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'Boston Globe' Reporter Was Near Blast At Marathon

At the end of Monday's marathon, David Abel, a Boston Globe reporter, was shooting video of the racers final steps. He was about 10 feet away from the first explosion. He talks to Steve Inskeep about what he saw.
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Boston Marathon Explosions: Latest Developments

The investigation into the explosions that killed three and injured dozens continues. We're tracking developments.
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Blasts Don't Stop 78-Year-Old Marathoner In Boston

Bill Iffrig, 78, was approaching the finish line when the explosions occurred Monday. Video footage shows him tumbling down. But he stood up and walked the last few feet to the end.
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Deadly Blasts Punctuate Boston Marathon's Finish Line

Two explosions took place in short order at the finish line of Monday's race as runners were still coming through. Many serious injuries and at least three deaths have been confirmed. The FBI is leading the investigation through the joint terror task force.
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Boston Marathon Changes In An Instant

At least 3 people were killed and dozens injured by two explosions that occurred near the finish line of Monday's Boston Marathon. Hours of struggle and accomplishment changed in an instant Monday afternoon.
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Authorities Comb Intelligence For Clues To Boston Blasts

Steve Inskeep talks to Juan Zarate, former deputy national security adviser for combating terrorism, about what investigators are looking for the day after the explosions at the Boston Marathon.

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