nonprofit news site joined some of the country's most well-known media outlets in claiming a Pulitzer Prize, the highest honor in journalism.
By ERIC TALMADGEAssociated Press
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) - North Korea lashed out anew Tuesday at South Korea over a small public protest in Seoul in which demonstrators burned effigies of the North's leaders, saying it would not hold talks with its southern neighbor unless it apologized
By TAMI ABDOLLAH and COLLEEN LONGAssociated Press
From the World Trade Center and Times Square in New York to the White House and sports venues across the country, police patrolled in packs and deployed counterterrorism teams Monday as security was stepped up after explosions at the Boston Marathon
UPDATE: BOSTON (AP) - Boston police commissioner: JFK Library fire doesn't appear to be related to race explosions.
BOSTON (AP) - Boston police say there's been a third explosion in the city, following two blasts near the finish line of the Boston Marathon that killed two
By TAMI ABDOLLAHAssociated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Police in Los Angeles, New York City, London, Washington and other cities worldwide stepped up security Monday following explosions at the Boston Marathon.
In Los Angeles, the Sheriff's Department activated its emergency operations center and
By JULIE PACEAP White House Correspondent
WASHINGTON (AP) - A stony-faced President Barack Obama declared that those responsible for the explosions at the Boston Marathon "will feel the full weight of justice," but he urged a nervous nation not to jump to conclusions. Top lawmakers declared the