I've read a ton of emotion-laden marathon bombing pieces, but the innocent, youthful simplicity of this one brought a tear to my eye.
My profile in today's Globe:
Turns out, the whole thing was solved by a Virginia woman, sitting in Starbucks, who thought she could be the one to end the drama.
Here's my exclusive interview with her:
Polling shows that most people find the name "Redskins" offensive, but don't really care if the name is changed. What do you think? My latest:
Meanwhile, file Gov Rick Scott (R), Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer (D) and Congressman Daniel Webster (R) under "profiles in courage." None would comment or release statements on one of their constituents being shot and killed by the FBI.
Here's a rundown of what we actually know:
In today's Globe: Protests break out near funeral home holding Tamerlan Tsarnaev's body as cemeteries in Boston, NJ and CT refuse to allow him to be buried there.
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