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<p>A six-quart pressure cooker can function as a housing for an IED.</p>

Boston Bombs Made With Pressure Cookers

April 16, 2013
The two explosive devices that killed three people and wounded more than 170 at the Boston Marathon were likely pressure-cooker bombs similar to those used in Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan.
<p>Photo by Paul Clinton.</p>

NYPD Steps Up Security Following Boston Bombings

April 16, 2013
In the hours following the explosions at the Boston Marathon, the NYPD increased security of hotels, transportation systems, and other vital infrastructure.
<p>Screenshot via CBS News.</p>

Boston Bombing Investigators Say Only Two Devices, No One in Custody

April 16, 2013
Boston Police Commissioner Edwin Davis said the area of the bombing had been swept twice by explosive ordnance teams before the bombing.

Feds Charge Veterans Affairs Police Chief In Kidnapping Conspiracy

April 15, 2013
The FBI has arrested the police chief for a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Massachusetts and a former librarian for allegedly plotting to kidnap, torture, rape, and kill women and children.

2 Women Shot at Va. Community College

April 15, 2013
A gunman opened fire Friday on a satellite campus of the New River Community College in Christiansburg, Va., wounding two women. The suspect was apprehended by an off-duty security guard and two police officers about five minutes after the incident started.

Video: Boston Marathon Bombing Kills 3, Injures 134

April 15, 2013
Two explosions rocked the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday afternoon, killing three and injuring 134 others including a police officer. A 20-year-old Saudi Arabian suspect with severe burns is being guarded at a local hospital.
<p>Screenshot via KFLY.</p>

La. Assistant Warden Killed In Rainy Wreck

April 15, 2013
An Opelousas (La.) Police assistant warden died when her vehicle left a rain-soaked roadway on her way to work a 12-hour shift early Sunday. Peggy Sylvester, 55, was attempting to pass a vehicle, when she lost control of her department SUV on Highway 31.

Video: Colo. Knife Standoff Ends Peacefully

April 15, 2013
A burglary suspect surrendered peacefully Saturday, after a standoff with Denver Police officers in which the man held a knife to his own neck.
<p>Screenshot via WBNS.</p>

Ohio Chief Who Ate Pot-Laced Cake Thought He Was Dying

April 15, 2013
Laurelville Police Chief Mike Berkemeier told WBNS, "I thought I was dying," after eating an entire cake laced with hash oil (a concentrated form of THC) that had been left in his kitchen by his younger daughter's friend.
<p>Screenshot via YouTube.</p>

Fla. Sgt. Fired for Offering Trayvon Martin Target

April 15, 2013
Port Canaveral Police Sgt. Ron King, a two-year veteran of the force, attempted to defend his actions in a YouTube video posted Saturday. In the video, King said he wanted "to use a bad situation as a learning tool."
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