News Headlines - 17 April 2013

Video Points Investigators Toward Suspect in Boston Bombings - NYTimes.com

In the first major break in the hunt for the Boston Marathon bomber, F.B.I. personnel on Wednesday found security video clips that showed a man they believe may have played a role in planting the explosives that killed three people and injured more than 170 on Monday.

Drive for Gun Control Blocked in Senate - NYTimes.com

A wrenching national search for solutions to the violence that left 20 children dead in Newtown, Conn., all but ended Wednesday after the Senate defeated several measures to expand gun control.

Pentagon to Boost Presence in Jordan - WSJ.com

The U.S. will send an Army command team to Jordan to work with Jordanian forces, increasing the number of American forces on the Syrian border, defense officials said.

Reinhart-Rogoff Acknowledge Mistake in 2010 Paper Cited by Ryan - Businessweek

Harvard University economists Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff acknowledged today that they had made a mistake in a 2010 paper that has been used to justify fiscal consolidation in the U.S. and Europe, while arguing that the error didn’t change the basic findings of their research.

Fed and Bank of Japan caused gold crash - Telegraph

Commodity prices have been falling since September, culminating in a rout over the past two weeks. That is a classic warning for the global economy.








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