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VIDEO: How the Boston bombing will change future marathons
The Boston Marathon is more than a century old, and has always been one of America's premiere road races. "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger takes a look at this great event, which has been changed forever.
Eyewitness to blood, smoke and panic at Boston Marathon
It sounded like cannons or guns going off. I went toward the explosion, as my friend stepped back. We were 65 feet away - at the most - when two bombs went off at 2:50 p.m. yesterday at the Boston Marathon finish line.
An abortion provider Is on trial: Where's the media coverage?
Until late last week, much of the national media was silent as testimony about Gosnell's alleged "house of horrors" abortion clinic rolled out.
Trapped inside trash bin, man dies, woman seriously hurt
A Connecticut man who had sought shelter inside a trash bin died of suffocation after being trapped in a garbage collection truck that emptied the bin he and his girlfriend were inside.
VIDEO: Saturday USPS delivery saved, for now
When the United States Postal Service proposed ending Saturday delivery, some in Congress fought to keep it, seeing it as an assault on an American institution.
Minister's hostage hoax backfires
A minister who has described himself as a prophet has been charged in a hostage hoax that involved thousands of dollars.
VIDEO: White House challenges Jay-Z's Cuba trip rap
Refuting lyrics in Jay-Z's latest rap, White House spokesman Jay Carney says President Obama did not personally approve Beyonce and Jay-Z's trip last week to Cuba.
VIDEO: Shop owner fights off gunman with bat
A Chicago shop owner used a bat to fight off a gunman who tried to rob his store. The thief shot at the shop owner nine times. The shop owner owner was only hit once. It was all caught on surveillance tape.
Routine Pa. stop nets $1 million in heroin
State police found much more than expected when an officer stopped a car on the Pennsylvania Turnpike for driving 14 miles over the posted speed limit.
VIDEO: Amish gather for last time before prison
Members of an Amish community in Northeast Ohio gathered for a final time, before four women and one man go to prison this week. They were convicted of hate crimes for cutting the hair and beards of other Amish people.
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