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ABC’s ‘Castle’ Reschedules Bombing-Centric Episode

In spite of the horrific events which took place in Boston this week over the marathon bombings, the only major shift triggered in broadcast primetime was that of NBC's newest 'Revolution' episode, pushed back a week for its bomb-themed content and to air additional news coverage. Now, ABC's 'Castle' has opted to re-schedule an upcoming episode with a bomb inherent to its plot, but what will air instead?

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Conflicting Reports Regarding a Possible Arrest in Boston Bombings [UPDATED]

2:45 p.m. (EST): The Boston Police Department has announced that "there has not been an arrest in the Marathon attack." Investigations are ongoing.

2:35 p.m.: CNN is retracting their previous report that an arrest has been made in the Boston Marathon bombings. Other sources are reporting that officials are close to identifying a suspect after reviewing area surveillance video, but no arrests have been made.

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Yankees Play ‘Sweet Caroline’ to Honor Boston After Marathon Bombings

Baseball's most storied rivalry was put on hold for a moment on Tuesday. In a show of class and support, the New York Yankees joined other big league teams in playing Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline' after the third inning of their game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night. The song is traditionally played as a sing-a-long at Boston's Fenway Park

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Why I Won’t Discuss the Boston Marathon Tragedy

Kids, I think we all are a little taken aback by what happened yesterday afternoon in Boston.  I heard about it a little after it happened Monday afternoon, and I wrestled with myself about it all afternoon.  But I made a decision.

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Photo Shows 8-Year-Old Boston Victim With ‘No More Hurting People’ Sign

A heart-wrenching photo of 8-year-old Martin Richard, who was killed in the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday, shows the boy holding a hand-drawn sign that says, "No more hurting people. Peace."

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How to Talk to Kids in Wake of Boston Marathon Tragedy

As a parent, the hardest part of coping with any tragedy—be it a national or personal one—is finding the words to explain the unexplainable to your children, society's most innocent members.

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How Newspaper Front Pages Covered the Boston Bombings

Yesterday's twin bombings at the Boston Marathon dominated the front pages of newspapers everywhere. We gathered a few from the Newseum for you to take a look at how various publications across the country shared the story.

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Boston Marathon Runners Don’t Let Terror Attack Stop Their Wedding

Robert Watling and Kelli Johnston are a speedy pair. In fact, Watling proposed to Johnston last October after they completed the Chicago Marathon, which was one of the many 26.2 mile races the couple had completed together.

Given their shared history of racing together -- their first date was a 5K race -- getting married after the Boston Marathon seemed like the natural thing to do.

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Former Patriots’ Guard Joe Andruzzi Rescued Boston Marathon Explosion Victims

After playing for the New England Patriots from 2000 to 2004, guard Joe Andruzzi was already loved in Boston, but now he's a certified hero. After yesterday's deadly explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, Andruzzi, who was at the scene as an observer hosting an event for his cancer foundation, left no doubt that he's an even larger star off the field than he was on it

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Boston Marathon Explosions: How You Can Help

Three people were killed and more than 100 injured on Monday afternoon when two explosions went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Rescue organizations have gathered to help and at the the tragic scene, but how can you help?

The Huffington Post has put together a helpful list of ways:

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