Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
Boston bombing victims recall attack as trial enters second day

As the second day of the Boston Marathon bombing trial got underway Thursday, more victims and witnesses took the stand to help the government present its case against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Jeffrey Bauman came to the Boston federal courtroom in shorts. He said it was more comfortable with his prosthetics. He had gone to the marathon to watch his girlfriend -- now his wife -- run. He lost both his legs above the knee and suffered burns on his back. “It was a beautiful day, watching all these runners,” he said. Suddenly a man bumped into him. “He was trying to make his way through the crowd. I looked at him. He just looked very suspicious. He was alone. He wasn’t...