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The Pulse: The Anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombing

In Tuesday's edition of "The Pulse," the victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing were remembered in tributes and ceremonies on the anniversary of the event.
In Tuesday's edition of "The Pulse," the victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing were remembered in tributes and ceremonies on the anniversary of the event.

The anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing. It was a day of tributes to those killed and maimed when two pressure-cooker bombs exploded at the marathon in 2013. The bombs killed 3 people and injured more than 260 others.
"We will never yield. We will never cower," Vice President Joe Biden said at a ceremony. "America will never, ever, ever stand down. We are Boston. We are America. We respond. We endure. We overcome and we own the finish line."
In Boston, a moment of silence was observed at 2:49 p.m. local time, the moment the first bomb exploded.

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