Approximately 5:20 p.m. ET on Thursday: The FBI releases images of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings. Suspect No. 1 is wearing a black hat, and suspect No. 2 is wearing a white hat. The FBI urges people to call in with any information.
Originally published on Fri April 19, 2013 11:33 am
Alarmed by a nation that increasingly equates fresh with healthy, the frozen food industry has a message for you.
"What we call fresh in the supermarket is really better termed raw," says Kristin Reimers, a registered dietitian and manager of nutrition for ConAgra Foods. "A lot of times, those vegetables have been transported for days, and then sit. It could be a matter of weeks between when they're picked and consumed."
An international dream team of flu experts assembled in China today.
Underscoring the urgency that public health agencies feel about the emergence of a new kind of bird flu, the team is headed by Dr. Keiji Fukuda, the World Health Organization's top influenza scientist.
Before he left Geneva, Fukuda explained the wide-open nature of the investigation in an interview with NPR.
Police officers guard the entrance to Franklin Street in Watertown, Mass., where Boston Police say they have captured the second suspect in the marathon bombings.
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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the subject of the manhunt in Boston, in a photo released by the FBI. He's a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
The Boston Regional Intelligence Center early Friday released this wanted poster showing Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, one of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings. He survived and firefight with police and was on the run.