Convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev must pay with his life for the suffering he unleashed at the race finish line two years ago, a federal jury
A Boston police officer who helped a transit police officer escape during a shootout after the Boston Marathon bombing last year has himself been shot and
A Boston Magazine cover of multi-hued sneakers shaped into a heart, framing the headline ¿We Will Finish the Race,¿ is drawing acclaim as a symbol of hope and recovery in the aftermath of the deadly marathon bombings.
A man who lost both legs in the Boston Marathon bombings described on Friday how he locked eyes with one of the suspected bombers minutes before the twin explosions took place near the finish line. ¿I was with my girlfriend¿s roommates and we were having a great time, you know, we were watching the runners. Everyone¿s having a great time. And just that one guy, he didn¿t look like he was having a good time,¿ Jeff Bauman told WEEI radio in Boston (93.7 FM).
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority officer Richard "Dic" Donohue Jr., of Woburn, Mass., is cracking jokes and recovering after getting shot in Boston.
Police photographer Sgt. Sean Murphy is facing an internal investigation after he released photos of suspected Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The FBI has found female DNA on at least one of the two pressure-cooker bombs detonated during the Boston Marathon, according to a law enforcement official.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev made his first public court appearance Wednesday, leaning over a microphone and repeating again and again in a Russian accent "not guilty."
A group of companies that design, manufacture and service orthotic and prosthetic devices has banded together to aid the Boston Marathon bombing victims.