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updated 4/24/2013 8:47:41 AM ET 2013-04-24T12:47:41

The Morning Joe headlines for Wednesday, April 24, 2013: Boston suspect's next stop could be lockup; airport delays; and a retiring Max Baucus.

Here are the headlines we’re looking at this morning. What are you reading?

Boston Suspects Are Seen as Self-Taught and Fueled by Web

Martin Richard, 8-Year-Old Boston Bombing Victim, Laid to Rest

Police, governor also honor slain MIT officer

Bomb suspect’s next stop could be lockup

Russia contacted contacted US government ‘multiple’ times on concerns about alleged Boston Marathon bomber

The FBI’s Boston File

Mom of bombing suspects: ‘My sons were innocent’ and were targeted because they’re Muslim

Pew poll: Most Expect ‘Occasional Acts of Terrorism’ in the Future

Napolitano: ‘We Will Learn Lessons’ From Boston Attack

Focus Shifts in Ricin Case as Charges Are Dropped

Sen. Toomey: White House Wants Flight Delays

Washington Examiner: Doing less with more: President Obama’s manufactured airport delays

Washington Post: Sequestration is playing havoc with air travel

Max Baucus to retire from Senate

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