Twin blasts near the finish line kill three people and leave scores injured. A tense investigation and manhunt yields two suspects, brothers, one of whom is killed in a firefight that leaves an MIT police officer dead. The other suspect is found and taken into custody.
A joint report by inspectors general of various intelligence and other federal agencies says the FBI's investigation of suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev should have been more thorough.
Months before the Boston Marathon bombings, the older Tsarnaev brother signed forms to legally change his first name in tribute to a slain rebel from Russia's Dagestan republic.
Florida prosecutor says the agent acted in self-defense in killing Ibragim Todashev, a friend of Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
The world on Thursday celebrated the United Nations-sponsoredInternational Day of Happiness by dancing to the ubiquitous, infectiously upbeat tune, "Happy," by Pharrell Williams, who is the face of the second annual celebration established by the General Assembly. The music, and the...
There are five well-known stages of grief, from denial and anger through bargaining and depression. As the first anniversary of the Boston marathon bombing approaches, the city is moving toward the final stage: acceptance.
Ask a runner what sets the Boston Marathon apart, and he or she will tell you it's a people's race. You run with a herd through a series of towns around Boston and finish downtown to the cheers of a jubilant mob.
BOSTON — This year's Boston Marathon will have a no-bags policy as part of stepped-up security after last year's deadly bombing, the Boston Athletic Assn. announced Wednesday.
Attorneys for suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will ask for leniency, arguing he was confused and following orders from his older brother.
Authorities say 264 people were injured in the April bombing. Not counted are the friends and family members who've seen their lives change too.
Tens of thousands of people donated money to the One Fund, the charity created by officials after the Boston Marathon bombings. Victims received get-well cards from around the country, as well as flowers and notes of encouragement from total strangers.