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Boston bombing: Authorities believe they have identified a suspect, source says

President Obama called the bombings at the Boston Marathon, which killed three people and injured over 175 more, a terrorist act. So far no suspects have been named, and no individual or group has claimed the attack. The Pakistani Taliban denied involvement. An envelope destined for a US Senator tested positive for the deadly poison ricin. The US offered aid to Iran and Pakistan following an earthquake in the region.

China military says US destabilizing Asia-Pacific by boosting armed forces' presence in region

U.S. leads in humanitarian funding to Syria

Pakistani Taliban deny responsibility for Boston Marathon bombings

Authorities warned police to be on the lookout for a "darker-skinned or black male" with a foreign accent, while a Saudi student being questioned is said to be a person of interest.

Twin explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon have killed three people and injured over 140 more. The bomb blasts took place nearly three hours into the event; authorities are investigating. Two more explosive devices were found near the site and dismantled. Security is being stepped up in New York City and Washington, D.C., as well as other cities. The FBI considers it a terrorist attack.

Pentagon cancels divisive Distinguished Warfare Medal for cyber ops, drone strikes

Iraqi interpreter picks exile over certain death after 'working for enemy'

With Al Qaeda shattered, US counter-terrorism's future unclear

How North Korea Tipped Its Hand

US feeds Syrians, but secretly

Afghan Interpreters for the US Are Left Stranded and at Risk

Palestinian PM's resignation complicates U.S. plan

Secretary of State Kerry met with Chinese leaders in Beijing about the North Korean nuclear threat; the US and China jointly called for North Korea to "refrain from provocations and to abide by international obligations." Military personnel at Guantanamo clashed with detainees resisting a return to individual cells from communal living conditions. The detainees had covered cameras and windows to prevent observation by guards, and said they do not want Korans if the books will be searched.

US-China Nuclear Silence Leaves a Void

New Details Emerge of US Diplomat's Death in Afghanistan

Syrian Rebels Break With Group Over Qaeda Wing Alliance

Formerly Banned Iranian Group Opens Office Near White House

US intelligence divide on North Korea is exposed

Secretary of State Kerry warned North Korea that going ahead with its threatened missile launch would be a "huge mistake"; he also said a recent intelligence report did not suggest that North Korea had "fully tested, developed" nuclear capabilities. A number of rights groups sent a letter to President Obama questioning the legality and secrecy of the administration's drone program.