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The Boston Marathon began with 26 seconds of silence for the victims of the Sandy Hook shootings and a little more than two hours later, lead runners passed through the last mile marker while was decorated with the seal of Newtown, Connecticut, and dedicated to the memory of the 20 children and six adults killed on December 14.

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The Boston Marathon is the oldest annual marathon in the world and dates back to 1897, when it first ran after inspiration from the 1896 Olympics event.

Scientists are beginning to close in on pioneering transplants of synthetic kidneys

Pioneering scientists grow rat's kidney in lab - and hope it will lead to breakthrough for human organ transplants

A synthetic kidney made from a patient’s own skin cells might soon be ready for the first human transplant following the creation of a similar artificial organ in laboratory animals, scientists said today.

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The American Berlin-based artist brings her first solo exhibition to the UK

Cruel draw leaves Animal at the mercy of Hunter's

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Barack Obama shakes hands with US Secret Service agent Julia Pierson after she is sworn in as the first woman Director of the Secret Service

US President Barack Obama appoints first female chief of Secret Service

The agency was damaged by the Cartagena scandal, when agents had availed of prostitutes

World of Warcraft maker Blizzard announces new digital card game Hearthstone

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Tommy Smith: Jockey involved in one of the greatest finishes to the Grand National

The amateur jockey Tommy Smith became the first American to win the Grand National on a horse born, bred and owned in the United States – the plucky eight-year-old Jay Trump – in a dramatic finish in 1965. Jockey and horse became legends in the US for a race memorable not only for one of the closest finishes in its history but for the fact that it looked like being the last Grand National, since the Aintree course was up for sale to property developers.

Record numbers of students from the UK are now studying in the US

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US universities are embracing a once-in-a-generation opportunity to attract British students

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Despite countless varieties many Britons like their baked beans too much to experiment

There’s more to beanz than Heinz

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Out of America: US sports teams are dropping Native Indian-inspired names that are viewed as racist

Five-Minute Memoir: Jessica Fox remembers her quiet, reserved grandfather

The most vivid memory I have of my grandfather – Zayda, in Yiddish – is his silence. Not a cold reticence; he was just a quiet and reserved man, and though my six-year-old brain may have been imagining it, I felt his lack of words both calm and loving.

Space probe could be sent to Jupiter's moon Europa as Nasa scientist says it is the most likely place to find life

Orbiting probe around Jupiter could be launched in 2021 or 2022 and could reach the giant planet within six years

A digger in Boston, Massachusets, clears snow from the treacherous streets

In America, east coast residents begin fighting snow left behind by Nemo

At least eight deaths were blamed on the storm

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