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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.

Explosions Rock The Boston Marathon

Two people were killed and several more injured by explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday. Melissa Block talks to NPR's Tovia Smith about the incident.

A Vintage Sound For Tax Day: The Clack Of An Adding Machine

As part of All Things Considered's series on now-obsolete sounds, listeners recall fond memories of the old mechanical adding machine.

Background Checks Bill Gains Backers On And Off Capitol Hill

The Senate is set to take up legislation that would expand gun buyer background checks on the heels of an endorsement from an important gun rights group, and steady pressure from Sandy Hook families.

Exoneree Detectives Fight For Those Still Behind Bars

Dallas is home to more than 40 people who've been released from prison for wrongful convictions. Some of those men have formed not just a support group, but a detective agency devoted to getting other innocent people out of prison.