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  • Police parade to honor slain MIT officer, others

    A police parade on Aquidneck Island will honor an MIT campus officer allegedly slain by the men who bombed the Boston Marathon, as well as an MBTA officer injured during a shootout with the suspects.

  • Meb Keflezighi, of San Diego, Calif., becomes emotional after winning the 118th Boston Marathon, Monday, April 21, 2014, in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

    Marathon men's winner has names of victims on bib

    The winner of the Boston Marathon men's race had the names of last year's victims written in marker on the corners of his race bib.

  • Mount Edgecumbe team works on UAV project

    The Mount Edgecumbe InvenTeam has prototypes and a pilot ready for their UAV search and rescue project, but the group still has some work to do before their invention makes its way into the equipment arsenal of Sitka Mountain Rescue.

  • FILE - In this Sept. 27, 2013, file photo, MNsure insurance exchange representatives Carlos Villanueva, left, and Emily Joyce prepare for the Oct. 1 open enrollment debut at the center in St. Paul, Minn. The federal government hasn’t released comprehensive data on how many people have signed up for health insurance in the 36 states using federally run exchanges, and in the 14 states running their own exchanges, lack of enrollment numbers also makes it hard to say if Obamacare is a success. (AP Photo/Jim Mone, File)

    Report: Obamacare may increase use of emergency rooms

    By urging states to expand Medicaid, Obamacare may actually increase the number of people who will get medical care from emergency rooms, according to a new report Thursday that counters previous Obama administration claims that the Affordable Care Act would stem the need for emergency visits.

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