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Tsarnaev attorney tells jurors his client admits to Boston bombings
The question of why he did it, however, is where the defense disagrees. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was influenced by his brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, defense attorney Judy Clarke said.
Tsarnaev jury cuts across class, but not race
The jury chosen to decide the death penalty case against accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev includes 18 people from across the socioeconomic spectrum, but the group is almost exclusively white.
Boston bombing trial: Life or death
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is charged with killing three people and injuring 260 others at the Boston Marathon. Now he's fighting for his life, Alex Field reports.
Tsarnaev's connections: Who's who
Here are some of the names you might be hearing about as Dzhokhar Tsarnaev goes on trial in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
Timeline of the bombings, manhunt and aftermath
Two bombs struck near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, killing three people and injuring more than 250 others. A fourth person, an MIT police officer, was killed three days later during the manhunt for the bombing suspects.
Follow along with The 13th Juror
CNN's Ann O'Neill on what happened, what matters and what's next at the Boston Marathon terror trial.
Feds clear Ferguson officer
The Justice Department formally closed its investigation of Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson, declining to bring criminal charges for the killing of Michael Brown.
Justice Dept. echoes Ferguson residents' complaints
The Ferguson Police Department has demonstrated a pattern of racial discrimination, the Justice Department said Wednesday. But while some experts say the numbers alone tell only part of the story, the 102-page report merely reaffirmed many residents' beliefs.
Shots fired near NSA
Hours after gunfire rang out near the National Security Agency, the FBI said a suspect has been arrested for a series of shootings in the Washington-Baltimore area.
Ben Carson: Prisons prove being gay is a choice
Ben Carson says homosexuality is a choice because many people "go into prison straight -- and when they come out, they're gay."
MLB great outs daughter's cyberbullies
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling tracked down the people that cyberbullied his daughter on social media.
Navy's newest crew: 'The Three Presidents'
The U.S. Navy doesn't just do stuff "for fun," says the command master chief of the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, but what 30% of the ship's crew will be up to over the next year or so can at least be termed pretty cool. And it will certainly be unprecedented.
NYC schools to have Muslim holidays off
New York City public schools will now observe two Muslim holidays, officials announced Wednesday, making the district the biggest in the United States to add the religion's holy days to its calendar.
Alabama Supreme Court: No same-sex marriage
The Alabama Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered probate judges in the state to stop issuing licenses for same-sex marriages.
Obamacare on the line at SCOTUS
The future of health care in America is on the table -- and in serious jeopardy -- this morning in the Supreme Court.
Heat's Bosh out for season with blood clots
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh will miss at least the remainder of the season after developing blood clots on one of his lungs, the team announced Saturday.
Westbrook scores 4th straight triple-double
Russell Westbrook set career highs with 49 points and 16 rebounds, and added 10 assists for his fourth consecutive triple-double, helping the Oklahoma City Thunder defeat the Philadelphia 76ers 123-118 in overtime Wednesday night.
Sources: Peyton agrees to take $4M pay cut
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos have agreed on a new contract for the 2015 season in which the five-time NFL MVP will take a $4 million pay cut to provide more cash for the team to do business on the free-agent market.
Peterson says meeting with Vikings went well
Vikings coach Mike Zimmer and general manager Rick Spielman spent more than four hours at Adrian Peterson's home outside Houston on Wednesday afternoon, meeting with the 2012 NFL MVP to discuss his feelings about returning to Minnesota next season.
LeBron: Got to protect myself a little more
After being the recipient of a second flagrant foul in his past three games, Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James said he might have to take matters into his own hands in the future.
Report: Arbitrator to make Hamilton rehab call
The decision about whether Los Angeles Angels left fielder Josh Hamilton should enter rehabilitation will be made by an arbitrator after a four-person disciplinary committee deadlocked, a source told the Los Angeles Times.
Oregon St. starts 5 walk-ons, falls to Oregon
Oregon State coach Wayne Tinkle started five walk-ons Wednesday night in the final home game of the season, which the Beavers lost 65-62 to in-state rival Oregon.
Notre Dame gets hot late to put away L'ville
No. 12 Notre Dame pulls away from No. 16 Louisville 71-59
Steelers hope Polamalu retires, source says
The Pittsburgh Steelers hope Troy Polamalu retires so they are not forced to release him, a source close to the iconic safety told ESPN.com.
McHale incensed with non-call in loss to Griz
The Rockets were incensed at the officials' failure to call a foul after James Harden was slapped on both arms in the closing seconds of a 102-100 loss to the Grizzlies.
Dog daze: D-backs offer up churro creation
The Arizona Diamondbacks will try to top the success of last year's 18-inch bacon- and cheese-stuffed corn dog by offering a dessert.
Bills acquire QB Cassel in trade with Vikings
The Buffalo Bills continued their busy offseason Wednesday, agreeing to terms on a trade with the Minnesota Vikings for Matt Cassel.
Allen says he won't play in NBA this season
Ray Allen announced Wednesday that he will not play in the NBA this season and will re-examine his options next season.
Lauren Hill named to conference's first team
Former Mount St. Joseph women's basketball player Lauren Hill was named to the first team of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.