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An Update On The Boston Marathon Explosions

Co-host Melissa Block talks to talks to NPR's Tovia Smith about the latest on the Boston Marathon explosions.
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Latest On Boston Marathon Explosions

Co-host Melissa Block talks to WGBH's Anne Mostue about the explosions at the Boston Marathon. Mostue said she heard two very loud explosions, then saw "people screaming and running toward the river."
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A Runner Describes The Scene

Co-host Robert Siegel talks to NPR's Peter Sagal, who ran in the Boston Marathon and was near Monday's explosions.
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Justices Appear Skeptical Of Patenting Human Genes

A case considered pivotal to the future of science and medicine came before the Supreme Court on Monday, involving a company that has patented two genes linked to cancer. While the patent challengers lost in the lower court, they seemed to have a more receptive audience at the Supreme Court.
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Cordoning Off The Scene Of The Marathon Explosion

Co-host Melissa Block talks to WBUR's Bruce Gellerman about the scene after explosions Monday near the finish line at the Boston Marathon. "Essentially the whole downtown of Boston is a crime scene," he says.
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Law Enforcement Probe Of The Boston Explosions

Co-host Robert Siegel talks to NPR's Dina Temple-Raston about what law enforcement officials are trying to learn about the explosions at the Boston Marathon. She says the FBI has sent counter terrorism officials to the scene.

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