Marathon Bombing: The accused Boston Marathon bomber made his first appearance in court Wednesday, pleading not guilty to 30 federal charges. The New York Times reports that if he is found guilty, the alleged bomber could face life in prison or even the death penalty.
Found: A search in southern California for an 11-year-old boy ended when authorities found a body buried on the family's property. The Los Angeles Times reports that a teenage family member has been arrested in connection in the boy's death.
Unrest: Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi is being held in a safe place and in a "very dignified manner," according to a report by the BBC. Meanwhile, arrest warrants have been issued for the head of the Muslim Brotherhood and nine senior leaders.
Quebec: The deadly train wreck in Quebec that left 50 people dead or missing is believed to be caused by a failure of the airbrakes after an engine fire. Reuters reports that the train company has acknowledged that the engineer did not apply enough brakes, failing to comply with regulations.