The trial of James “Whitey” Bulger, 83, is just one day old and it already has a little of everything.
Jason Collins joins the Boston gay pride parade.
Erika Brannock, a schoolteacher, lost part of her left leg in the explosions.
Here’s to all the awesome things you’re leaving behind.
Three classmates of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have been arrested and charged in connection to the Boston Marathon bombing. Here’s what we know about them.
The Boston Police Dept. announced they have three additional suspects in custody. CBS is reporting they are students who harbored Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the days following the bombing.
A sea of blue filled MIT’s Briggs Field to pay respects to the officer who was slain last Thursday during the manhunt for the Boston bombers.
And probably make you want to donate to a great cause. Get your wallets ready.
It’s called “Nate Fights Terrorist” and the soundtrack is, of course, “America, Fuck Yeah!” Language NSFW.
Because even the smallest acts of support count.
Watertown’s David Henneberry needs $50,000 to fully restore the “Slipaway II.” A crowd-funded campaign is helping him get there.
Thank you Mr Terrorist. You have made us more united than ever before.
A collection of images from the past week that have shown us just how powerful the human spirit really is.
Boston strong. Thanks to the the street photography project Portraits of Boston, a diverse look at a resilient city — before and after the marathon bombings.
This exchange is so touching.
Five days to recover from both the run and the attack.
Yesterday’s standoff with marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev wasn’t the most exciting thing to ever happen in the Boston suburb — not by a long shot.
Good times never seemed so good.
An emotional Fenway Park was the place to be after Dzhokar Tsarnaev’s capture. David Ortiz gets an official pass.
The Red Sox put together a lovely and touching tribute before their first home game since the attacks.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is in custody and hospitalized. He’s been charged with conspiring to use weapons of mass destruction against persons and property in the U.S. resulting in death. [Last Updated: April 22, 1:38 p.m.]
In his weekly address, the president says lasting memory of Boston bombings will be “stories of heroism and kindness; resolve and resilience; generosity and love.”