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Mourning the victims of the marathon bombings, President Obama spoke at a church service titled “Healing Our City” at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. He also praised the spirit of the city.

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Frank Sinatra is making the journey to his final resting place.

Family members will lay him to rest in a private burial service at a Palm Springs cemetery on Wednesday.

Earlier hundreds of friends attended a private mass for the star at a church in Beverly Hills.

Family, friends and colleagues of the late Frank Sinatra have bid a final farewell.

Big name Hollywood stars, many former colleagues of Sinatra, were among the 400 family and friends who packed the Good Shepherd Roman Catholic church in Hollywood.

The service lasted about two hours.

Mourners filed out of the church, many still overcome with grief as they comforted each other.

They then watched in silence as the elaborate casket carrying the body of Frank Sinatra and blanketed in red and white gardenias was carried out.

Sinatra’s widow, Barbara, his three children and other family members are now accompanying his casket to the Palm Springs area.

The interment site at Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City is where his mother, Natalie “Dolly” Sinatra, and father, Anthony Martin Sinatra, are buried.

Sinatra died last Thursday from heart failure.

He was 82.

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North Carolina’s first same-sex marriage takes place in Raleigh, NC.

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Wake County Deputy Sheriff Chad Biggs and his partner Chris Creech exchanged vows as they are married at the Wake County Courthouse in Raleigh, N.C. Friday, October 10, 2014. Video by Chuck Liddy, [email protected]