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By KATHARINE Q. SEELYE and MICHAEL COOPER
The possible break on Wednesday came as investigators pored over scores of videos and photographs captured at the Boston Marathon when the deadly explosions went off on Monday.
By GINA KOLATA, JERÉ LONGMAN and MARY PILON
Surgeons faced life-changing decisions as patients arrived with gruesome leg trauma.
By CHRIS BUCKLEY
The graduate student who was killed was one of the hundreds of thousands of Chinese who have come to the United States to be educated at its universities.
Dining & Wine
By ALAN COWELL and JOHN F. BURNS
The ceremonial funeral with military honors for Margaret Thatcher has divided British opinion, much as the former prime minister stirred passions in her lifetime.
By JOHN F. BURNS
Wednesday's funeral rites for Margaret Thatcher, the former British prime minister, have become a matter of dispute in Whitwell, where many lost their jobs during the 1980s coal battles.
By ELLEN BARRY
A Kremlin-linked Web site released a video clip of an angry Vladimir V. Putin, fueling talk that he may replace his prime minister and cabinet.