Topic: David Murphy
A student from Kazakhstan, allowed to return to the US in January without a valid student visa, is accused of hiding evidence in the Boston Marathon bombing case. On Thursday, Customs and Border Protection ordered new checks for student visas.
A funeral home in Worcester Mass., is handling the arrangements for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarvaev. A burial site has been difficult to find, and the funeral home director has faced protesters.
Wii 2, Project Cafe, or whatever the successor to the hyper-popular Wii is called, will go on sale in 2012, Nintendo announced this week.
Senegal is hosting the World Festival of Black Arts and Culture for the first time since 1966, when it showed potential for significant growth. Today, the president says, 'it's time to believe again.'