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Lufthansa says the note was found in emails that Andreas Lubitz sent. . . more
Mike Pence said Tuesday that he wants legislation on his desk by the end of the week to clarify that a new religious-freedom law does not allow discrimination. . . more
ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Nigerian opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari's campaign says President Goodluck Jonathan called to concede defeat, paving the way for a peaceful transfer of power in Africa's richest and most populous nation. . . more
WASHINGTON (AP) — A prisoner being treated at a northern Virginia hospital wrestled with a guard Tuesday and took her gun before escaping in a hospital gown and fleeing in a carjacked vehicle, police said. The prisoner was captured hours later in nearby Washington. . . more
Diplomats wrap up six days of marathon nuclear talks with mixed results. . . more
A host of political luminaries attended the dedication Monday of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute on Columbia Point, right next to the presidential library of Teddy’s older brother, President John F. Kennedy. . . more
By Scott Malone and Elizabeth Barber BOSTON (Reuters) - Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's older brother, Tamerlan, researched radio transmitters, fireworks and gun stores in the weeks leading up to the 2013 attack that killed three people, a computer expert testified for the defense on Tuesday. Lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 21, on Tuesday called digital forensics expert Mark Spencer, who testified about data found on three computers owned by the Tsarnaev brothers. The computer belonging to Tamerlan, who died four days after the April 15, 2013, attack, which also injured 264 people, showed searches for information on radio transmitters and receivers and on Ruger P95 handguns. Under cross-examination by federal prosecutors, Spencer acknowledged that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's laptop showed Internet searchers for the phrase "the call of jihad" four days before the bombing. . . more
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New Jersey elementary school was evacuated on Tuesday after reports of an armed intruder on the grounds, law enforcement officials said. Police and SWAT teams converged on Village Elementary School in Holmdel Township, about 40 miles (64 km) south of New York City, just after noon local time and searched for a gunman, said Charles Webster, a spokesman with the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office. No shots were reported fired and no one was injured, Webster said. (Reporting by Laila Kearney; Editing by Barbara Goldberg and Chizu Nomiyama) . . more
U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday vetoed a measure by Republicans in Congress that would have blocked a government labor agency's rules designed to speed up the time it takes to unionize workers. The rules would shorten the period between a union filing a petition to represent workers and an election, from the current median of 38 days to as little as 14 days. Employers would be required to share workers' names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses with unions. The National Labor Relations Board adopted the rules last year and they are set to take effect April 14. . . more
The mother of accused Colorado theater gunman James Holmes says in a new book that she prays for her son’s victims daily, even calling out the deceased by name. “The first time I prayed for them by name and by wound, I was shaking, overcome,” Arlene Holmes writes. . . more
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Two men dressed as women smashed a stolen car into a police vehicle, prompting officers to open fire. . . more
Scott Walker is worried. He’s worried about America. He’s worried about his kids and his grandchildren, and everyone else’s. He’s worried about Islamic radicalism. He’s worried about too many people being on food stamps. . . more
It’s official: Comedy Central has announced that Trevor Noah will succeed Jon Stewart as the next host of “The Daily Show.” . . more
One man is dead and another "severely injured" after the incident at NSA headquarters. . . more
JERUSALEM (AP) — Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was convicted Monday of unlawfully accepting money from a U.S. supporter in a retrial on corruption charges, the latest chapter in the downfall of a man who only years earlier hoped to lead the country to a historic peace agreement with the Palestinians. . . more
Officials consider the possibility that someone may have improperly tapped a gas line serving one of the buildings. . . more


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