The family of a teenager who almost lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings has started a fund to help others at risk of losing limbs.
Chris discusses some supermarket and pharmacy’s decision not sell this month’s issue of Rolling Stone, Jimmy Carter’s issue with race, and Philadelphia Council President Darrell Clarke’s idea to use additional sale tax revenue for employee pensions.
Chris details the attack of a British soldier yesterday in London and restaurants in New Jersey selling lower quality alcohol as top label products. He talks to foreign policy expert Ed Turzanski about Americans being killed by drones, Mark Meckler, the President of Citizens for Self-Governance and attorney Todd Graves about the IRS investigating political groups, and CBS 3′s Chris May about a fundraiser for the victims of the Moore, OK tornado.
The Boston Celtics will play at the TD Garden for the first time Friday night since the events of the Boston Marathon.
Security will be beefed up at the New Jersey Marathon next month and all bags will be banned for spectators at the start and finish lines because of the Boston Marathon bombings, organizers said Friday.
New York City officials say the Boston Marathon bombing suspects intended to blow up their remaining explosives in Times Square.
Canines have a natural gift to seek out the suffering and do what they do best: comfort and show affection unconditionally. That’s why therapy dogs have been in Boston this week…and Newtown, CT since December.
As of Friday afternoon, just over 1,000 people had been “invited” to partake, with 832 who said they were “going.”
He also said the older brother, Tamerlan, had become a devout Muslim about seven or eight years ago.
Secretary of the Commonwealth Carol Aichele says they have “reports from online industry sites of more than 125 online domain names related to the bombing being registered since Monday, as well as a number of Twitter accounts.”
Chris gives updates on the fertilizer plant explosion in Texas and discusses the failure of the Toomey-Manchin compromise to pass in the Senate, as well as, CNN’s wrongly reporting an arrest in the case of the Boston Marathon bombing. He talks to David Keene, the President of the NRA, J.D. Mullane from the Bucks County Courier Times, former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino, and body language expert, Dr. Lillian Glass.
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.
Just days after the Boston Marathon explosions, a Philadelphia group is organizing a citywide event to show support.
Chris discusses the latest news from Boston after the bombing attack on Monday and Planned Parenthood inviting Gloria Steinem to Philadelphia. He talks to former Eagle Brian Dawkins and Nick Keller from Beyond Sport, Jeffrey Lord from the American Spectator, Tom McGrath from the Philly Post, and Actress Roma Downey, who plays Mary in the Bible Series on the History Channel.
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.