Boston Marathon Bombings
Memorial Day programming at the National Constitution Center included an opportunity for some patriotic karaoke — and a group of grade school students turned out to be “Boston Strong.”
Commissioner Edward Davis shared his personal account of that deadly and dreadful day, during a talk at the annual convention of the International Association of Chiefs of Police
Bring yourself to the game. Leave the cooler and backpack at home.
Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman and his rescuer, Carlos Arredondo, are being honored at Fenway Park.
Psychologist Dr. Sue Cornbluth, a Temple University professor, say the unexpected tragedy in central Oklahoma is difficult to comprehend, even for adults.
Officials say there will be an increased police and emergency personnel presence. Cameras will be scanning the crowd and course.
New York City officials say the Boston Marathon bombing suspects intended to blow up their remaining explosives in Times Square.
The mayor says it will show unified support for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings and raise awareness of the “One Fund Boston.”
Phillies utility man Laynce Nix is getting special bats made to auction off and raise money for the town of West, Texas.
Former federal prosecutor Lauren Ouziel, now teaching national security law at Villanova, dismisses calls for military jurisdiction in the case.
Rob Axelrod, of Ambler, Pa., has been going to Boston for technology conferences for the last 14 years, and is thankful he was merely inconvenienced this time.
Mass transportation to and from the Boston area is virtually shut down Friday morning, with the exception of airplanes, which continue to take off and land at Logan International Airport.
Two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing killed an MIT police officer, injured a transit officer in a firefight and threw explosive devices at police during their getaway attempt in a long night of violence that left one of them dead and another still at large Friday, authorities said as the manhunt intensified for a young man described as a dangerous terrorist.
“The best scams out there leave people thinking they’ve done just fine,” notes Pennsylvania senior deputy attorney general Michael Foerster. He says that’s why donors should do some research first.
Jonathan Papelbon says that things like the Boston Marathon explosions, along with more gun regulations, make his job scarier.