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WEST, Texas (Reuters) - Rescuers searched on Thursday for survivors in the rubble of homes destroyed by a fiery fertilizer plant explosion in a rural Texas town that the mayor said had killed at least 14 people.
WATERTOWN, Massachusetts (Reuters) - Massachusetts State Police warned people in the Boston suburb of Watertown not to open their doors and said they would conduct a door-to-door, street-by-street search due to what it called a fluid situation.
WEST, Texa: A Texas fertilizer factory exploded in a huge fireball Wednesday, flattening nearby homes and perhaps killing as many as several dozen people, with one official likening the blast to a "nuclear bomb."
WEST, Texas: A Texas fertilizer factory exploded in a huge fireball Wednesday, destroying many nearby homes and killing between five and 15 people, with one official likening the blast to a nuclear bomb.
BOSTON, Massachusetts - US investigators found images of a suspect who may have planted the bombs that killed three people and maimed scores more at the Boston marathon, officials said.
BOSTON (Reuters) - The Federal Bureau of Investigation said it would hold a briefing with information on the investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings at 5 p.m. local time (10:00 p.m. British time) on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Authorities have arrested a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings based on security video that showed a man depositing a bag at the bomb scene before the blasts, CNN reported on Wednesday, citing U.S. and Boston law enforcement sources.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Investigators of the Boston Marathon bombings believe they have identified a suspect from security video taken before Monday's blasts killed three people and injured 176 others, a U.S. law enforcement source said on Wednesday.
BOSTON: Lelisa Desisa and Rita Jeptoo had already raised their Boston Marathon trophies on Monday when two explosions near the finish line killed at least two people and injured dozens.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The third fatal victim of Monday's Boston Marathon bombings was a Chinese citizen whose identity was not being made public at the request of the victim's family, the Chinese Consulate in New York said in a statement on Tuesday.