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The Fallout Of The Attack On The Boston Marathon

Federal and local authorities in Massachusetts continue to investigate the explosions at the Boston Marathon. In Washington, law enforcement agencies are boosting security around landmarks and Metro. Kojo explores local and national reactions to yesterday's events in Boston, and connects with a journalist from Washington who reported on the scene after running the race.

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