Granite State runners and supporters who were at the Boston Marathon are recalling the fear and shock they experienced during the bombings. Ken Madden of Candia tells the “New Hampshire Union Leader” he heard an explosion, which he thought was a ceremonial cannon at first. He says then he saw many people “blown off their feet” and someone came up the street “with his clothes all ripped and covered in blood.” Strafford native Lindsey Mason told the paper after running in the marathon she took the Orange Line home and “the T was in such chaos, everyone was scared.”
Nearly three-quarters of the public think religion is losing influence in American life, according to a poll released on Monday.
Bosses at the E! network have confirmed they plan to revive the series in January.
The "Pulp Fiction" star is rounding up his celebrity friends to raise money for the cancer charity One For The Boys.
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