55
      Saturday
      60 / 42
      Sunday
      56 / 41
      Monday
      53 / 42

      10 Things to Know for Monday

      1. POLICE: BOSTON SUSPECTS PLANNED MORE ATTACKS

      Commissioner Ed Davis says Tamerlan and Dzokhar Tsarnaev had an arsenal of homemade explosives with them at the gunfight in suburban Watertown.

      2. A WEEK LATER, A MOMENT OF SILENCE

      Gov. Deval Patrick asks residents to pause today at 2:50 p.m., the time the first of two bombs exploded.

      3. SEARCH CONTINUES FOR CHINA QUAKE VICTIMS

      Relief teams dynamited through landslides to reach some of the most isolated communities in Sichuan province, where the temblor killed 188.

      4. TALIBAN CAPTURES 9 HOSTAGES FROM HELICOPTER

      Insurgents took all people aboard the civilian transport after it made an emergency landing in a Taliban-controlled area of Afghanistan.

      5. BRACING FOR FLIGHT DELAYS AFTER FURLOUGHS

      Los Angeles and New York City airports were backed up after 15,000 air traffic controllers were taken off the job because of government spending cuts.

      6. SECOND ARREST IN RAPE OF 5-YEAR-OLD IN INDIA

      Police arrested Pradeep Kumar in the eastern state of Bihar after questioning the first suspect in the April 15 attack on the girl, who was left in a locked room for two days.

      7. READING THE SIGNS TO TRACK ILLEGAL ALIEN CROSSINGS

      U.S. Border Patrol agents learn to spot broken twigs, torn cobwebs, other signals in pursuit of people who enter the U.S. illegally from Mexico.

      8. WHY DOCTORS WARN AGAINST THE 'CINNAMON CHALLENGE'

      Swallowing a spoonful of the spice in 60 seconds - a prank depicted on YouTube - has caused hospitalizations and a surge in calls to poison centers.

      9. REESE WITHERSPOON ARRESTED IN ATLANTA

      The Oscar-winning actress, charged with disorderly conduct, asked a state trooper, "Do you know my name?" after her husband was pulled over and given a sobriety test.

      10. TIGHT SECURITY FOR FIRST MAJOR MARATHON SINCE BOSTON

      Runners crossed the line in front of London's Buckingham Palace with black ribbons on their chests. Tsegaye Kebede of Ethiopia won in 2 hours, 6 minutes and 4 seconds.

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