Boston Marathon Explosions
Three more suspects were taken into custody in the Boston Marathon bombing case, including two college friends of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who came to the U.S. from Kazakhstan, officials said Wednesday.
The Boston Marathon bombing was the first major terror attack on American soil in the digital age of smartphones and social networks, creating a virtual manhunt and citizen journalists.
Delaware Senator Chris Coons said, “Those who are here who would do us harm, to make possible for law enforcement to focus on them, find them and deport them.”
The Worcester Volunteer Fire Department has announced that it will be accepting donation for Boston bombing victims during their 13th annual 5k run.
A 19-year-old Massachusetts college student wanted in the Boston Marathon bombing was captured hiding out in a boat parked in a backyard Friday.
It was strategic, on Patriot’s Day, at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Three people were killed, more than 150 wounded.
The FBI is at the northern New Jersey home of the sister of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.
The issue of security is certainly in the forefront following Monday’s tragic events at the Boston Marathon.
The FBI has released photos of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings and is asking for the public’s help in identifying them.
Lu was killed Monday in the Boston Marathon explosions, according to a statement from Boston University. She was a graduate student studying mathematics and statistics and scheduled to receive her graduate degree in 2015.
Two days after their second-to-last regular season game had been canceled because of the bombings at the Boston Marathon, the Pacers returned home to face Philadelphia in their regular season finale.
Many people are anxiously awaiting the arrest of the person or persons involved in the Boston Marathon attacks, especially those who participated in it.
A local member of congress suggests no one jump to conclusions in the wake of Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon, paired with new discoveries of tainted mail sent to President Obama and elected officials in Washington.
Jonathan Papelbon says that things like the Boston Marathon explosions, along with more gun regulations, make his job scarier.
In a years-old security bulletin, the government warned people not to use cell phones when pressure cooker bombs are suspected because it could trigger an explosion.