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AP: 10 Things to Know Today
Here are the top 10 stories from the Associated Press for Thursday, March 5 including graphic testimony from the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, Hillary Clinton says she is fine with letting investigators see her e-mails, the U.S. ambassador to Korea is slashed during a speech, and the discovery of a jawbone may help scientists understand what early humans looked like. Read more…