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Obama: Boston capture closes out a ‘tough week'
President Barack Obama pledged to seek answers for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions about the motives and the planning behind the deadly blasts, even as he acknowledged that the capture of a second suspect brou...
Published on 04/20/13
Ricin in Obama letter; odd packages scramble Capitol Hill
Letters sent to President Obama and a Mississippi senator tested positive for ricin in preliminary checks, and authorities chased reports of other suspicious mail at a U.S. Capitol already on edge.
Published on 04/17/13
Obama says Boston bombings an act of terrorism
While it is unclear who is responsible, individuals briefed on the probe said the two bombs were made up of pressure cookers, one packed with ball bearings and the other with shards of metal.
Published on 04/16/13
Obama: “We will find out who did this”
The President spoke in a Monday evening press conference about the explosions in downtown Boston.
Published on 04/15/13
Rubio, lawmakers ready to unveil immigration deal
The so-called Gang of Eight is finishing up the final details on the immigration overhaul and is planning to unveil the proposed legislation today.
Published on 04/15/13
Lightning, Zamuner grew up together
Bolts Beat: The teamís 20th anniversary season has been disappointing, but the return of original Bolt Rob Zamuner to Tampa last week was refreshing for all involved.
Published on 04/13/13
Updated on 04/14/13
Lightning erase huge deficit, lose in overtime
The Capitals twice led by four goals before a Tampa Bay rally forced the extra period and a 6-5 Washington win.
Published on 04/13/13
Updated on 04/14/13
Treasury secretary: Budget deal with Congress can be reached
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew told Congress on Thursday that the Obama administration is optimistic about a budget deal, but he urged lawmakers to consider concessions already made in President Barack Obama's $3.8 trillion s...
Published on 04/11/13
Post office delays cutting Saturdays, blames Congress
Congress did not drop from spending legislation a longtime ban on five-day delivery, forcing the ailing Postal Service to retreat from the cost-cutting plan.
Published on 04/10/13
Clearwater man accused of having guns on Capitol grounds
A Clearwater man is under arrest after police say he brought unregistered guns and ammunition onto the grounds of the U.S. Capitol.
Published on 04/08/13
Updated on 04/09/13
Lightning lose crucial ground in loss to Capitals
Alex Ovechkin scored twice, leading Washington to 4-2 win that all but eliminates Tampa Bay from playoff contention.
Published on 04/07/13
Updated on 04/08/13
Miami goes cold, falls to Marquette in NCAAs
The game wasn't hard to decipher. Marquette could shoot; Miami couldn't. And the Eagles earned their first trip to the Elite Eight since 2003, 71-61.
Published on 03/28/13
Updated on 03/29/13
Study: Health law to raise claims cost 32%
A new study finds that insurance companies will have to pay out an average of 32 percent more for medical claims under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
Published on 03/27/13
Supreme Court could avoid ruling on gay marriage ban
Several justices, including some liberals who seemed open to gay marriage, raised doubts during a riveting 80-minute argument that the case should even be before them.
Published on 03/26/13
Tampa Bay Buccaneers lose free-agent CB Biggers to Redskins
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost another defensive player Wednesday when free-agent cornerback E.J. Biggers agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins.
Published on 03/20/13