Feds Race to Trace Boston Marathon Pressure Cooker Bomb

Bombers who killed three people at the Boston Marathon Monday used a pressure cooker pot that's widely available for as little as $140 from major retail stores to house at least one of the explosives, officials told ABC News. Investigators said Tuesday they had recovered a mangled Fagor brand pressure cooker pot, shrapnel, a circuit board and wiring from what they said was a partially exploded device near the finish line. The evidence has been sent to FBI's lab in Quantico, Virginia, where law...Full Story
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