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April 29th, 2013
09:07 PM ET

FBI searches Boston bomb suspects' home for clues

Authorities tracing the suspects' activities in the weeks before the bombing are focusing on the Tsarnaev brothers' home in Cambridge.

If, as suspected, the brothers planned the marathon bombings in that apartment, did they leave behind any evidence, and did anyone help them?

Paula Newton is OutFront tonight from Cambridge where neighbors have questions of their own.


Filed under: Boston Marathon Explosion • News
April 29th, 2013
08:59 PM ET

Female DNA found on bomb in Boston attack

Investigators have found female DNA on at least one of the bombs used in the Boston attacks.

Boston probe eyes slain Canadian jihadist, source says

What exactly does that mean?

Our Susan Candiotti has story.


Filed under: Boston Marathon Explosion • News
April 29th, 2013
08:45 PM ET

"Misha" denies radicalizing Boston bombing suspects

Tamerlan Tsarnaev's uncle told CNN right after the bombings that a man named "Misha" is the person who quote "brainwashed" his nephew into radicalism.

Today, a U.S. government official told CNN that the FBI has interviewed a Rhode Island man named "Misha" about his links to the Tsarnaev family.

OutFront is the reporter who found and spoke to "Misha": Christian Caryl from the New York Review of Books.


Filed under: Boston Marathon Explosion • News
April 29th, 2013
08:29 PM ET

The "Black widows" of Dagestan: Female suicide bombers on the rise in Russian republics

As the Boston bombing investigation focuses on the Tsarnaev brothers' possible terror ties to Dagestan and neighboring Chechnya, one disturbing trend in that part of the world is the rise of women suicide bombers.

They're known as "black widows" and named that way because many are wives of insurgents killed by government forces.

Nic Robertson is in Dagestan with our OutFront investigation.


Filed under: International • News
April 29th, 2013
08:21 PM ET

Boston bombing sparks privacy vs. security debate

Prosecutors building their case against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are relying on a critical piece of evidence: surveillance cameras.

While these eyes in the sky provided key intelligence that led to the suspects being identified - they're also part of a larger debate that's pitting public safety against your privacy.

Bombings pit privacy vs. protection

Our Tom Foreman is OutFront with the story.