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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

A runner's shoes read, 'I will run the Boston Marathong for you,' in a display titled, 'Dear Boston: Messages from the Marathon Memorial' in the Boston Public Library. April 14, 2014 (Andrew Burton/Getty)

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick Reflects on the Boston Bombing | Audio Essay: Remembering Boston | Can Anyone Stop the Unrest in Ukraine? | How to Make Passover Sangria | Louisiana Bill Would Make The Bible Official State Book | First Responders Mark Anniversary of Boston Marathon Bombings | Massachusetts Hospital Team Prepares to run Boston Marathon

Gov. Deval Patrick Reflects on the Boston Bombing

On the one-year anniversary of the Boston bombing, he talks about the city's response and how the tragic event affected his leadership.

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Audio Essay: Remembering Boston

A year ago today, no one knew what was about to happen, and for each runner, they knew it would be a momentous day. It was a momentous day for the whole city of Boston, the nation and the world of course.

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Can Anyone Stop the Unrest in Ukraine?

The escalating tensions in Eastern Ukraine are being called Russian incitement by the West and a crackdown on free speech by the Russians. Can anyone stop this unrest or is Ukraine already essentially lost?

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How to Make Passover Sangria

As it turns out, several Passover staples form the perfect base for sangria. Dan Pashman, host of the Sporkful podcast, shares his recipe for Passover Sangria.

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Louisiana Wants The Bible to be Official State Book

In Louisiana, serious controversy has arisen over a proposed bill to declare an official state book. That book? It's the King James Bible. Last Thursday, by an 8 to 5 margin, the bill passed committee with bipartisan support.

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First Responders Mark Anniversary of Boston Marathon Bombings

Marathon volunteers have helped plenty of runners suffering with cramps and dehydration, but after last year’s bombings, the marathon medical tent was transformed into a makeshift emergency room.

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Hospital Team Prepares to Run Boston Marathon

Two members of the Mass General Emergency Response Fund Team discuss their efforts to help victims last year, and their plans to run in this year's marathon for the first time. 

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