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Boston suspect responds in writing

CBSnews: The surviving Boston bombing suspect is conscious and responding in writing to authorities.

Oregon juror jailed for texting during trial

Fox: An Oregon judge held a juror in contempt for texting during video evidence in an armed-robbery trial.

Storms deluge midwest

AP: Parts of the Midwest were soaked by heavy rains this week, with some towns hurriedly building sandbag levees to protect homes and businesses.

Boston on lockdown as manhunt continues Boston and its suburbs, universities and transit system were on total lockdown Friday as police hunted for marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev -- on the loose after his accomplice brother was killed

Google pushes Chrome to boost business adoption

Pentagon Post: Google is working to increase Chrome browser use for businesses.

Where the world's poorest people live The world’s poorest people are now concentrated most heavily in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Lance Armstrong manager points to new era of cycling

AP: Lance Armstrong’s former team manager believes cycling has entered a new era after months of controversy caused by the disgraced former seven-time Tour de France winner.

Secret Service intercepts letter to Obama containing ricin

Washington Post: Authorities intercepted a letter addressed to President Obama that contained a substance that tested positive for the toxin ricin.

Dubai adds Ferrari to police fleet

AP: Dubai police force will add a nearly $250,000 Ferrari to an existing Lamborghini as the flagship of its fleet.

FBI, al Qaeda both seek identity of Boston bomber As FBI investigators search for new leads as to who was behind the deadly Boston Marathon bombings, it seems al Qaeda is equally perplexed.

FBI seeks images in Boston Marathon bombing

CBS: Police and federal agents appealed to the public for amateur video and photos that could lead to clues about the Boston Marathon bombing.

Most powerful quake in 40 years strikes Iran

BBCnews: The epicentre of the 7.8-magnitude quake was near the south-east city of Khash, close to the Pakistani border.

Americans support path to citizenship A national poll indicates that more than eight in ten Americans support an eventual pathway to citizenship for some undocumented workers.