Boston Marathon bombing suspects may have had help making the bombs

It was a sophisticated attack with sophisticated devices. Authorities quickly identified the Boston bombing suspects, but almost immediately after Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed during the manhunt for the perpetrators and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was captured, investigators privately questioned if more people were involved.

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IRS suggests dropping casino winnings threshold to $600

An IRS proposal released this week suggests the reporting rules for winnings from gambling on slots, keno and bingo be reduced from $1,200 to $600. The agency set a 90-day period for the casino industry to respond to the suggested regulation changes.

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3 Ferguson city employees fired over racist emails

Ferguson, Missouri, has fired three city employees and is pursuing a range of other reforms in an effort to negotiate a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department after a federal investigation accused the city of illegal practices targeting African-Americans, the mayor said on Friday.

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Gun-free zones put innocent in danger

Would you post a sign announcing that your home is a gun-free zone? Would you feel safer? Criminals don’t obey these signs. In fact, to criminals, gun-free zones look like easy targets.

One Senate bill targets violence against women

When I was in my early 20s, I was still getting my life together. I had only recently gathered the courage and the resources to leave an extremely abusive relationship. I didn’t know when I drove home from work one day that I would be badly beaten in broad daylight right outside of my apartment. I didn’t know that despite having a temporary protective order in place, I would become one of the three in 10 women who are beaten, coerced into sex or otherwise abused during her lifetime. I didn’t know how lucky I was that a gun wasn’t around.

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Dining Pick of the Week: Rachel’s Kitchen

Rachel’s Kitchen is a local franchise with humble beginnings. The culinary brainchild of Debbie Sofer Roxarzade, it is named for her daughter Rachel and started with the first location in Summerlin in 2006. Since then, Rachel’s Kitchen has grown to seven Las Vegas Valley restaurants, including the Centennial Hills location.

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Dining Pick of the Week: Rachel’s Kitchen

Rachel’s Kitchen is a local franchise with humble beginnings. The culinary brainchild of Debbie Sofer Roxarzade, it is named for her daughter Rachel and started with the first location in Summerlin in 2006. Since then, Rachel’s Kitchen has grown to seven Las Vegas Valley restaurants, including the Centennial Hills location.