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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was charged with 30 counts, and he's expected to be found guilty of most of them. The defense said there would have been no attack if it hadn't been for his older brother, Tamerlan.
Duke won another men's college basketball championship Monday night in Indianapolis. The Blue Devils beat the Wisconsin Badgers 68-63. It was the school's 5th men's title under coach Mike Krzyzewski.
Romney landed near the top of 11.5 million entries in ESPN's Tournament Challenge. He had a perfect Final Four — finally beating President Obama, who, by the way, had Kentucky winning it all.
When it started to rain, the retractable roof was open at Marlins Park. It didn't close right away. The baseball team did not have a tarp to cover the field because they rely on the roof closing.
NPR's Alan Cheuse reviews the new novel by crime writer Jo Nesbo, Blood On Snow.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with high-wire acrobat Nik Wallenda about his grandmother Jenny Wallenda and her life in the family circus troupe, the "Flying Wallendas." She died Saturday at the age of 87.