Updates in the Aftermath of the Boston Marathon

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The Lede is following developments in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings that killed three people and wounded more than 280 others as more people have sought medical treatment in recent days. On Tuesday, funeral services were held for Sean Collier, the M.I.T. police officer who was shot and killed. Federal officials continue to investigate the bombings as the surviving suspect remains in a Boston hospital after being charged Monday for using a weapon of mass destruction. Auto-Refresh: ON Turn ON Refresh Now Feed Twitter 11:47 A.M. Private Funeral for Slain M.I.T. Police Officer As the Boston Globe reports, private funeral services were held Tuesday morning for M.I.T. police…

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