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  • Thai junta chief says he has asked king to lift martial law

    Bangkok (AFP) - Thailand's junta chief said on Tuesday he has asked King Bhumibol Adulyadej for permission to end martial law, but added that a new executive order would be drawn up to replace it.


  • Philips to sell major stake in LED, car lighting arm for $2.8 bn

    Dutch electronics giant Philips on Tuesday said it was selling a majority stake in its LED and car lighting arm to a consortium led by China-based GO Scale Capital investment fund in a deal worth $2.8 bnDutch electronics giant Philips on Tuesday said it was selling a majority stake in its LED and car lighting arm to a consortium led by China-based GO Scale Capital investment fund in a deal worth $2.8 bn. "Philips today announced that it has signed an agreement with a consortium led by GO Scale Capital through which they will acquire an 80.1 percent interest in Philips' combined LED components and automotive lighting business," the Amsterdam-based Philips said. "Philips expects to receive cash proceeds, before tax and transaction related costs, of approximately USD 2.8 billion (2.5 billion euros," it said in a statement. After the sale, to be completed in the third quarter of the year, Philips will retain a 19.9 percent share in the business, it added.


  • New Zealand cricketer Vettori calls time on international career

    New Zealand's Daniel Vettori (C) celebrates with bowler Trent Boult during their Cricket World Cup final against Australia in Melbourne on March 29, 2015Long-serving New Zealand cricketer Daniel Vettori called time on his international career Tuesday, saying the World Cup final was his last appearance for the Black Caps. "It was my last game for New Zealand so it was a lovely way to finish," the former captain told reporters as the team returned from Sunday's final to a heroes' welcome despite being beaten by seven wickets by Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The 36-year-old's announcement was no real surprise after an 18-year international career. New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum revealed that Vettori pulled a calf muscle when exercising between innings in the World Cup final but still managed to send down five overs taking none for 25.


  • Liberal Dems, GOP cling to hope Warren runs for president

    FILE - In this March 25, 2015 file photo, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass, left, speaks at a new conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. Liberal Democrats and Republicans have found something to agree on: both want to keep alive the prospect that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will run for president. Each side is driven by self-interest as they cling to a dream that is all but certain to remain in the realm of fantasy. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn. is at right. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans and liberal Democrats have found something to agree on: Both want to keep alive the prospect that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will run for president.


  • Clinton also used iPad for email; mixed personal, work chats

    FILE - In this Dec. 8, 2011, file photo, then-U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton hands off her mobile phone after arriving to meet with Dutch Foreign Minister Uri Rosenthal at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague, Netherlands. Clinton emailed her staff on an iPad as well as a BlackBerry while secretary of state, despite her explanation that she exclusively used a personal email address on a homebrew server so she could carry a single device, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, Pool/File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton emailed her staff on an iPad as well as a BlackBerry while secretary of state, despite her explanation she exclusively used a personal email address on a homebrew server so that she could carry a single device, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press.


  • Pharmacist group says members shouldn't aid in executions

    FILE - This May 27, 2008 file photo shows the State of Texas execution chamber in Huntsville, Texas. A leading association for pharmacists on Monday has approved a proposal declaring that participation in lethal injection executions by compounding pharmacies would be a violation of core pharmacy values. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan, File)SAN DIEGO (AP) — In a move that could heighten the hurdles faced by states attempting to execute prisoners, a leading association for U.S. pharmacists has officially discouraged its members from providing drugs for use in lethal injections.


  • Lawmaker's staff to face tough prosecutor in spending probe

    FILE - In this Feb. 6, 2015, file photo, Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Ill., speaks to reporters before meetings with constituents after a week in which he faced twin scandals in Peoria Ill. Some of Schock's current and previous employees will appear before a federal grand jury next month to answer questions about their old boss. They'll likely face a prosecutor with a tough, meticulous reputation. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Some of Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock's current and previous employees will appear before a federal grand jury next month to answer questions about their old boss. When they do, they'll likely face a prosecutor with a tough, meticulous reputation.


  • US to pledge up to 28 percent emission cut in global treaty

    FILE - In this March 19, 2015, file photo, President Barack Obama, flanked by senior adviser Brian Deese, left, and Christina Goldfuss, managing director of the Council on Environmental Quality, speaks at Energy Department in Washington. In a highly anticipated announcement, the United States will pledge to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by up to 28 percent as its contribution to a major global climate treaty nearing the final stages of negotiation, according to people briefed on the White House’s plans. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States will pledge Tuesday to cut its greenhouse gas emissions up to 28 percent as part of a global treaty aimed at preventing the worst effects of climate change, according to individuals briefed on the White House's plans.


  • Differences persist on deadline day for Iran nuke talks

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, second left, U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz, left, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, center, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, second right, and German Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier wait for the start of a meeting on Iran's nuclear program with other officials from France, China, the European Union and Iran at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel in Lausanne, Switzerland Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Diplomats scrambled Tuesday to reach consensus on the outline of an Iran nuclear deal just hours ahead of a self-imposed deadline to produce an agreement. (AP Photo/Brendan Smialowski, Pool)LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Diplomats scrambled Tuesday to reach consensus on the outline of an Iran nuclear deal just hours ahead of a self-imposed deadline to produce an agreement.


  • Iran sends aid to Yemen's rebels amid Saudi-led airstrikes

    Smoke rises from an area due to Saudi-led airstrikes in Sanaa, Yemen, Monday, March 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Iran's official news agency says Tehran has sent aid to Yemen, its first such shipment since a Saudi-led coalition of Sunni Arab states launched airstrikes last week to halt the advance of the country's Shiite rebels known as the Houthis.


  • Student loan recipients go on repayment strike, face default

    Makenzie Vasquez, from left, Pamala Hunt, Latonya Suggs, Ann Bowers, Nathan Hornes, Ashlee Schmidt, Natasha Hornes, Tasha Courtright, Michael Adorno and Sarah Dieffenbacher, pose for a picture in Washington, Monday, March 30, 2015. Former and current college students calling themselves the “Corinthian 100” say they are on a debt strike and refuse to pay back their student loans. The name comes from Corinthian Colleges Inc., which operated the for-profit Everest College, Heald College and WyoTech schools before agreeing last summer to sell or close its 100-plus campuses. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)WASHINGTON (AP) — Sarah Dieffenbacher is on a debt strike. She's refusing to make payments on the more than $100,000 in federal and private loans she says she owes for studies at a for-profit college that she now considers so worthless she doesn't include it on her resume.


  • Federal agents accused of stealing $1M in online currency SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Two former federal agents are accused of using their positions and savvy computer skills to siphon more than $1 million in digital currency from the illegal black market Silk Road website while they and their agencies were operating an undercover investigation of the online drug bazaar.
  • Samsung, LG agree to end legal feuds

    LG Group's headquarters, pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on December 26, 2014Samsung and LG agreed Tuesday to end all pending legal disputes that had seen the South Korean electronics rivals accuse each other of stealing technology and vandalising products. A recent series of feuds between the two giants even saw one senior LG executive indicted by prosecutors for allegedly sabotaging Samsung's washing machines at a trade fair in Germany last year. The two firms' display panel-making subsidiaries have also accused each other of stealing technology in separate lawsuits, which saw four Samsung Display officials indicted. "For ongoing legal disputes, we will take necessary steps to drop the charges and will ask for leniency from the relevant (law enforcement) authorities," they said in a joint statement.


  • Tsarnaev's lawyers try to show brother in charge of bombing

    In this March 5, 2015 file courtroom sketch, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, center, is depicted between defense attorneys Miriam Conrad, left, and Judy Clarke, right, during his federal death penalty trial in Boston. Prosecutors rested their case against Tsarnaev on Monday, March 30, 2015, after jurors saw gruesome autopsy photos and heard a medical examiner describe the devastating injuries suffered by the three people who died in the 2013 terror attack. (AP Photo/Jane Flavell Collins, File)BOSTON (AP) — Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber Dzkhokhar Tsarnaev started their case by trying to show that his older brother was the driving force behind the 2013 terror attack.


  • Singapore teen in court over anti-Lee Kuan Yew video

    Amos Yee, 16, and his mother leave the State courts in Singapore, on March 31, 2015A Singaporean teenager arrested after posting an expletive-laden YouTube video attacking the country's late founding leader Lee Kuan Yew and Christianity was charged Tuesday with jailable offences including obscenity and hurting religious feelings. Amos Yee, a slight student with a thick mop of hair, smiled and fidgeted as charges were read to him in a district court. Yee, who at 16 is old enough to be tried as an adult, was already known in the local YouTube community for humorous postings and a bit role as a child actor in a comedy movie called "We Not Naughty". In an eight-minute video titled "Lee Kuan Yew is finally dead" Yee launched a scathing attack on the 91-year-old political patriarch who was cremated after a state funeral on Sunday.


  • LEADING OFF: King Felix tunes up, Storen ailing again

    Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Felix Hernandez works against the Kansas City Royals in the first inning of a spring training baseball game Thursday, March 26, 2015, in Peoria, Ariz. Hernandez pitched six innings allow only one run and two hits but took the loss in the Royals' 3-0 victory.(AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)A look at what's happening around spring training in Florida and Arizona today:


  • Despondent Gazans return to destroyed homes

    A Palestinian girl walks next to destroyed houses, in the Shijaiyah neighborhood of Gaza City, Monday, March 30, 2015. Despondent over the slow pace of post-war reconstruction, displaced Gazans have begun to return to their damaged homes, patching up the structures with blankets and plastic sheets and living in the unstable and unsafe structures while they wait for promised aid to arrive. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Despondent over the slow pace of post-war reconstruction, displaced Gazans have begun to return to their damaged homes, patching up the structures with cinder blocks and plastic sheets and living in the unstable and unsafe buildings while they wait for promised aid to arrive.


  • Robin Williams heirs agree to negotiate over belongings

    Robin Williams and his wife Susan Schneider at the world premiere of "Happy Feet Two" in Hollywood on November 13, 2011Robin Williams' widow and his three children have agreed to out-of-court negotiations in a battle over parts of the late actor's estate -- including movie awards such as his 1998 Oscar for "Good Will Hunting". A judge in San Francisco delayed until June a hearing on a suit filed in December by Susan Schneider, with whom the comedian and movie star had been married for five years when he committed suicide in August of last year at the age of 63. Schneider's attorney, James Wagstaffe, told AFP that over the next two weeks he would meet with Williams' three children from two previous marriages -- Zelda, Zachary and Cody Williams -- to try to reach an agreement.


  • China closes 66 'illegal' golf courses

    China's ruling Communist Party has long had an ambivalent relationship with golf, which is both a lucrative opportunity for local authorities and a favoured pastime of some officials, but closely associated with wealth and Western elitesChina has closed down nearly 70 "illegal" golf courses, a government statement said, in what appears to be the first sign of enforcement of a decade-old ban. The announcement by China's ministry of land and resources comes amid a high-profile anti-graft campaign spearheaded by President Xi Jinping, which has seen crackdowns on banquets, lavish gift-giving and other official excesses. The ruling Communist Party has long had an ambivalent relationship with golf, which is both a lucrative opportunity for local authorities and a favoured pastime of some officials, but closely associated with wealth and Western elites. "Presently, local governments have shut down a number of illegally-built golf courses, and preliminary results have been achieved in clean-up and rectification work," read the announcement on the ministry's website late Monday.


  • Alps crash pilot had suicidal tendencies in past: prosecutors

    Condolence letters, flowers and candles are placed March 30, 2015 at Duesseldorf airport in commemoration of the March 24, 2015 Germanwings plane crash victimsThe co-pilot believed to have deliberately crashed a Germanwings plane into the French Alps was classified as suicidal "several years ago" but had appeared more stable of late, German prosecutors said Monday. As investigators in both countries tried to zero in on a potential motive, it emerged that that the first officer, Andreas Lubitz, was receiving treatment from neurologists and psychiatrists who had written him off sick from work a number of times. Meanwhile investigators sifting through the wreckage and hundreds of body parts in the French Alps were forced to resume the hunt on foot as bad weather hampered helicopter flights. Authorities are hoping to identify more DNA from the 150 people who died, as well as locate the jet's second black box that should provide more clues as to the circumstances of the tragedy.


  • Fight over religious objection proposals shifts to Arkansas

    Rep. Warwick Sabin, D-Little Rock, center, cheers with protesters outside of the House chamber at the Arkansas state Capitol in Little Rock, Ark., Monday, March 30, 2015. A House committee earlier Monday advanced an amended version of a bill that opponents say allows discrimination against gays and lesbians. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The fight over "religious freedom" proposals facing increasing criticism from businesses and advocates who call them a license to discriminate against gays and lesbians has shifted toward Arkansas, which was poised to become the second state this year to enact such a measure.


  • Violence wanes in Chicago, but fear looms over mayor's race

    FILE - In this March 26, 2015, file photo, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel responds to a reporter's question after the second of three televised debates against Cook County Commissioner and Chicago mayoral candidate Jesus Garcia, ahead of next month's runoff election in Chicago. A few short years ago, violence on Chicago streets thrust a recently elected mayor into the national spotlight as shootouts in some of the city’s most troubled neighborhoods fueled nearly constant bloodshed. Emanuel spent nearly $200 million over two years to flood those streets with police working overtime. Since then, the city’s overall violence has declined, but the number of slayings in some minority neighborhoods actually jumped. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)CHICAGO (AP) — A few years ago, violence on Chicago streets thrust a recently elected mayor into the national spotlight as shootouts in some of the city's most troubled neighborhoods fueled nearly constant bloodshed.


  • Man accused in Ferguson police shooting to seek lower bond

    FILE - In this file photo provided by the St. Louis County Police Department on March 15, 2015 is Jeffrey Williams. Williams, 20, is accused of shooting two police officers on March 12, during an early-morning rally sparked by the resignation of Ferguson's police chief. (AP Photo/St. Louis County Police Department)CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) — The attorney for a man accused of shooting two police officers during a Ferguson demonstration says he'll seek a lower bond for his client.


  • South African comic Noah will replace Jon Stewart

    In this photo taken Oct. 27 2009 South African comedian Trevor Noah is photographed during an interview. Trevor Noah, a 31-year-old comedian from South Africa who has contributed to "The Daily Show" a handful of times during the past year, will become Jon Stewart's replacement as host, Comedy Central announced Monday March 30, 2015. Noah was chosen a little more than a month after Stewart unexpectedly announced he was leaving "The Daily Show" following 16 years as the show's principal voice. (AP Photo/Bongiwe Mchunu-The Star) SOUTH AFRICA OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVENEW YORK (AP) — The choice of South African comic Trevor Noah as Jon Stewart's replacement on "The Daily Show" advances an intriguing new trend of late-night comic hosts with a more worldly perspective while continuing the longer-running pattern of keeping those jobs filled with men.


  • NYC blast probe highlights problem of stealing gas

    FILE - In this March 27, 2015, file photo, a pile of debris remains at the site of a building explosion in the East Village neighborhood of New York. While officials caution that they aren’t certain of the cause of last week’s blast in New York’s East Village, it is highlighting a long-known problem with potentially deadly consequences: untrained schemers rigging up pipes to save money by siphoning natural gas. (AP Photo/The New York Times, Nancy Borowick, Pool, File)NEW YORK (AP) — It was a run-of-the-mill complaint — a smell of gas — with a troubling explanation: Someone had improperly tapped into a Manhattan building's gas line, and it was leaking.


  • Maryland knocks off Tennessee 58-48 in regional final

    Maryland players celebrate after a women's college basketball regional final game against Tennessee in the NCAA tournament, Monday, March 30, 2015, in Spokane, Wash. Maryland won 58-48. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Lexie Brown felt the need to apologize.


  • Lightning clinch playoff berth with 5-3 win at Montreal

    Tampa Bay Lightning's Jonathan Drouin scores past Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price during the second period of an NHL hockey game Monday, March 30, 2015, in Montreal. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Paul Chiasson)MONTREAL (AP) — The Tampa Bay Lightning owned the Montreal Canadiens all season.


  • Jay Z leads stars in rebranded Tidal streaming service

    Rap mogul Jay Z launched the rebranded Tidal music streaming service with major star backing, hoping to shake up the growing industry through high sound quality and artist controlRap mogul Jay Z has launched the rebranded Tidal music streaming service with major star backing, hoping to shake up the growing industry through high sound quality and artist control. With veiled swipes at streaming leader Spotify, Jay Z brought out musicians including Madonna, Kanye West and the masked electronic duo Daft Punk, who will all be equity partners in the new Tidal. Jay Z earlier this year bought Tidal, which markets itself to audiophiles, by spending $56 million for its Swedish-listed parent company Aspiro. At the announcement in New York, singer Alicia Keys hinted that some musicians could choose to release material exclusively or early on the artist-owned service.


  • Four No. 1 seeds in the women's Final Four

    Connecticut forward Breanna Stewart (30) gets tripped by Dayton center Saicha Grant-Allen during the second half of a regional final game in the NCAA women's college basketball tournament on Monday, March 30, 2015, in Albany, N.Y. UConn won 91-70. (AP Photo/Tim Roske)The women's Final Four will have a familiar feel to it with three of last year's teams back in the national semifinals.


  • US treasury secretary presses Beijing on technology curbs

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew speaks at the start of a meeting with Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang at the Zhongnanhai Leadership Compound in Beijing Monday, March 30, 2015. In the meeting Lew expressed "deep concern" about the curbs in proposed bank security and anti-terrorism rules. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein, Pool)BEIJING (AP) — U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew pressed Chinese leaders to suspend proposed curbs on foreign security technology and said a Beijing-led regional bank should work in partnership with existing institutions.


  • Tsipras seeks 'honest compromise' as Greece wrangles with creditors

    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addresses a parliament session in Athens on March 30, 2015Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he wanted an "honest compromise" as the cash-strapped country wrangled with eurozone creditors over a new package of reforms needed to unlock vital bailout funds. Experts from the IMF and the EU are scrutinising a list of reforms that Athens has proposed in its bid to get the creditors to release 7.2-billion euros ($7.8-billion) in loans. Greece's government says the reforms would help raise an extra three billion euros for its coffers without resorting to wage and pension cuts. "We're not there yet," European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas told reporters.


  • DeRozan scores 42, Raptors beat Rockets 99-96

    Toronto Raptors' DeMar DeRozan and Houston Rockets' Joey Dorsey battle for the ball during first half of an NBA basketball game in Toronto, Monday, March 30, 2015. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Frank Gunn)TORONTO (AP) — DeMar DeRozan and James Harden have been battling on the basketball court for more than a decade.


  • Asian stocks gain on economic data, China stimulus hopes

    FILE - This July 16, 2013 file photo shows a Wall Street street sign outside the New York Stock Exchange in New York. U.S. stocks are starting the week sharply higher Monday, March 30, 2015, led by energy companies. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)TOKYO (AP) — Asian stock markets climbed Tuesday, boosted by positive economic data from major economies and hopes for stimulus in China.


  • Indiana lawmakers try to quiet firestorm surrounding new law

    Indiana Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane, left, D-Anderson, and Indiana House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath, D-Michigan City, call for the repeal of the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act during a press conference at the Statehouse in Indianapolis, Monday, March 30, 2015. Republican legislative leaders say they are working on adding language to a new state law to make it clear that it doesn't allow discrimination against gays and lesbians. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Mike Pence called off public appearances Monday and sports officials planned an "Indy Welcomes All" campaign ahead of this weekend's NCAA Final Four in Indianapolis as lawmakers scrambled to quiet the firestorm over a new law that has much of the country portraying Indiana as a state of intolerance.


  • Report: Hawaii supervisor manipulated veterans' benefit data

    File - This June 9, 2014 file photo shows the outside of the Spark M. Matsunaga VA Medical Center in Honolulu. A supervisor at the Veterans Administration office in Honolulu was manipulating data to make it look like the agency was processing veterans' benefits claims faster than they actually were, according to a new report by the VA Office of Inspector General. (AP Photo/Oskar Garcia, File)HONOLULU (AP) — A supervisor at the Veterans Administration office in Honolulu was manipulating data to make it look like the agency was processing veterans' benefits claims faster it actually was, according to a new report by the VA Office of Inspector General.


  • UConn reaches 8th straight Final Four with win over Dayton

    Connecticut forward Breanna Stewart (30) shoots against Dayton during the second half of a regional final game in the NCAA women's college basketball tournament on Monday, March 30, 2015, in Albany, N.Y. UConn won 91-70. (AP Photo/Tim Roske)ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Getting to the Final Four never gets old for Geno Auriemma and his UConn Huskies.


  • US files appeal of judge's hold on immigration action WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department urged a federal appeals court Monday to reverse a hold a judge placed on President Barack Obama's immigration executive action.
  • Mexico double-transplant patient gets US humanitarian pass

    FILE - In this May 2, 2014, file photo, Jose Chua Lopez, left, holds hands with his mother, Myra Lopez Martinez, during a news conference in Hermosillo, Mexico. Family and friends raised thousands of dollars to send Jose Chua Lopez to the prestigious Mayo Clinic for an urgently needed heart and liver transplant. But the 20-year-old Mexican born with a heart defect has twice been turned down for a U.S. visa, and relatives and his doctor say his life is in danger. (AP Photo/El Imparcial) MANDATORY CREDIT MEXICO OUTMEXICO CITY (AP) — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security gave a 90-day humanitarian pass to a 20-year-old Mexican man seeking a double heart and liver transplant, his mother said Monday.


  • Selena's dad: Mixed feelings about fans marking star's death

    FILE - In this June 24, 2011, file photo, Abraham Quintanilla, the father of the late singer Selena, poses in front of an air brush work of art that a fan gave him after her death, hanging in the studio at Q Productions in Corpus Christi, Texas, where Selena made her last recording. Quintanilla said on Friday, March 27, 2015 that he remembers his daughter every day but he is happy that the world remembers Selena more than ever. (AP Photo/Paul Iverson, File)SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Twenty years after Selena's murder, the Latin world will remember "The Queen of Tejano" with concerts, lookalike contests, dances and a massive festival. But her father has mixed feelings about the celebrations.


  • Marathon bombing jurors see autopsy photos, prosecutors rest

    In this March 5, 2015 file courtroom sketch, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, center, is depicted between defense attorneys Miriam Conrad, left, and Judy Clarke, right, during his federal death penalty trial in Boston. Prosecutors rested their case against Tsarnaev on Monday, March 30, 2015, after jurors saw gruesome autopsy photos and heard a medical examiner describe the devastating injuries suffered by the three people who died in the 2013 terror attack. (AP Photo/Jane Flavell Collins, File)BOSTON (AP) — Prosecutors rested their case against Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Monday after jurors in his federal death penalty trial saw gruesome autopsy photos and heard a medical examiner describe the devastating injuries suffered by an 8-year-old boy killed in the 2013 terror attack.


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