An expansive investigation narrowed into a focused manhunt yesterday as the FBI released photos and video of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings and appealed for the public’s help in their capture.
President Barack Obama said the people of Boston and the U.S. aren’t cowed by the deadly terrorist attack at the city’s signature marathon and the resilience on display in the aftermath “is the greatest rebuke to whoever committed this heinous act.”
The New York Mets’ Citi Field will host a pair of college lacrosse games in March 2013, with the University of Michigan part of a four-team field that includes Patriot League rivals Colgate, Holy Cross and Navy.
New York Giants fans will cheer on their team against the Dallas Cowboys at tonight’s National Football League opener in New Jersey. At tax time, they’ll help pay for the opponents’ $1.2 billion home field in Texas.
Three brawling Illinois Democrats are presiding over a fiscal muck that has made the state the new archetype of dysfunction as longtime champion California last week projected its first surplus in a decade.
Broadway in Manhattan will be turned into the site of a Super Bowl-themed free party next year when the National Football League’s championship game is held at MetLife Stadium across the Hudson River in East Rutherford, New Jersey, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.