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Friday, April 27, 2012
Bruins' Tyler Seguin is dumped by Washington Capitals' Joel Ward (42) during the third period of Washington's 4-3 win in Game 5. (AP)

Racist Tweets Mar Capitals-Bruins Play Off Series

Joel Ward of the Washington Capitals scored the winning goal of Game 7 against the Bruins Wednesday night, which knocked the Bruins out the play-offs.

Week In Review: House Passes Budget, Brown And Warren Release Taxes

The House passed a $32 billion budget, a state-commisioned study showed more poor students receive special education, and Congress federal students loan rates on the low side.

Democrat Elizabeth Warren speaks at her campaign headquarters in Somerville, Mass. in February. Sen. Scott Brown responds to reporters after voting on the JOBS acting in March. (AP Photos)

Making Science Toys At Home

Christina “Mrs. Nic” Nicolson demonstrates two of her homemade creations: the Pulsar Toothbrush Robot (PTR III) and an advanced kazoo.

One of Ms. Nic's pupils with a homemade flying toy. (Photo Courtesy)

Falmouth-Born Poet Wins 2012 Pulitzer Prize

Tracy K. Smith is the winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry. She won the award on her 40th birthday, for her third collection of published poetry, “Life on Mars”.

Tracy K. Smith poses in her Brooklyn apartment after winning the Pulitzer Prize for poetry her poetry collection "Life on Mars," in April, 2012 in New York. (AP/Jason DeCrow)

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