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By ERIC SCHMITT, MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and ELLEN BARRY
The teenage suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, was taken into custody in Watertown, Mass., on Friday after a search that left his brother dead and the Boston area virtually shut down.
By SCOTT SHANE
The case of the Boston suspects echoes that of other young men who, caught between life in America and loyalty to fellow Muslims in a distant homeland, turned to violence.
By CHARLIE SAVAGE
The decision to question Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev for a period without first reading him the Miranda warning has revived a constitutionally charged debate over the handling of terrorism cases in the criminal justice system.
By RACHEL DONADIO and ELISABETTA POVOLEDO
Conservationists warn the city is dangerously exposed to the elements, and is poorly served by red tape, lack of strategic planning and limited personnel of the site's troubled management.
By JANE PERLEZ
The earthquake struck the western region of Sichuan Province, where a previous quake killed 70,000 people.
By GARDINER HARRIS
An attack and the police response struck a chord in the nation, still dealing with the trauma of another brutal rape case.