At least one police officer was killed, another is in serious condition as law enforcement found the two men believed to be behind the Boston Marathon terrorist attacks. The first man, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, is believed to be dead, but Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is at large and the subject of a massive manhunt.
Since 1991, the Ig Nobel prizes have been awarded, tongue firmly in cheek, to researchers whose work "first makes you laugh, then makes you think." The theme of this year's Ig Nobel ceremony? Food. And with that, we have this review of the Ig Nobel Cookbook, Volume I.
The World's Marco Werman introduces us to the music of The Kominas. The group's two members are from Boston, the children of Pakistani immigrants. Their new album is called, "Wild Nights in Guantanamo Bay."
Award-winning British author Hilary Mantel has caused a firestorm in Britain with comments she made about Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. The World's Alex Gallafent reports on the context in which Mantel's words were framed.
Humanitarian aid groups all over the world are struggling to cope with back-to-back disasters in China and Myanmar, and The World's Julia Kumari Drapkin reports on how they decide where to focus their efforts.
Waking up to discover that someone you thought you knew. may have done something unimaginable is a jarring experience, but it's what happened this morning all over Cambridge, Massachusetts, where the two suspects in Monday's Boston Marathon bombing lived.