Police warn of attempted assault on woman near Porter Square

Police in Cambridge issued an alert after a woman said she was the victim of an attempted sexual assault after leaving Porter Square early Wednesday.

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Judge rules Tsarnaev can view victim autopsy photos

Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev can view the autopsy photographs of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.


Four dead, nearly 300 missing after South Korean ferry capsizes

Four people were dead and almost 300 missing after a ferry capsized off South Korea Wednesday in what could be the country's biggest maritime disaster in over 20 years.


Tsarnaev defense lawyers in court Wednesday, seek family records

Lawyers for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are due in court Wednesday to ask a judge to order prosecutors to hand over more information on the defendant's family.


Kevin Kayvon Edson: Finish line hoax suspect sent for mental evaluation

The man who allegedly left a backpack near the finish line on the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings was due in court on Wednesday.


Boston Strong? exhibit in Copley questions city’s priorities

The purpose of the exhibit, titled "Boston Strong?," is to spark public conversation and debate about the meaning of the phrase, according to the artists.