Lawyers for alleged Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev said Tuesday no more defense witnesses would be called to testify in his trial. "That is all the witnesses that the defense will present," lawyer Tim Watkins informed the court after the testimony of an FBI fingerprint expert called for the defense. Tsarnaev, 21, could face the death penalty if convicted for the April 2013 attacks on the Boston Marathon which left three people dead and wounded 264.
U.S. stocks moved lower in afternoon trading Tuesday, as traders seized on the final day of the quarter to do some profit-taking. Industrial and health care stocks were among the biggest decliners. Oil prices extended their slide. Investors weighed positive economic data on housing and consumers with concerns over the possibility of a deeper slide in oil prices.